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Other Souths Diversity and Difference in the U. S. South, Reconstruction to Present

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ISBN-10: 0820330523

ISBN-13: 9780820330525

Edition: 2008

Authors: Pippa Holloway

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Other Souths collects fifteen innovative essays that place issues of race, class, gender, ethnicity, and sexuality at the center of the narrative of southern history. Using a range of methodologies and approaches, contributing historians provide a fresh perspective to key events and move long-overlooked episodes into prominence. Within a chronological and event-driven framework the book covers well-recognized topics in American history: wars, reform efforts, social movements, and political milestones. Cultural topics are considered as well, including the development of consumer capitalism, the history of rock and roll, and the history of sport. The focus and organization of the essays…    
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Book details

Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Publication date: 6/25/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.452

Pippa Holloway is associate professor of history at Middle Tennessee State University.

"Sweet Dreams of Freedom": Freedwomen's Reconstruction of Life and Labor in Lowcountry South Carolina
Who Was John Henry? Railroad Construction, Southern Folklore, and the Birth of Rock and Roll
Gender, Race, and Itinerant Commerce in the Rural New South
Becoming "White": Race, Religion, and the Foundations of Syrian/Lebanese Ethnicity in the United States
The Politics of Southern Draft Resistance, 1917-1918: Class, Race, and Conscription in the Rural South
"Fighting Whiskey and Immorality" at Auburn: The Politics of Southern Football, 1919-1927
The Campaign for Racial Purity and the Erosion of Paternalism in Virginia, 1922-1930: "Nominally White, Biologically Mixed, and Legally Negro"
Spirited Youth or Fiends Incarnate: The Samarcand Arson Case and Female Adolescence in the American South
Winning the Peace: Georgia Veterans and the Struggle to Define the Political Legacy of World War II
"Nothing Else Matters But Sex": Cold War Narratives of Deviance and the Search for Lesbian Teachers in Florida, 1959-1963
"It Was Like All of Us Had Been Raped": Sexual Violence, Community Mobilization, and the African American Freedom Struggle
"An Oasis of Order": The Citadel, the 1960s, and the Vietnam Antiwar Movement
The Fickle Finger of Phosphate: Central Florida Air Pollution and the Failure of Environmental Policy, 1957-1970
The Politics of Race and Public Space: Desegregation, Privatization, and the Tax Revolt in Atlanta
Globalization, Latinization, and the Nuevo New South