Frequency: Spring and Fall
Latest Issue: Volume 49, Number 2: Spring 2017
Size: 6 x 9, approximately 150 pages
Bibliographic Information: ISSN: 2470-9506
The first issue of south: a scholarly journal was published in 2016 featuring global and hemispheric comparative scholarship linking the American South to other Souths. South grew out of the Southern Literary Journal, which moved its editorial home in 2015 and took on a more interdisciplinary focus. Issues feature essays, interviews, and other eclectic scholarly work. For more information visit the south website.
Sharon P. Holland is associate chair of the Department of American Studies at UNC Chapel Hill. Holland is the author or editor of numerous books including Raising the Dead: Readings of Death and (Black) Subjectivity and The Erotic Life of Racism.
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Sharon P. Holland
Book Review Editor
James A. Crank
Digital Humanities Editor
C. Hugh Holman and Louis D. Rubin, Jr.
Michael P. Bibler, Louisiana State University
Elizabeth S. D. Engelhardt, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Bryan Giemza, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Sara E. Johnson, University of California San Diego
Robin D. G. Kelley, University of California Los Angeles
Ruth Salvaggio, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Mab Segrest, Connecticut College
Melanie Benson Taylor, Dartmouth College
Sophie White, University of Notre Dame
Table of Contents
Vol. XLIX, No. 2: Spring 2017
Editor’s Note: Elasticity
Sharon P. Holland
Crossroads and Memory in William Gay’s Provinces of Night
From Jilting to Jonquil: Katherine Anne Porter and Wendell Berry, Sustaining Connections, Re-engendering the Rural
Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire: A Global Perspective
A Polyphonic South: Tyina L. Steptoe on Houston’s Racial and Sonic Fluidity
Joseph M. Thompson
Timefulness and Now: 75 Years of Let Us Now Praise Famous Men
William C. Palmer
Dividing Lines: Kristalyn Marie Shefveland’s Anglo-Native Virginia: Trade, Conversion, and Indian Slavery in the Old Dominion, 1646–1722
Nicholas K. Mohlmann
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