New Studies in Southern History | Rowman & Littlefield
New Studies in Southern History
Books in the New Studies in Southern History series will focus on the history of the American South broadly defined. From the colonial period through the New South, the South has both been part of and apart from the American experience. Its nuanced and varied culture continues to attract some of the most influential scholarship in American, comparative, and regional history. Projects appropriate for the series, including monographs, edited essay collections, and edited historical texts, will bring a new perspective to different aspects of southern U.S. life and history.

Editor(s): John David Smith (jdsmith4@uncc.edu)
Staff editorial contact: Brian Hill (bhill@rowman.com)
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The Federal Theatre Project in the American South: The Carolina Playmakers and the Quest for American Drama
CECELIA MOORE
Lexington Books • November 2018 • Monograph
Race and Masculinity in Southern Memory: History of Richmond, Virginia’s Monument Avenue, 1948–1996
MATTHEW MACE BARBEE
Lexington Books • July 2017 • Monograph
Leisure, Plantations, and the Making of a New South: The Sporting Plantations of the South Carolina Lowcountry and Red Hills Region, 1900–1940
EDITED BY JULIA BROCK AND DANIEL VIVIAN - CONTRIBUTIONS BY JENNIFER BETSWORTH; JULIA BROCK; ROBIN BAUER KILGO; ...
Lexington Books • April 2017 • Monograph
George Galphin and the Transformation of the Georgia–South Carolina Backcountry
MICHAEL P. MORRIS
Lexington Books • November 2016 • Monograph
Racial Cleansing in Arkansas, 1883–1924: Politics, Land, Labor, and Criminality
GUY LANCASTER
Lexington Books • April 2016 • Monograph
Race, Gender, and Film Censorship in Virginia, 1922–1965
MELISSA OOTEN
Lexington Books • December 2014 • Monograph