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Winter-Spring 2015, 68.1-2


  • “Blast South: Manifestos of Southern Vorticism,” Emerging Scholars Organization
  • “What’s Old about the New Southern Studies?,” Jennie Lightweis-Goff
  • “Southern Confection: Toward a Rubric of Anteliberalism,” Stephanie Rountree
  • “That ‘the Land Would One Day Be Free’: Reconciling Race and Region in African American and Southern Studies,” Jarvis C. McInnis
  • “From Bayou to Academe: A Story of Alliance Making,” Rain Prud’homme-Cranford
  • “Critical Ethnography and Pop Culture in the South,” Kelly Vines
  • “Plantation, Pulp, Trash: Approaching the Circum-South(s),” Amy K. King
  • “Looking Ugliness Square in the Face,” Monica Carol Miller
  • “The Anthropocene and the Future of Southern Studies,” Zackary Vernon
  • “Parsing the Pleasures of Southern Music Studies,” Alison Arant
  • “After Southern Critique,” Matthew Dischinger
  • "Response to the Emerging Scholars Roundtable," Jon Smith
  • “A Chinese Woman Writer’s American South,” Gang Zhou
  • “‘Ravel Out Into Time’: Phenomenology and Temporality in As I Lay Dying,” Zachary Tavlin
  • “Sutpen’s Sub-Design and Dual-Class Identification,” Erin A. Sweeney
  • “Slow Violence and the (Post)Southern Disaster Narrative in Hurston, Faulkner, and Beasts of the Southern Wild,” Daniel Spoth
  • “The Rhetoric of the Freak Show in Welty’s ‘Curtain of Green,’” Bill Solomon
  • “Launching Flannery O’Connor: The Rockefeller Foundation and a Literary Reputation,” Larry Schwartz
  • “Valerie Martin’s Property: A White Neoslave Narrative,” Stephanie Li
  • “The Most Horrific Tale: Reading Faulkner’s Sanctuary as a Teenage Horror Legend,” Casey Lee Kayser
  • “Myth as Therapy in Lee Smith’s Oral History,” Thomas Haddox
  • “‘Flounder, Flounder’: Doubling in Eudora Welty’s ‘Music From Spain,’” Paul Alexander Cantrell
  • “The Roof of a Southern Home: A Reimagined and Usable South in Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun,” William Murray

Book Reviews

  • Drawing the Line: The Father Reimagined in Faulkner, Wright, O’Connor, and Morrison, by Doreen Fowler. Reviewed by Lorie Watkins.
  • African American Haiku: Cultural Visions, edited by John Zheng. Reviewed by Felicia Mitchell.
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