south: a scholarly journal

Edited by Sharon P. Holland, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Latest Issue: Volume 50, Number 2: Spring 2018

Bibliographic Information: ISSN: 2470-9506

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Table of Contents

Vol. 50, No. 2: Spring 2018
Special Issue: #southernsyllabus
Guest Edited by David A. Davis

#southernsyllabus: Teaching and Activism in Southern Studies
David A. Davis

An Experiment in Teaching OutKast and the Hip Hop South
Regina N. Bradley

Hands Up, Don’t Shoot: Teaching Black Lives Matter in Louisiana
Joanna Davis-McElligat

Training Gendered Whiteness: Teaching Thomas Dixon’s The Clansman after Charlottesville
Megan Finch

Why and How I Teach Southern Literature: A Work in Progress
Courtney George

Until Kingdom Comes: Teaching Martin Luther King’s Legacy in Argumentative Writing
Jennifer L. Hayes

Feminist Teacher Plays Possum
Jennie Lightweis-Goff

Black Activist Geographies: Teaching Whiteness as Territoriality on Campus
Heather Menefee

From Deep South to Freedom Highway: Some Thoughts on Teaching Southern Race in the United Kingdom
Owen Robinson

Particularity without Peculiarity: Teaching Southern History in Australia
Joshua Specht

Excavating the Roots beneath Our Feet in the Early American Survey Course
Matthew Teutsch

“Where I Come From It’s Like This”: The African American Lens and the Critical Role of the Local South in Teaching Social Justice
Terrence T. Tucker

Environmental Pedagogy, Activism, and Literature in the U.S. South
Zachary Vernon

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