After the Lost Weekend of Spring 2020, American teachers, students, and parents look ahead to a period of prolonged and agonizing uncertainty.
The New South economy was more than a story of extractive industry and environmental declension, argues historian Will Bryan.
It’s been a slow news week here in Batavia, Ohio, the taint of America. Apparently the Mueller report (kind of, sort of) came out, and liberals everywhere achieved an unbelievable tantric orgasm nearly two years in the making.
Like The Andy Griffith Show, the near total absence of black characters on The Beverly Hillbillies made the show’s southernness more viable to its millions of viewers. It taught them that erasing was easier than confronting the weighty problem of white southern racism.
Following Dylann Roof’s use of a self-compiled archive of Charleston’s enslaved past to justify his June 2015 massacre […]
Quilting, for my family, is all but a lost art, passed down from the matriarch of each family […]
In the summer of 1977 a movie hit the multiplexes, twin cinemas, and dwindling drive-ins of America like […]
While the moonlight-and-magnolias myth of the Old South continues to persist, the region’s history actually is much more […]