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We are no longer producing a physical catalog. However, we are more than happy to send you a printed copy of our Fall-Winter 2023-2024 catalog while supplies last.

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Megan Hines

Megan Hines is assistant professor of visual studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. She received her PhD in art history from Stony Brook University.

Bambi Moé

Bambi Moé spent twenty years working at Disney after which she founded and co-owned Courgette Records, a multi-Grammy-nominated independent record label. She also created and hosted a series called Composers ...

James F. Barnett Jr.

James F. Barnett Jr. is author of Beyond Control: The Mississippi River’s New Channel to the Gulf of Mexico; The Natchez Indians: A History to 1735; and Mississippi's American Indians, all published ...

Evelyn L. Wilson

Evelyn L. Wilson is former Horatio C. Thompson Endowed Professor of Law at Southern University Law Center. She is author of The Justices of the Supreme Court of Louisiana, 1865–1880 and Laws, Customs ...

Noah Saterstrom

Noah Saterstrom is a painter based in Nashville, Tennessee. He completed his MFA at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. His work explores intersections between family, memory, and southern histories. ...

Susan Tucker

Susan Tucker wrote Telling Memories among Southern Women, which remains a classic introduction to oral history and household employment. She is also author of City of Remembering: A History of Genealogy ...

Peggy Frankland

Peggy Frankland has served environmentalism in many capacities, notably as president of Calcasieu League for Environmental Action Now (CLEAN) in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

Through Jamaican Lenses

Born and raised on the island of Jamaica, Fern June Khan has valued and embraced Jamaica in each stage of her life. Despite the island’s economic and educational challenges during her youth, Khan’s ...