Chicago dogs, deep dish pizza, nasal Midwestern accents, and sunny 50 degree days. Three of these things are […]

If you have received a tuition bill lately, or looked for a job in academia, you are bound […]

Edward Said, Orientalism, 1978 Edward Said’s seminal Orientalism is without a doubt a massively influential work that grad […]

Historians like almost nothing better than to find precedents in the past for supposedly new things.  “X is […]

A coalition of students, staff, faculty members and alumni of Georgia’s colleges and universities have signed a letter […]

In recent months, legislators in Georgia have aspired to imitate their peers in Arizona by passing a bill […]

The following are among the most thought-provoking papers from last week’s Southern American Studies Association conference at Georgia […]

The Southern American Studies Association will bring its conference to Georgia State University in Atlanta this week. Scholars […]