In honor of last month’s Southern Historical Association meeting, we are proud to present a lineup of titles in Southern History published by the University Press of Florida in the past year. We displayed these titles at our booth just a few weeks ago at the SHA meeting in Atlanta. The Year in Review: … Continue reading Southern Historical Association 2014
August marked a month of plentiful reviews across many magazines and journals. Find your next great read below, and see which books everyone's talking about! Discover America's favorite gourmet doughnut shops in an interview with Paul Mullins, author of Glazed America: A History of the Doughnut, in "Foodie Friday: The Rise and Rise of the Gourmet Doughnut" on the Berkshire Hathaway … Continue reading August Review Roundup: Donuts, Dance, and Disaster!
Now available! Nation within a Nation: The American South and the Federal Government Edited by Glenn Feldman “These essays show the complexity, hypocrisy, and, yes, perversion in this tortured relationship.”—Orville Vernon Burton, author of The Age of Lincoln From the Constitutional Convention to the Civil War to the civil rights movement, the South has exerted … Continue reading Nation within a Nation