Print Culture in the American South
Co-edited with Professor Sarah E. Gardner
Print Culture in the South is a significant new series addressing the region’s literary and historical past from the colonial era to the near present. Rooted in archival research, series monographs will embrace a wide range of analyses that, at their core, address engagement and interaction with print. Topics might center on format/genre—novels, pamphlets, periodicals, broadsides, small press and pamphlets, and illustrations; institutions—such as libraries, literary societies, and the book industry; or habits and practices—such as reading and writing, While the editors welcome studies of subjects that have traditionally interested scholars, we particularly encourage the submission of cutting edge research on race, gender, and marginalized subjects and groups.
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