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Friends & Partners

Tom Rankin of the Center for Doc Studies was the Guest Editor of the 2011 PHOTOGRAPHY issue.

Southern Cultures continues to enjoy generous support from dozens of organizations, instititutions, and companies that have enriched the content and reach of our publication. Numerous collaborative partnerships of all sizes enable Southern Cultures to continue its rapid international growth and to bring readers high-quality content in many formats.

The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke, the Southern Foodways Alliance, and the North Carolina Humanities Council have been of invaluable assistance with our recent Photography, Food, and Music issues. In fact, each of our Music issues involves multiple collaborations and relies on the benevolence of individuals and businesses—including labels like Merge Records.

We remain indebted to:

Acoustic Disc
Active Music
Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame
The Alan Lomax Archive
American Studies with American Studies International
Appalshop
Bear Family Records
Big Legal Mess Records
Black Warrior Review 
Bloodshot Revival
Bo’ Weavil Recordings
Brah Records
Brenda Records
Calhoun Master’s Lounge
Carolina Quarterly
Carrot Top Records
CaseQuarter
Churchkey Records
Curt’s Records
Devil Down Records
DixieFrog 
Dualtone Music Group
Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies
Durham Public Library
Dust-to-Digital
East Tennessee State University’s Center for Appalachian Studies and Services
Flying Fish
Folkstreams
The Georgia Review
Great Smoky Mountains Association
Hayti Heritage Center in Durham, NC
H-net Academic listserves
Holidays for Quince
Hometapes
Hummin’bird Records
Johns Hopkins University Press’s Project Muse
The Journal of the Civil War Era
Journal of the Early Republic
The Journal of Social History
The Journal of Southern History
Last Chance Records
Library of Congress
Living Blues 
Lucky Guitar Music
Merge Records
Mississippi Quarterly
Music Maker Relief Organization
No Quarter Records
North Carolina Humanities Council
North Carolina Literary Review
North Carolina Writers Network
Odessa Records
Old 97 Wrecords
Philadelphia Primitive
Pox world Empire
Puro Conjunto Records
The Rambler
Ramseur Records
RCR Records
Salisbury Street Recordings
SCOP Records
The Sewanee Review
Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee University Review
Signature Sounds
Sit-N-Spin Records
Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Social Forces
Southern Historical Association
Southern Jewish History
The Southern Literary Journal
The Southern Review
Strategy Records
Styx Records
Tex-Mex Records
Three Lobed Recordings
Tompkins Square
Twos & Fews/Drag City
The Virginia Quarterly Review
The University of Mississippi’s Center for Documentary Projects 
The University of Mississippi’s Center for the Study of Southern Culture
The University of Mississippi’s Southern Foodways Alliance 
The UNC Center for the Study of the American South’s Southern Oral History Program, Hutchins Lecture Series, Sounds of the South Awards, and Postdoctoral Fellowships
UNC Press
UNC’s Curriculum in Folklore
UNC’s Curriculum in Southern Studies
UNC’s Department of American Studies
UNC’s Department of English and Comparative Literature
UNC’s Department of History
UNC’s Department of Music 
UNC’s Department of Sociology
UNC’s Media Resource Center
UNC’s North Carolina Collection
UNC’s Southern Focus Polls
UNC’s Southern Folklife Collection
UNC’s Southern Historical Collection
Warren County Memorial Library
Washington Sound ASCAP
Yep Roc Records
307 Knox Records