We love to tell people about our project, and we love it even more when they spread the word. 

"Reenactress" partnered with the New-York Historical Society DiMenna Children's History Museum to put on Yes; Women Fought in the Civil War! a living history program dedicated entirely to representing military roles for women during the Civil War for Women's History Month. Check out the interview with "Reenactress" director J.R. Hardman on the museum's blog, History Detectives.


Atlanta-based photographer, Johnathon Kelso, featured "Reenactress" director J.R. Hardman outfitted as a Confederate private in a photographic series, "As God is My Witness," recounting his experience traveling through the American South to explore the lasting impact of Confederate heritage on southern history. This photo series has been displayed at various galleries and featured in The Bitter Southerner magazine.


J.R. Hardman was quoted in The Telegraph newspaper from Macon, GA, regarding a Confederate Memorial Day commemoration. 


"Reenactress" director J.R. Hardman contributed to the blog for the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in conjunction with the February 12, 2017, episode of PBS's Civil War series Mercy Street, which featured a female soldier character named Private Ames. Season 2, Episode 4: Southern Mercy, can be viewed on PBS's website.


A reporter from Racked.com followed the 53rd Georgia - Company K, and profiled "Reenactress" director J.R. Hardman at the recent Broxton Bridge event in Ehrhardt, SC.


A writeup on "Reenactress" appeared on the front page of NPR's Digital News site. Article by NPR History's Linton Weeks.


We were on the front page of the Atlanta Journal Constitution Living Section! 


You can also read our ACJ article here:



The "Reenactress" Kickstarter campaign and director, J.R. Hardman, were mentioned in this article about the California Historical Artillery Society in the Monterey Herald.


GirlTalkHQ, a daily news blog dedicated to female empowerment & inspiration for millennial women, wrote about "Reenactress."


Thanks to local Atlanta-area newspaper CrossRoadsNews for writing about our Kickstarter campaign. 


A blog post about our movie on The Raft: Wargaming Adventures series on Women Warriors by Thomas Brandstetter.


"Reenactress" was mentioned on Smithsonian.com in a short piece by contributor, Rachel Nuwer.


An updated version of The Toast article about women reenactors, featuring quotes from J.R. Hardman, "Reenactress" director, appeared on Slate.com. Check it out here:


"Reenactress" director, J.R. Hardman, and cinematographer, O.K. Keyes, were interviewed for an article on Cross-Dressing Reenactors that was featured in feminist blog, The Toast. Check out this great article by Leigh Stein:


"Reenactress" was featured in an article in the York Daily Record/Sunday News at Gettysburg: