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Summer-Fall 2010, 63.3-4

Special Issue: The South in Film
Special Section: Hurricane Katrina

  • "Jerry T. Williams, 1924-2010," Robert L. Phillips
  • "James Gray Watson, 1939-2010," Ruth D. Weston, Thomas Bonner, Jr.
  • "Forging Florida's Sun Screen: Architecture, Film, Orientalism, and the Settling of America's Final Frontier," Christina Lane
  • "I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang! and the Materiality of Southern Depravity," David A. Davis
  • "The View from the Porch: Race and the Limits of Empathy in the Film To Kill a Mockingbird," Rachel Watson
  • "Baptizing Boo: Religion in the Cinematic Southern Gothic," Brad Shaw
  • "Memory and the Phantom South in African American Migration Film," Jeannine King
  • "How Dixie Waltzed with Matilda: The Influence on Australia of Cinematic Images of the South," Bruce Dennett
  • "Eastern Blues, Southern Comforts: Searching for Heimat on the Bayous," Nick Hodgin
  • "'They're Trying to Wash Us Away': Revisiting Faulkner's If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem [The Wild Palms] and Wright's 'Down by the Riverside' After the Flood," Anthony Hoefer
  • "The Southern Disaster Complex," Robert Jackson
  • "At Lafayette School after Hurricane Katrina: An American Ghost Story," Dietmar Felber
  • "Postcards from New Orleans," Sheryl St. Germain
  • "Johnson Jones Hooper's Dog and Gun: A Forgotten Sporting Classic," Jacob Rivers
  • "Beyond the Pale: Poor Whites as Uncontrolled Social Contagion in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Dred," Allison L. Hurst
  • "Sherwood Anderson's Beyond Desire and the Industrial South," Celia Esplugas
  • "The Pickup Truck in the Garden: Larry Brown's Joe," Christopher Rieger
  • "Making Sense of the Lunacy: Synesthesia, Paratextual Documents and Thoughtless Memory in John Dufresne's Deep in the Shade of Paradise," Laura M. Nicosia
  • "A Conversation with Madison and Shailah Jones," Jewel Spears Brooker and Caitlin Meehan-Draper
Review Essay
  • "Breaking the Silence: Natasha Trethewey's Beyond Katrina," Lorie Watkins Fulton
Book Reviews
  • George Hovis, Vale of Humility: Plain Folk in Contemporary North Carolina Fiction, reviewed by Erica Abrams Locklear
  • Matt Wray, Not Quite White: White Trash and the Boundaries of Whiteness, reviewed by Johanna M. Wagner
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