Lowe, Richard 1942- (Richard G. Lowe)
Lowe, Richard 1942- (Richard G. Lowe)
Surname rhymes with "snow"; born July 5, 1942, in Eunice, LA; son of Grady B. (a wholesaler and banker) and Iris M. (a homemaker) Lowe; married Cheron Fontenot, July 22, 1962 (died May 3, 1989); married Kathy Mothersbaugh (a federal government manager), June 2, 1992; children: (first marriage) Kevin B., R. Christopher, Mark S. Ethnicity: "English/Scots-Irish." Education: University of Southwestern Louisiana (now University of Louisiana—Lafayette), B.A., 1964; Harvard University, A.M., 1965; University of Virginia, Ph.D., 1968.
Home—Denton, TX. Office—Department of History, University of North Texas, P.O. Box 310650, Denton, TX 76203; fax: 940-369-8838. E-mail—[email protected]
University of North Texas, Denton, assistant professor, 1968-72, associate professor, 1972-77, professor of history, 1977-94, Regents Professor, 1994—, varsity soccer coach, 1980-94. Also taught summer classes at University of Louisiana—Lafayette, 1965, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1967, University of Virginia, 1970, Tarrant County Junior College, 1979-80, and Cooke County Junior College, 1980; conference participant; consultant to historical sites and museums.
Society of Civil War Historians, Southern Historical Association, Virginia Historical Society, Texas State Historical Association, Louisiana Historical Association, Historical Society, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma.
Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1964-65, 1967-68; travel grant, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1991-92; Mellon Foundation fellow, Virginia Historical Society, 1992, 1993; Jefferson Davis Book Award, Museum of the Confederacy, 2005, for Talker's Texas Division, C.S.A.: Greyhounds of the Trans-Mississippi.
(Under name Richard G. Lowe; with Randolph B. Campbell) Wealth and Power in Antebellum Texas, Texas A&M University Press (College Station, TX), 1977.
(Under name Richard G. Lowe; with Randolph B. Campbell) Planters and Plain Folk: Agriculture in Antebellum Texas, Southern Methodist University Press (Dallas, TX), 1987.
Republicans and Reconstruction in Virginia, 1856-70, University Press of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA), 1991.
The Texas Overland Expedition of 1863, Ryan Place Publishers (Fort Worth, TX), 1996.
Talker's Texas Division, C.S.A.: Greyhounds of the Trans-Mississippi, Louisiana State University Press (Baton Rouge, LA), 2004.
Contributor to encyclopedias and other books, including The Governors of Virginia, 1860-1978, edited by Edward Younger and others, University Press of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA), 1982; The Human Tradition in the Civil War and Reconstruction, edited by Steven Woodworth, Scholarly Resources (Wilmington, DE), 2000; and Black Soldiers in Blue: African-American Troops in the Civil War Era, edited by John David Smith, University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill, NC), 2002. Coeditor of the book series "War and the Southwest," University of North Texas Press (Denton, TX), 1992—. Contributor of articles and reviews to history journals, including Civil War History, Journal of American History, Journal of Southern History, Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Red River Valley Historical Review, Virginia Cavalcade, Journal of Mississippi History, and William and Mary Quarterly. Editor, Military History of the West, 1988—.
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