James H. Thomason Library

SOST 205

Introduction to Southern Studies

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Chehaw Combahee Plantation by Wilson Henry Irvine

Wilson Henry Irvine (1869–1936)
Chehaw Combahee Plantation [n.d.]
Collection of:  Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA.

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The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture,  University of North Carolina Press, 2006-2011.

Main Level, Reference: R 975.00321 N42N

Vol.1: Religion

Vol.2: Geography

Vol.3: History

Vol.4: Myths, Manners, & Memory

Vol.5: Language

Vol.6: Ethnicity

Vol.7: Foodways

Vol.8: Environment

Vol.9: Literature

Vol.10: Law & Politics

Vol.11: Agriculture & Industry

Vol.12: Music

Vol.13: Gender

Vol.14: Folklife

Vol.15: Urbanization

Vol.16: Sports & Recreation

Vol.17: Education

Vol.18: Media



A Dictionary and Catalog of African American Folklife of the South, Sherman E. Pyatt and Alan Johns, Greenwood Press, 1999.

Main Level, Reference: R 398.089 P991D

Encyclopedia of Alabama [Alabama Humanities Foundation and Auburn University], 2008.  

A free, online reference resource on Alabama’s history, culture, geography, and natural environment.

Encyclopedia of Appalachia, Rudy Abramson and Jean Haskell, editors, Univ. of Tennessee Press, c2006.

Main Level, Reference: R 974.003 En19E 

Includes coverage of the Southern Appalachian region.

Encyclopedia of Folk, Country and Western Music. Irwin Stambler and Grelun Landon  St. Martin's Press, 1969. 

Main Level, Reference: R 781.773 St21E

Encyclopedia of North Carolina. William S. Powell, editor, Univ. of North Carolina Press, 2006. 
Main Level, Reference: R 975.6003 En19E

Encyclopedia of Religion in the South. 2nd ed. Samuel S. Hill and Charles H. Lippy, eds. Mercer U. Press, 2005. 

Main Level, Reference: R 200.975 En19E

Encyclopedia of Southern Literature, Mary Ellen Snodgrass, ABC-CLIO, 1997.  

Main Level, Reference: R 810.9975 Sn52E

The North Carolina Gazetteer:  A Dictionary of Tar Heel Places and their History. [EBSCO eBook Collection]. William S. Powell and Michael Hill. 2nd ed. University of North Carolina Press, 2010.

The New Georgia Encyclopedia [Georgia Humanities Council and the University of Georgia Press], 2004-2008.


An authoritative source on the people, places, events, and institutions of Georgia. The site contains nearly 2,000 articles and more than 5,000 images and audio and video clips on the history, culture, and life of the state. The NGE is a project of the Georgia Humanities Council in partnership with the University of Georgia Press, the University System of Georgia/GALILEO, and the Office of the Governor.

The South Carolina Encyclopedia, Walter Edgar, ed.  University of South Carolina Press, 2006.  

Main Level, Reference: R 975.7003 So87S

A joint effort by The Humanities CouncilSC, the USC Institute for Southern Studies, and the University of South Carolina Press, producing the first comprehensive reference source of the people, places, events, things, achievements and ideals that have contributed to the ongoing evolution of the Palmetto State. Includes some 2,200 entries, with hundreds of illustrations.


Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture [Tennessee Historical Society], 2002.

Online edition of the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture, with updated entries and additional material, cosponsored by the University of Tennessee Press and the Tennessee Historical Society.  Based upon the original print version of the encyclopedia, which was published by the Tennessee Historical Society.


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Dictionary of American Regional English, Belknap Press of Harvard U. Press, 1985-2002.
Main Level, Reference: R 427.973 D561D

Dictionary:  Southern Appalachian English
Authored by
Michael Montgomery, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English and Linguistics at the University of South Carolina in Columbia.

Mountain-ese: Basic Grammar for Appalachia, Aubrey Garber. Commonwealth Press, c1976.
Main Level, Reference:
R 427.974 G163M

Whistlin' Dixie: A Dictionary of Southern Expressions, Robert Hendrickson, Facts on File, 1993. 
Main Level, Reference:
R 427.975 H384H

You All Spoken Here. Roy Wilder, Jr., University of Georgia Press, 1998.
Main Level, Reference: R 427.975 W645Y



Oxford African American Studies Center [Oxford University Press]

Oxford African American Studies Center
A comprehensive online collection focusing on the lives and events which have shaped African American and African history and culture. This collection, edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. of Harvard University, includes 7,500 articles from core reference works, over 1,000 images, primary sources with specially written commentaries, and over 100 maps that have been collected to enhance the reference content. Also included are over 100 charts and tables offering information on demographics, government, politics, business, labor, education and the arts.
Includes indexing and content from the following print resources:
  • Africana
  • African American National Biography (much content available, but still under development)
  • Encyclopedia of African American History, 1619-1895
  • Encyclopedia of African American History, 1896 to the Present
  • Black Women in America, Second Edition
  • Concise Oxford Companion to African American Literature

Gale U.S. History in Context  [Gale Pub.]

Complete overview of the most-studied events, issues and current information in U.S. history including Primary Source Microfilm's digital archives with documents, monographs, pamphlets, first-person accounts, and more. Encyclopedic and critical articles, essays and biographies, full-text periodicals and scholarly history journals with links to digitized special collections and audio and video clips of historic speeches and events. Multimedia maps and images, country and era overviews, and chronological timelines for undergraduate audience. Includes the following titles and many more...

Includes content from the book series listed below, in addition to other print reference sources:
  American Decades
  American Eras
  Civil Rights in America: 1500-present
  Encyclopedia of African American Culture & History
  Violence in America


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The Companion to Southern Literature : Themes, Genres, Places, People, Movements, and Motifs. Joseph M. Flora and Lucinda H. MacKethan, editors; Louisiana State University Press, c2002.
Main Level, Reference:
R 810.9975 C738C


A Companion to the Literature and Culture of the American South. Richard Gray and Owen Robinson, editors, Blackwell Pub., 2004.

Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 810.9975 C738C


A Companion to the American South. John B. Boles, ed. Blackwell Pub., 2002.

Upper Level: 975 C738C

CONTENTS: The first Southerners : Indians of the early South -- Spanish and French exploration and colonization -- The English colonial South to 1750 -- The origins of slavery, 1619-1808 -- Understanding the South in the Revolutionary era, 1750-1789 -- The South in the new nation, 1790-1824 -- The plantation economy -- The maturation of slave society and culture -- Plain folk yeomanry in the antebellum South -- Religion in the pre-Civil War South -- Politics in the antebellum South -- Women in the old South -- Intellectual and cultural history of the old South -- Sectionalism and the secession crisis -- The Civil War : military and political aspects along with social, religious, gender, and slave perspectives -- Emancipation and its consequences -- Political reconstruction, 1865-1877 -- Economic consequences of the Civil War and Reconstruction -- Southern politics in the age of populism and progressivism : a historiographical essay -- The rise of Jim Crow, 1880-1920 -- Women in the post-Civil War South -- The discovery of Appalachia : regional revisionism as scholarly renaissance -- Religion in the American South since the Civil War -- Southern environmental history -- Labor relations in the industrializing South -- The impact of the New Deal and World War II on the South -- The civil rights movement -- The rise of the sunbelt : urbanization and industrialization -- The transformation of southern politics, 1954 to the present

Slavery in America (Gale Library of Daily Life series)
[Gale Virtual Reference Library] Orville Vernon Burton, editor. Gale Pub., 2008.

Divided into 4 major sections: The Middle Passage and Africa; The Business of Slavery; Work; Family & Community: Culture & Leisure.


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Gale Biography in Context   [Thomson/Gale]
Biography Resource Center includes biographies from Gale reference books and full-text articles from hundreds of periodicals. Search for people by name or personal facts [birth and death year, nationality, ethnicity, occupation or gender] or combine criteria to create a highly-targeted custom search.

Contemporary Southern Writers, Roger Matuz, ed.  St. James Press, 1999.
Main Level, Reference: R 810.9975 C767C2

Content also available online via Gale Biography in Context database.

Fifty Southern Writers after 1900: A Bio-bibliographical Sourcebook. Joseph M. Flora and Robert Bain, editors, Greenwood Press, 1987. 
Main Level, Reference: R 810.9975 F466F2

South Carolina Biographical Dictionary, Somerset Publishers, 2nd ed., 2000.
Main Level, Reference:
R 975.7092 So87S [2 vols]


Southern Writers: A New Biographical Dictionary.

Bryan Albin Giemza, Amber Vogel, and Joseph M. Flora.

LSU Press, 2006  [EBSCO eBook Academic Collection].



Also check THOMCAT for books on specific individuals--search as SUBJECT--- last name first.

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Humanities: Documenting Sources [Research and Documentation Online], Bedford/St. Martins, 2003.

Writing Center, Presbyterian College
Citation styles, writing guides, and scheduling an appointment with a tutor.


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Use THOMCAT, the online catalog, to locate books in Thomason Library. You can search by author, title, keyword, or subject.

  • Search for a person, as AUTHOR or SUBJECT, with last name, then first name:              
  Morrison, Toni [as AUTHOR]    
  Morrison, Toni [as SUBJECT]    
  Cash W J Wilbur Joseph 1900 1941 [as AUTHOR]    
  • SUBJECT searching requires use of Library of Congress subject headings. The terms below are examples of subject headings related to your topic:



  General subject headings
  Southern States--Civilization
  Southern States--Civilization-20th Century
  Southern States--Social conditions
  Southern States--History 1951
  Southern States--Race relations
  Southern States--Social life and customs
  Specific topics
  Southern States--In literature
  Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983 -- Biography
  Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983 -- Criticism and interpretation
  Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983. Glass menagerie
  Williams Tennessee 1911 1983--Streetcar Named Desire
  Civil Rights Movements--Southern States--History--20th Century
  Shape-note singing -- Southern States -- History and criticism
  Country music -- History and criticism
  Country music -- Southern States -- History and criticism
  Folk music -- Southern States -- History and criticism
  Segregation in transportation -- Alabama -- Montgomery
  Segregation in transportation -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- History -- 20th century
  English language -- Southern States -- Dictionaries
  Distilling, Illicit -- Virginia -- Franklin County -- History
Prohibition -- Southern States -- History



  Church music -- Southern States
  Musical groups -- South Carolina
  Music -- South Carolina -- History and criticism
  Rock music -- Social aspects -- Southern States.
  Country music -- History and criticism
  Popular music -- Southern States -- History and criticism.
  African Americans -- Music -- History and criticism
  Blues (Music) -- History and criticism
  Presley, Elvis, 1935-1977 -- Criticism and interpretation
  Shag (Dance)
  English language -- Southern States -- Dictionaries.
  Americanisms -- Southern States -- Dictionaries
  Montgomery Bus Boycott, Montgomery, Ala., 1955-1956
  Segregation in transportation -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- History -- 20th century
  Parks, Rosa, 1913-2005
  Distilling, Illicit.
  Distilling, Illicit -- Anecdotes
  Distilling, Illicit -- United States
  Distilling, Illicit -- North Carolina
  Distilling, Illicit -- Virginia -- Franklin County -- History
  Distilling industries -- Kentucky
  English Language--Dialects--Southern States
  English language -- Southern States -- Dictionaries.
  English language -- Southern States -- Encyclopedias
  Oral tradition--Southern States
  Young women -- United States -- Social life and customs.
  Young women -- United States -- Social life and customs.
  Young women -- South Carolina -- Social life and customs.
  Debutantes -- United States
  Debutante balls -- South Carolina -- Charlesto

Subject searching is an effective and precise method of searching the catalog, however, KEYWORD searching has benefits, also.

  • Try a KEYWORD search if you are unsure of the exact title or the correct subject heading to use. Search using two or three of the most significant words from the title or subject you are trying to find. Place phrases in "quotation marks."

  • Connect words with AND, OR, NOT to focus your search.
  • Try truncation at the end of a word stem to retrieve singular, plural, and other variations of the word.  Use an asterisk (*) to truncate from 1 to 5 characters. Use a double asterisk (**) to include word endings with an unlimited number of characters.
KEYWORD Searching Tips
KEYWORD Search Examples

Add * to the root of a word

to truncate or expand a term

(up to 5 additional characters)

  moonshine*=moonshine, moonshiner, moonshiners

Use a double asterisk**

in Thomcat & PASCALcat

to retrieve an unlimited number of letters


south** = south, southern, southerners, etc.

          religio**= religion, religions, religiosity,

                              religious, religiousness



Use AND between words

to narrow your search:
slave* AND narrative*

Use OR between words

to expand your search and
group OR words with parentheses:
(freedom OR emancipation) AND south

•Use quotation marks around a phrase
to search for the exact phrase

"Carter Family"

"kentucky bourbon"


muscadine* OR scuppernong*


"kentucky bourbon" OR "tennessee whiskey"

"country music" AND commercial*

music AND (southern image OR southern values)


    (New Orleans OR gulf coast) AND Katrina

(Gullah OR Geechee) AND (language* OR speech)

(language OR speech OR dialect*) AND south*



Try KEYWORD searching with THOMCAT, PASCAL Catalog, & journal article databases

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EBSCO eBook Collection

Approximatley 8,000 electronic books covering a vast array of topics and themes.


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ebrary eBook Collection 
Approximatley 70,000 electronic books covering a vast array of topics and themes.



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PASCAL Catalog

If you need books in addition to those found at Thomason Library, try your search here for books in other academic libraries in SC. Through PASCAL Delivers, you can order books online for delivery within 3-4 working days. This service for current PC students, faculty, and staff is a project of PASCAL- Partnership Among SC Academic Libraries. Borrowers will be notified by e-mail when requested items arrive at Thomason Library. Click here for searching and ordering tips.


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A catalog of books and materials at libraries worldwide. Try searching here to find ALL books available on a topic. Materials available at Thomason Library are highlighted and others can be borrowed through ILL or searched in the PASCAL Catalog.

Interlibrary Loan

ILL is available to PC students, faculty and staff in order to share resources between libraries. Click link for instructions.


Literature Resource Center[Thomson Gale]
Search the Contemporary Authors and Dictionary of Literary Biography databases, as well as full-text criticism from the Contemporary Literary Criticism Select database with one query. Contains full-text journal articles from more than 250 literary journals, critical essays, author biographies, and definitions of literary terms from Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature.



Academic Search Complete [EBSCO] 
The world's most valuable and comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database, with more than 8,500 full-text periodicals, including more than 7,300 peer-reviewed journals.

MLA International Bibliography  [EBSCOhost]
Use for literature and language topics. Indexes critical literary and language scholarship and provides access to journals and serials published worldwide, as well as books, essay collections, working papers, proceedings, dissertations, and bibliographies. Nearly 45,000 records are added annually.

An archive of over 350 full-text journals which can be searched at this site. Other PC databases link to JSTOR articles through Journal Finder, which guides the user to full-text articles. As an archive, JSTOR does not provide the most current three to five year issues of the journals as specified by the publishers in their agreements with JSTOR.

Project MUSE Basic Undergraduate Collection  
Current and recent volumes of 112 core journals in the humanities and social sciences.

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Atlanta Constitution Archive

Full-text & full-image articles from 1868-1945.

News - LexisNexis
Full-text U.S. & international newspapers, magazines, newsletters & journals.

Custom Newspapers

Over 100 full-text titles as well as selected news and business coverage provided by over 170 Knight-Ridder/Tribune News and Busniess News wire services.

The New York Times Archive [1851-2007]
Full-text & full-image of NYT articles with coverage from 1851 up to three years ago.

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Southern Exposure 

"The South is still unique, and we still share problems and strengths with the rest of the nation. We still believe that both the uniqueness and commonality need to be explored in ways that are honest and honest, ways that encourage creative means of strengthening the positive, sustaining traditions of the South: love of the land, self-reliance, community sharing, humor, and striving for social harmony in the face of prejudices based on sexual, racial, and economic differences.

As a magazine published by a grassroots group struggling for social change, Southern Exposure recognizes that journalism and activism are inseparable. We write about our region because we wish to understand it and, ultimately, to change it for the better. As journalists and activists, we seek to provide the diverse cultural groups in the South with the information, ideas, and historical understanding we all need to bring about lasting change.

We wish to dispel stereotypical images of the South and its people by documenting and participating in movements for social change that help all of us as Southerners gain greater control over our lives."

South Carolina Historical Magazine 

Founded in 1900, this journal remains the only scholarly periodical entirely devoted to the wide range of South Carolina history. Throughout its history, the Magazine has featured the finest interpretive articles, edited original documents, book reviews, manuscript reprints from the Society and other institutional collections, and descriptions of recent Society acquisitions.

Journal of Southern History

The Journal of Southern History, published by the Southern Historical Association, is a quarterly devoted to the history of the American South and is unrestricted as to chronological period, methodology, or southern historical topic. The Journal publishes refereed articles and solicited book reviews and book notes on all aspects of southern history.

Southern Cultures

Journal covering the history, politics, folklore, art, literature and social structure of the Southern U.S.

Mississippi Quarterly 

Presents articles, essays, and reviews in the humanities and social sciences dealing with the south, past and present.

Southern Literary Journal 

Published by the Univ. of North Carolina Press. Essays, literary criticism and reviews on all aspects of the American South.

Southern Quarterly 

The Southern Quarterly, an independent journal of the arts in the South published by the University of Southern Mississippi since 1962, is one of the first journals devoted to the interdisciplinary study of Southern culture.

Most issues of SoQ have a thematic focus, and special issues have been published on diverse topics such as: Hurricane Katrina, the African-American church, the texts of southern foods, country music, southern cemeteries, contemporary visual art, southern women playwrights, southern film, southern novelists on stage and screen. 

Examples of themed issues:

Winter 2007: Southern Food & Drink in History, Literature and Film

Winter 2008: All Y’all”: Southern Speech in Literature, History and Film

Spring 2006: Special Issue on Hurricane Katrina: Voices of the Storm  


SoQ issues and features devoted to individual southern artists include: Eudora Welty, Kate Chopin, Harry Crews, Erskine Caldwell, Elvis Presley, Lee Smith, Tennessee Williams, Conrad Aiken, and Walker Percy.


Documenting the American South

Mrs. Fannie Pound J.P. Moore Lydia Lawrence Training School for Wives and Mothers from The Church in the Southern Black Community Collection  The Deliverance by Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow from The Library of Southern Literature Collection  Fight or Buy Bonds: Third Liberty Loans by Howard Chandler Christy from the North Carolinians and the Great War Collection  Portrait of Frederick Douglass from the autobiography Life and Times of Frederick Douglass from The North American Slave Narratives Collection  Letter from the Robert March Hanes papers from the North Carolina Experience  Collectionprimary resources

University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill

Documenting the American South (DocSouth) is a digital publishing initiative that provides Internet access to texts, images, and audio files related to southern history, literature, and culture. Currently DocSouth includes ten thematic collections of books, diaries, posters, artifacts, letters, oral history interviews, and songs.

The University Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill sponsors Documenting the American South, and the texts and materials come primarily from its southern holdings.

First Person Narratives of the American South
[Documenting the American South, UNC-Chapel Hill; American Memry Project, Library of Congress]

First-Person Narratives of the American South" is a collection of diaries, autobiographies, memoirs, travel accounts, and ex-slave narratives written by Southerners. The majority of materials in this collection are written by those Southerners whose voices were less prominent in their time, including African Americans, women, enlisted men, laborers, and Native Americans

Southerners recorded their stories of these tumultuous times in print and in diaries and letters, but few first-person narratives, other than those written by the social and economic elite found their way into the national print culture. In this online collection, accounts of life on the farm or in the servants' quarters or in the cotton mill have priority over accounts of public lives and leading military battles. Each narrative offers a unique perspective on life in the South, and serves as an important primary resource for the study of the American South.


Collage or representative image


        Slave Narratives Header

Amanda Smith  Booker T. Washington  Title Page from A Narrative of Events Since the First of August, 1834, by James Williams 

Hallie Q. Brown  Portrait of Omar ibn Said 


North American Slave Narratives [Documenting the American South, UNC-Chapel Hill] 

This collection includes all the existing autobiographical narratives of fugitive and former slaves published as broadsides, pamphlets, or books in English up to 1920. Also included are many of the biographies of fugitive and former slaves and some significant fictionalized slave narratives published in English before 1920.

The Church in the Southern Black Community

Collects autobiographies, biographies, church documents, sermons, histories, encyclopedias, and other published materials. These texts present a collected history of the way Southern African Americans experienced and transformed Protestant Christianity into the central institution of community life. Coverage begins with white churches' conversion efforts, especially in the post-Revolutionary period, and depicts the tensions and contradictions between the egalitarian potential of evangelical Christianity and the realities of slavery. It focuses, through slave narratives and observations by other African American authors, on how the black community adapted evangelical Christianity, making it a metaphor for freedom, community, and personal survival.


The Church in the Southern Black Community Header

Bishop L.R. Holsey, D.D.  Banner Bible Band, Nashville, Tennessee  Religion So Sweet   New Zion Church in Bardstown, Kentucky  Jimmy Washington


American Slave Narratives: An Online Anthology 

University of Virginia - Works Progress Administration (WPA) narratives of former slaves gathered between 1936-1938.

Civil Rights Documentation Project: Oral History Transcripts.

University of Southern Mississippi.  Includes index.

Digital Library of Appalachia 

The Digital Library of Appalachia provides online access to archival and historical materials related to the culture of the southern and central Appalachian region. The contents of the DLA are drawn from special collections of Appalachian College Association member libraries.

Digital Library of Georgia

A gateway to Georgia's history and culture found in digitized books, manuscripts, photographs, government documents, newspapers, maps, audio, video, and other resources.

   The Digital Library of Georgia connects users to 500,000 digital objects in 105 collections from 60 institutions and 100 government agencies. Though this represents only a fraction of Georgia's cultural treasures, the Digital Library of Georgia continues to grow through its partnerships with libraries, archives, museums, government agencies, and allied organizations across the state.

   Based at the University of Georgia Libraries, the Digital Library of Georgia is an initiative of GALILEO, the state's virtual library.

Historical Census Browser [University of Virginia Library, U.S. Census of Population and Housing]
Browse selected census data from 1790-1970 by state. Data after 1830 includes economic, manufacturing, and agricultural information.

Mississippi Writers Page

A multi-faceted Internet Resource about writers in, from, or otherwise associated with the state of Mississippi. Presented by the Department of English at the University of Mississippi, it is designed both as an introduction to the diversity of literary talent in Mississippi and (we hope) as a source of accurate and timely information for the serious literary scholar. Parts of this web site are still under construction, but information continues to be added to the database.

   The heart of this web site are the Writer Listings, a collection of articles on each author detailing biographical information, a comprehensive list of published titles, various awards and honors, and a selected bibliography of additional resources. Also included are relevant World Wide Web links to other information sources on the Internet. Visitors to this site may browse the listings in a number of ways; you may access indexes to the individual articles sorted by authors' last names, by titles of published works, by year, by Mississippi places associated with those authors, and by genre. (description from Web page).

Southern Spaces

An interdisciplinary journal about regions, places, and cultures of the American South and their global connections.

Created at Emory University with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. A peer-reviewed internet journal and scholarly forum that provides open access to essays, gateways, events and conferences, interviews and performances, and annotated web links on real and imaginary places and spaces of the American South.

Areas of emphasis: Arts and Media; Economy and Social Class; Environment; Foodways, Traditions, and Rituals; Gender and Sexuality; Geographies; Health; History; Literature and Language; Music; Politics and Government; Race and Ethnicity; Religion; Social Movements; and Sports and Leisure.

 Southern Literary Review

The Southern Literary Review celebrates southern authors and their contributions to American literature.  We feature the classic writers who have defined southern literature, and we highlight emerging authors through interviews, profiles, and book reviews.


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