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The new encyclopedia of Southern culture

Author: Charles Reagan Wilson; James G Thomas, Jr.; Ann J Abadie; University of Mississippi. Center for the Study of Southern Culture.
Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©2006-©2013.
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Volume 1: Religion. In this volume of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, contributors have revised entries from the original Encyclopedia on topics ranging from religious broadcasting to snake handling and added new entries on such topics as Asian religions, Latino religion, New Age religion, Islam, Native American religion, and social activism. With the contributions of more than 60 authorities in the
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New encyclopedia of Southern culture.
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c2006-
(OCoLC)605012634
Online version:
New encyclopedia of Southern culture.
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c2006-
(OCoLC)607581673
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Reagan Wilson; James G Thomas, Jr.; Ann J Abadie; University of Mississippi. Center for the Study of Southern Culture.
ISBN: 9780807830031 0807830038 9780807856741 0807856746 9780807830130 0807830135 9780807856819 0807856819 9780807830284 0807830283 9780807856918 0807856916 9780807830291 0807830291 9780807856925 0807856924 9780807831144 080783114X 9780807858066 0807858064 9780807831236 0807831239 9780807858233 0807858234 9780807831465 0807831468 9780807858400 0807858404 9780807831700 0807831700 9780807858561 0807858560 9780807831908 0807831905 9780807858752 0807858757 9780807832059 0807832057 9780807858844 0807858846 9780807832400 0807832405 9780807859094 0807859095 9780807832394 0807832391 9780807859087 0807859087 9780807832875 0807832871 9780807859483 0807859486 9780807833469 0807833460 9780807859896 0807859893 9780807833704 0807833703 9780807871393 0807871397 9780807834411 0807834416 9780807871737 0807871737 9780807834916 0807834912 9780807872017 0807872016 9780807834015 0807834017 9780807871430 0807871435 9780807835227 0807835226 9780807872161 0807872164 9780807835593 0807835595 9780807872321 0807872326 9780807837177 0807837172 9780807837184 0807837180 9780807837191 0807837199 9780807837207 0807837202 9780807834428 0807834424 9780807871744 0807871745 9781469607221 1469607220 9781469607238 1469607239
OCLC Number: 61703835
Notes: Rev. ed. of: Encyclopedia of Southern culture. 1991.
"Sponsored by The Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi."
Description: 24 v. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: v. 1. Religion / vol. ed. Samuel S. Hill --
v. 2. Geography / vol. ed. Richard Pillsbury --
v. 3. History / vol. ed. Charles Reagan Wilson --
v. 4. Myth, manners, and memory / vol. ed. Charles Reagan Wilson --
v. 5 Language / vol. ed. Michael Montgomery & Ellen Johnson --
v. 6 Ethnicity. vol. ed. Celeste Ray --
v. 7. Foodways / vol. ed. John T. Edge --
v. 8. Environment / vol. ed. Martin Melosi --
v. 9. Literature / vol. ed. M. Thomas Inge --
v. 10. Law & politics / vol. ed. James W. Ely Jr. & Bradley G. Bond --
v. 11. Agriculture & industry / vol. ed. Melissa Walker & James C. Cobb --
v. 12. Music / vol. ed. Bill Malone --
v. 13. Gender / vol. ed. Nancy Bercaw & Ted Ownby --
v. 14. Folklife / vol. ed. Glenn Hinson & William Ferris --
v. 15. Urbanization / vol. ed. Wanda Rushing --
v. 16. Sports & recreation / vol. ed. Harvey H. Jackson III --
v. 17. Education / vol. ed. Clarence L. Mohr --
v. 18. Media / vol. ed. Allison Graham & Sharon Montheith --
v. 19. Violence / vol. ed. Amy Louise Wood --
v. 20. Social class / vol. ed. Larry J. Griffin & Peggy G. Hargis --
v. 21. Art and architecture / vol. ed. Judith H. Bonner & Estill Curtis Pennington --
v. 22. Science and medicine / vol. ed. James G. Thomas, Jr. & Charles Reagan Wilson --
v. 23. Folk art / vol. ed. Carol Crown & Cheryl Rivers --
v. 24. Race / vol. ed. Thomas C. Holt & Laurie B. Green.
Other Titles: Encyclopedia of Southern culture.
Responsibility: Charles Reagan Wilson, general editor ; James G. Thomas Jr., managing editor ; Ann J. Abadie, associate editor.
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