Please join us as we celebrate Southern Cultures's 20th anniversary with issue-release parties throughout the 2013-14 academic year. All events are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
The Spring 2014 issue...Read more
Loose Leaf takes Southern Cultures from print to multimedia, and from quarterly to monthly. Stay tuned for regular digital features that expand conversations started in our pages.
Our January installment features founding editor emeritus John Shelton Reed. The...Read more
Join us as we celebrate what has set Southern Cultures apart for 20 years—and what makes our future so bright!
Lebanese in Mississippi, Puerto Ricans in Orlando, Californians at Black Mountain, Tennesseans in Texas, and a bust of a South Carolinian that ended up in the NC Museum of Art. The Winter 2013 issue tells the stories of southerners far from home, making new homes where they land.
Our Fall 2013 issue features essays on the birth of photojournalism at Antietam, the struggle over history and memory in Confederate Veteran Magazine, a historian's-eye-view of Charleston's Secession Ball, poetry from the U.S. Poet Laureate, & more!
Read the South's stories in the words of the people who lived them with our signature interviews with writers, performers, artists, and activists.
We've collected them all on our Literature & Oral History subject page—and there's plenty more to come.
Over the last few years, 250,000 students, scholars, and fans from all over the globe have accessed our content hundreds of thousands of times: in print, online, and in eBook formats. See the Top 10 most-read essays—and compare them to your favorites!
Senegalese hip-hop? Hawaiian steel guitar? Elvis in the Outback? Beat and blues poets? You must be looking for the Spring 2013 Issue!
Read it in print, online through Project Muse, and on your Kindle, Nook, or Sony Reader.