Many Americans might assume that copyright is a simple equation: someone creates a work, and then they own […]

Even though I pride myself on being an American history buff, my knowledge of the Korean War had […]

This past April, I attended a local adaptation of En el tiempo de las mariposas (In the Time […]

Following Dylann Roof’s use of a self-compiled archive of Charleston’s enslaved past to justify his June 2015 massacre […]

Ray Padgett’s Cover Me gives the prestige treatment to the humblest of album afterthoughts and concert crowd pleasers:  […]

In Shadowboxing: Poems and Impersonations, Joseph Rios evokes the image of an imposing Rocky Balboa as he opens […]

Despite being a slim volume, Randa Jarrar’s remarkable collection, Him, Me, Muhammad Ali, manages to take readers on […]

University of Alabama historian Kari Frederickson’s new book offers a compelling and insightful account of the Savannah River Project, […]