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Reading Southern History : Essays on Interpreters and Interpretations.

Author: Glenn FeldmanJohn WhiteJunius P RodriguezKari A FredericksonAnthony Gene CareyAll authors
Publisher: Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, 2013.
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This collection of essays examines the contributions of some of the most notable interpreters of southern history and culture, furthering our understanding of the best historical work produced on the region. Historian Glenn Feldman gathers together a group of essays that examine the efforts of important scholars to discuss and define the South's distinctiveness. The volume includes 18 chapters on such notable  Read more...
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Feldman, Glenn
Reading Southern History : Essays on Interpreters and Interpretations
Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press,c2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Glenn Feldman; John White; Junius P Rodriguez; Kari A Frederickson; Anthony Gene Carey; Joe W Trotter; John Shelton Reed; Daniel Joseph Singal; Jacquelyn Dowd Hall; Judith N McArthur; David S Heidler; Jeanne T Heidler; Jean H Baker; James Oakes; Anastatia Sims; Ted Ownby; Bruce Clayton; John Herbert Roper
ISBN: 9780817313319 0817313311
OCLC Number: 866440498
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (389 p.)
Contents: Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Pursuit of Southern History --
Glenn Feldman; 1. Ulrich Bonnell Phillips and the Beginnings of Southern History --
Junius P. Rodriguez; 2. Broadus Mitchell: Economic Historian of the South --
Jacquelyn Dowd Hall; 3. E. Merton Coulter and the Political Culture of Southern Historiography --
Fred Arthur Bailey; 4. Frank L. Owsley's Plain Folk of the Old South after Fifty Years --
Anthony Gene Carrey; 5. W. E. B. Du Bois: Ambiguous Journey to the Black Working Class --
Joe W. Trotter 6. Rupert B. Vance: A Sociologist's View of the South --
John Shelton Reed and Daniel Joseph Singal7. Charles S. Sydnor's Quest for a Suitable Past --
Fred Arthur Bailey; 8. W. J. Cash: A Native Son Confronts the Past --
Bruce Clayton; 9. Defning "The South's Number One Problem": V. O. Key, Jr., and the Study of Twentieth-Century Southern Politics --
Kari Frederickson; 10. C. Vann Woodward, Southern Historian --
John Herbert Roper; 11. John Hope Franklin: Southern History in Black and White --
John White; 12. A. Elizabeth Taylor: Searching for Southern Suffragists --
Judith N. McArthur 13. David M. Potter: Lincoln, Abundance, and Sectional Crisis --
David S. Heidler and Jeanne T. Heidler14. David Herbert Donald: Southerner as Historian of the Nation --
Jean H. Baker; 15. Kenneth Stampp's Peculiar Reputation --
James Oakes; 16. Continuity and Change: George Brown Tindall and the Post-Reconstruction South --
Susan Youngblood Ashmore; 17. Anne Firor Scott: Writing Women into Southern History --
Anastatia Sims; 18. "Ethos Without Ethic": Samuel S. Hill and Southern Religious History --
Ted Ownby; Notes; Select Bibliography; Contributors; Index

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This collection of essays examines the contributions of some of the most notable interpreters of southern history and culture, furthering our understanding of the best historical work produced on the region. Historian Glenn Feldman gathers together a group of essays that examine the efforts of important scholars to discuss and define the South's distinctiveness. The volume includes 18 chapters on such notable historians as John Hope Franklin, Anne Firor Scott, Frank L. Owsley, W. J. Cash, and C. Vann Woodward, written by 19 different researchers, both senior hi.

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