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African Diaspora Material Culture
Launching in Spring 2012, this new series will document the tangible and intangible heritage of African Americans in the hemisphere in both traditional and nascent fields of study. Series editor: Jessica Harris, Associate Professor of English at Queens College, CUNY.
America's Third Coast
This series offers readers important insights into a timely discussion on restoring and rehabilitating the Louisiana Gulf Coast with the coastal population, for the first time, at the forefront of the nation's consciousness.
American Made Music Series
Explorations of music history, origins, development, and artists
Author and Artist
Exciting combinations from visual artists and writers
Reprints of classic works
Caribbean Studies Series
Examinations of the rich history, literature, politics, and culture of the islands and adjoining nations
Chancellor Porter L. Fortune Symposium in Southern History Series
Collections of essays from a singular scholarly event that annually treats a major theme in southern history
Children's Literature Association Series
Civil Rights in Mississippi Series
The Civil Rights in Mississippi Series features books written from the epicenter of the civil rights movement, documenting the struggles many African Americans and civil rights workers faced as they fought for an end to racial discrimination. The series focuses primarily on Mississippi during the 1960s, looking closely at the civil rights efforts of those years as well as important figures and events of the movement.
Conversations with Comic Artists Series
Collected interviews with groundbreaking comics and animation creators
Conversations with Filmmakers Series
Collected interviews with the world's most celebrated filmmakers
Conversations with Public Intellectuals
Collected interviews with key intellectuals of the 20th century
Critical Approaches to Comics Artists
Launching in 2015, this new series will feature edited volumes of original, multidisciplinary essays by established and emerging scholars on a major cartoonist or graphic novelist. First title: The Comics of Joe Sacco. Series editor: David M. Ball, Visiting Associate Professor of English, Princeton University.
Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha Series
Collections of essays documenting the work of the premier gathering in Faulkner scholarship
Folk Art and Artists Series
Explorations of the practice and meanings of visual folk expression
Folklife in the South
Explorations of the distinctive folklore and folkways of the South's geographic
Folklore Studies in a Multicultural World
Great Comics Artists Series
Critical assessments of the achievement and artistry of comics creators
Heritage of Mississippi Series
Histories of the state's diversity, artistry, and its struggles, and milestones
Hollywood Legends Series
Biographies of classic stars from the silver screen
Literary Conversations Series
Collected interviews with the world's most notable writers.
Margaret Walker Alexander Series in African American Studies
New perspectives on African American history, literature, art, and politics
Race, Rhetoric, and Media
Monographs and essay anthologies that explore the intersections among race, rhetoric, and media in cultural, political, and social discourse within the United States and its territories
Reading Faulkner Series
For teachers, students, and readers, supplements that explicate Faulkner's
context, lore, and intentions in his major works
Southern Icons Series
New editions of classic biographies and autobiographies by and about famous
Studies in Popular Culture Series
Perspectives on the influences and import of all aspects of popular culture
Launching in Spring 2011, this new series will collect interviews with producers, writers, and showrunners to extend and deepen the dialogue about a vital medium that is shaping visual and popular culture. First title: Conversations with Joss Whedon. Series editor: David Lavery, professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University.
The James Madison Carpenter Collection
Launching in Spring 2016, this multi-volume series will organize, present, and interpret the original materials from one of the most significant collections of ballads, songs, and folk drama (mummers' plays) made in Britain, and songs and tales from the US. The collection was created in the late 1920s to the early 1940s by James Madison Carpenter, a Mississippi native who earned his doctorate under George Lyman Kittredge at Harvard.
Understanding Health and Sickness Series
For those afflicted and for caretakers, guides to comprehension and treatment. This series is no longer actively acquired. No new titles will be added.
Willie Morris Books in Memoir and Biography
Biographies and autobiographies that explore all aspects of contemporary