NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE:
THE FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY READER
a compilation of classroom favorites
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Our theme issues, many of which include CDs or DVDs: Southern Food, Biography, Photography, Tobacco, Hurricane Katrina, the Civil Rights Movement, First Peoples, Environment, Southern Lives, and the Global South, as well as the ever-popular issues devoted entirely to Music in 2006, 2007, 2009, and 2010. 2011 brought theme issues on The Irish and Memory, as well as our 2nd on Photography and our 5th devoted entirely to Music. In 2012, special theme issues included our 2nd on Food and an election-year Politics Issue. 2013 kicks off with Global Southern Music, with an issue Remembering the Civil War on the way this Fall, and much more to come.
Our signature Interviews with famous Southerners: B.B. King, Pete Seeger, Alice Walker, Alex Haley, Eudora Welty, Walker Evans, Robert Penn Warren, Julian Bond, Son Thomas, William Christenberry, and many others.
A sampling of our authors, artists, and scholars: Doris Betts, David Cecelski, James C. Cobb, Peter Coclanis, Pat Conroy, Hal Crowther, Drew Gilpin Faust, William Ferris, Allan Gurganus, Sheldon Hackney, Trudier Harris,Fred Hobson, Doug Marlette, Melton McLaurin, Michael McFee, Robert Morgan, Michael O’Brien, Michael Parker,Tom Rankin, Shannon Ravenel, John Shelton Reed, Louis D. Rubin, Anne Firor Scott, David Sedaris, Peter Coclanis, Alan Shapiro, Bland Simpson, Lee Smith, Henry Taylor, Timothy Tyson, Charles Reagan Wilson, C. Vann Woodward, and many others, including the original letters of Zora Neale Hurston and William Faulkner.
“The rich array of photographs and graphics, and the sincere and effective attempt at readerly appeal, go well beyond what is attempted by most… Southern Cultures is truly impressive.” —Council of Editors of Learned Journals