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Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller is a high school English teacher in Arlington, Texas. She researches LGBTQ+ children’s picture books, digital culture, and subcultures. She is author of The Transformative Potential ...

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The University Press of Mississippi (UPM) invites applications for the full-time on-site position of Business Manager. The Business Manager oversees and coordinates ...

The Art Museum of the University of Memphis

The Art Museum of the University of Memphis was founded in 1981. Its collections include nineteenth- and twentieth-century works on paper, ancient Egyptian art and artifacts, and African traditional art ...

Stephen J. Lind

Stephen J. Lind, Lexington, Virginia, is assistant professor of business communication at Washington and Lee University. His work has appeared in scholarly journals such as ImageTexT, Journal of Religion ...

Carroll Cloar

One of the South’s most beloved painters, Carroll Cloar (1913-1993) worked daily from 1959 until his death in his home on South Greer Street in Memphis, Tennessee. His studio was lined with newspapers ...

S. Frederick Starr

S. Frederick Starr is chair of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at Johns Hopkins University. His previous writings on Louisiana culture include New Orleans Unmasqued (1989), Southern Comfort: The Garden ...

Nollie W. Hickman

Nollie W. Hickman (1912-1987) taught at Perkinston Junior College (now Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College) and Northeast Louisiana State College (now University of Louisiana at Monroe).

Women Pioneers of the Louisiana Environmental Movement

Women Pioneers of the Louisiana Environmental Movement provides a window into the passion and significance of thirty-eight committed individuals who led a grassroots movement in a socially conservative ...

City of Remembering

By Susan Tucker
Categories: Louisiana

City of Remembering represents a rich testament to the persistence of a passionate form of public history. In exploring one particular community of family historians in New Orleans, Susan Tucker reveals ...

What Became of Dr. Smith

By Noah Saterstrom
Edited by Megan Hines
Foreword by Betsy Bradley
Categories: Art And Architecture

Artist Noah Saterstrom (b. 1974) grew up aware of a mystery in his family’s story. No living relatives knew what had happened to his great-grandfather Dr. David Lawson (D. L.) Lemmon Smith, an optometrist ...