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2006 Studies in American Culture - 29.1

Oct 2006 CoverArticles 

Rhetorics of Race and Freedom:The Expression of Woman’s Whiteness in Anti-Slavery ActivismMary Cathryn Cain 

The “Discipline of Work and Play” W.E.B. Du Bois, the New Negro Intelligentsia and the Culture of SportsDaniel Anderson 

Picturing Charlotte: An Introduction to Rosalie Gwathmey’s Photographs of African Americans in the 1940’sLili Corbus 

Designs of Identity and Images of American Boxing Tradition in Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom!Frank P. Fury 

“Shoot Quick, and Slow”: Southern Sporting Values, Mastery and Language in Faulkner’s Go Down, MosesSteven Knepper 

Special Feature: A Tribute to Larry Vonalt

The Dignity of Shelby Lee Adam’s “Disturbing” Family PhotographLarry Vonalt 


Reviews 

The Gullah People and Their African Heritage, by William Pollitzer
Varnell Badgett
 

Traveling South: Travel Narratives and the Construction of American Identity, by John D. CoxAnthony Szczeiul 

Funeral Festivals in America: Rituals for the Living, by Jacqueline S. ThursbyJean W. Cash 

“The Most Segregated City in America? City Planning and Civil Rights in Birmingham, 1920-1980, by Charles E. ConnerlyGeorge Hopkins 

Thomas Dixon Jr. and the Birth of Modern America, Edited by Michele K. Gillespie and Randal L. HallSylvia Cook 

The March of Spare Time: The Problem and Promise of Leisure in the Great Depression, by Susan CurrellSylvia Cook 

Faulkner and the Great Depression: Aesthetics, Ideology, and Cultural Politics, by Ted AtkinsonEdwin T. Arnold 

Politics and Religion in the White South, edited by Glenn FeldmanDavid Fillingim 

Electric Dreams: Computers in American Culture, by Ted FriedmanCurt Hartog 

Notes on Contributors

CoverShelby Lee Adams
Wasp (2005)