Scholars and students can access all 20 years of Southern Cultures materials for free through Project Muse. [http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/southern_cultures/]
With scholarly and thoughtful treatment of popular subjects, including the Civil War, Civil Rights, Art & Photography, Food, Music, Politics, Literature, Women & Gender, the Global South, and the Environment, Southern Cultures has become increasingly popular in classrooms.
To see what materials students and scholars have used in classrooms in years past, please visit our Classroom Favorites pages at http://southerncultures.org/classroom-favorites/.
To review the full list of subject categories available, please visit our Read By Subject page at http://southerncultures.org/read/read-by-subject/.
Thank you, and if Southern Cultures is on your syllabus, please do let us know.
Executive Editor, Southern Cultures
UNC Center for the Study of the American South
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Chapel Hill, NC 27599-9127
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