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James H. Tuten <email@example.com>
The South; South Carolina; Cultuaral History --
Current research includes: Madeira wine in the South, the failure of rice culture in South Carolina 1877-1930.
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania 16652
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-SC
Reviewer for H-Rural
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
Ph.D. , History, May 2003
Dissertation: "Time and Tide: Cultural Changes and Continuities among the Rice Plantations of the Lowcountry, 1865-1930."
Dissertation Adviser: James L. Roark
Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
M.A., History, August 1992
Thesis Adviser: Paul D. Escott
College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
B.A. History and Fine Arts, May 1990
“Regulating the Poor in Alabama: The Jefferson County Poor Farm, 1885-1945,” in Before the New Deal: Social Welfare in the South, 1830-1930, ed. Elna C. Green, University of Georgia Press, 1999, 40-60.
Editorial “Strom Thurmond’s Long Racist Legacy” Providence Journal, Providence R.I., July 16, 2003
Review of Ecology of a Cracker Childhood by Janisse Ray (Milkweed Editions, 1999), in Environmental History, 8 (October 2003) 694-695.
Review of Black Rice by Judith Carney (Harvard University Press, 2001), in South Carolina Historical Magazine,103 (April 2002) 190-192.
Review of The Autobiography of Edward Isham, eds. Charles Bolton and Scott P. Culclasure (University of Georgia Press, 1998) in South Carolina Historical Magazine, 101 (October 2000): 342-344.
Review of A New Plantation South: Land, Labor, and Federal Favor in Twentieth Century Arkansas by Jeanne M. Whayne (University Press of Virginia, 1996), for H-Rural, May 1997.
Lead entries on “Hunting” and “Timber” and entires “Spanish Moss” “ACE Basin”, “ACE Basin NWR”, “Cooper River,” “Combahee-Salkahatchie River,” “Black River,” and “Waccamaw River” in Encyclopedia of South Carolina, University of South Carolina Press, forthcoming 2006.
“Rice Culture and Trade” in Dictionary of American History, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2002.
“F. Isadore Frehling,” “George A. Hormel,” and “David Burpee” in American National Biography, Oxford University Press, 1999.