Item Details

Reassessing the 1930s South

edited by Karen L. Cox and Sarah E. Gardner
Format
Book
Published
Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, [2018]
Language
English
ISBN
9780807169216, 0807169218, 9780807169223, 0807169226, 9780807169230
Contents
  • Unveiling black labor : Sterling Brown, Charles Johnson, and the Depression-era critique of the plantation myth / Steven Knepper
  • Time is the longest distance : Tennessee Williams, New Orleans tourism, and the long shadow of the 1930s / Anthony J. Stanonis
  • E.P. O'Donnell : a life in a handful of leaves / Bryan A. Giemza
  • From farm to factory: New Deal murals celebrating the Tennessee Valley Authority / Lisa Dorrill
  • Three dramatic southerners in Depression New York : Stark Young, Tennessee Williams, and Horton Foote / Robert W. Haynes
  • Driving southerners through the Great Depression / Douglas E. Thompson
  • A forward glance: TVA modernism and the regional designs of national progress / Ted Atkinson
  • We shall not be moved: Highlander Folk School's cultural radicalism in the Great Depression / Emily Senefeld
  • A fierce contest over images : Collier's Magazine and the fight against documentary reportage in Greene County, Georgia, during the Great Depression / Scott L. Matthews
  • Inside the farmhouse : Ruth Allen and Margaret Jarman Hagood confront rural realities / Rebecca Sharpless and Melissa Walker
  • Redlining Georgia / Ella Howard
  • Empire on parade : public representations of race at the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition / Nicholas Roland
  • Interracialism, socialism, and William R. Amberson's vision for the rural South / Robert Hunt Ferguson.
Description
vi, 261 pages ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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