Daniel T. Rodgers, Contested Truths: Keywords in American Politics since Independence This book is one that I suspected […]

As the combined impact of climate change and the sweltering plague known as Atlanta in August settles upon […]

When I was a kid, I thought Pinkard & Bowden were pretty funny. The comedy duo’s parodies of […]

The Old 321 Flea Market in Dallas, NC is now known as the I-85/321 Flea Market, even though […]

Capitalism, particularly over the past three decades, has become a “god” of American society, politics, economics and culture. […]

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 […]

So we’ve entered the second decade of the 21st century. Having just emerged from the Aughts (one can […]