South in Black and White

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Product Details
Price
$48.88
Publisher
University of North Carolina Press
Publish Date
Pages
232
Dimensions
5.82 X 0.62 X 9.3 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780807847770
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About the Author
McKay Jenkins holds degrees from Amherst College, Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism, and Princeton. He is the author of The Last Ridge, The White Death, and Bloody Falls of the Coppermine. A professor of English, journalism, and environmental humanities at the University of Delaware, McKay lives in Baltimore.
Reviews
"[This book] should be bought, discussed, argued about, and taught.

"Journal of Southern History""
An intelligent discussion of the way the subject of race has dominated white southern expression.

"The Journal of American History"
"He shows how issues of race are never that far from the surface in American books, and Southern ones in particular.

"Times Literary Supplement""
"This thoroughly researched book enters the contemporary literary and cultural discussion in an up-to-date, highly relevant fashion.

"Virginia Quarterly Review""
"Especially refreshing is the complexity of Jenkins's arguments, with their resistance to doctrinaire theoretical positions.

Louise Westling, University of Oregon"
ÝThis book¨ should be bought, discussed, argued about, and taught.

"Journal of Southern History"
He shows how issues of race are never that far from the surface in American books, and Southern ones in particular.

"Times Literary Supplement"
This thoroughly researched book enters the contemporary literary and cultural discussion in an up-to-date, highly relevant fashion.

"Virginia Quarterly Review"
Especially refreshing is the complexity of Jenkins's arguments, with their resistance to doctrinaire theoretical positions.

Louise Westling, University of Oregon
[This book] should be bought, discussed, argued about, and taught.

"Journal of Southern History"