Julie Mujic

Julie Mujic

Assistant Professor
Position Type
- Present

Julie Mujic is a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Global Commerce program. Dr. Mujic earned a B.S. in Business from Indiana University-Bloomington’s Kelley School of Business with majors in Accounting and Operations Management. She then spent several years as a financial analyst with the Financial Management Program at General Electric before completing an M.A. and Ph.D. in History from Kent State University. She brings this blend of educational and professional experience into the classroom for Denison students. In the major, Dr. Mujic teaches GC101 Commerce & Society; GC211 War & Commerce; and GC250 Global Sport & Profit.

Dr. Mujic pursues an active research agenda that focuses on the historical impact of war on society. She is particularly focused on the Midwestern home front during the American Civil War, including the wartime role of the region as a global supplier of agricultural and manufactured goods. She also serves on the Westerville Public Library Board of Trustees and the Ohio Academy of History Executive Council.

B.S., Business, Indiana University-Bloomington: M.A and Ph.D, History, Kent State University



Recent publications:

  • “ ‘Now I Can Bear My Ills Patiently’: The Expanding Realm of Wisconsin Households during the Civil War,” in LeeAnn Whites and Lisa Tendrich Frank, eds., From Home Front to Battlefield: The Civil War as a Household War (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2019), 102-117
  • “ ‘We Are Setting the Terms Now’: Loyalty Rhetoric in Courtship,” in Robert M. Sandow, ed., Contested Loyalty: Debates over Patriotism in the Civil War North (New York: Fordham University Press, 2018), 107-136


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