Southern Dissent

Edited by Stanley Harrold, South Carolina State University and Randall M. Miller, Saint Joseph's University

Series Description:

A series that will explore and analyze the complexities of southern dissent on a broad, multi-ethnic plane. The series is designed to channel research in a variety of fields into a continuing re-evaluation of the role of dissent in the south and what constitutes a dissenting group in any given area at any given time.

For more Information:

Stanley Harrold
Department of History
South Carolina State University
300 College Avenue
Orangeburg, SC 29117


Randall M. Miller
Department of History
Saint Joseph's University
5600 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA, 19131-1395





There are 24 books in this series.


Please note that while you may order forthcoming books at any time, they will not be available for shipment until shortly before publication date

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The Changing South of Gene Patterson: Journalism and Civil Rights, 1960-1968

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Crowds and Soldiers in Revolutionary North Carolina: The Culture of Violence in Riot and War

Wayne Lee examines how a scoiety shapes, directs, restrains, understands, and reacts to violence, with particular attention to riot and war in 18th-century North Carolina.

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The Other South: Southern Dissenters in the Nineteenth Century

Degler argues that if one is to understand who southerners were and are today, southern dissent of the 19th century must be understood and appreciated, since those years shaped southern ideas, customs, and values. This book