Edited by Martyn Bone, Brian Ward, and William A. Link
Pub Date: 11/7/2019
The contributors emphasize how narratives and images of "the South" have real social, political, and economic ramifications, and that they register at various local, regional, national, and transnational scales.
By highlighting the cooperation that occurred between progressive activists from the Popular Front to the 1960s, Swindall adds to our understanding of the intergenerational nature of civil rights and anticolonial organizing.
Edited by Brian Ward, Martyn Bone and William A. Link
Pub Date: 5/14/2013
This book focuses explicitly on how contacts with the peoples, cultures, ideas, and economies of the Atlantic World have decisively shaped the history and culture of the American South from colonial times to the modern era.
In her debut book, Zoe Colley does what no historian has done before by following civil rights activists inside the southern jails and prisons to explore their
treatment and the different responses that civil rights organizations had to mass
arrest and imprisonment.