Current Issue

Volume LXXXVI, 2020, May, Number 2

The Intellectual Roots of the Lost Cause: Camaraderie and Confederate Memory in Civil War Prisons
By Timothy J. Williams

Desegregating Birmingham's Buses: African Americans' Protracted Struggle and White "Civil" Resistance
By Sarah Frohardt-Lane

Southern History in Periodicals, 2019: A Selected Bibliography

Annual Report of the Secretary-Treasurer
By Stephen Berry

Race Not Place: The Invasion, and Possible Retreat, of British Historians of the American South
By Stephen Tuck and Clive Webb

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Historical News and Notices

Upcoming Issue

Volume LXXXVI, 2020, August, Number 3

Field Hands, Cowboys, and Runaways: Enslaved People on Horseback in Texas's Planter-Herder Economy, 1835–1865
By Kyle Ainsworth

Fires on Shipboard: Sandbars, Salvage Fraud, and the Cotton Trade in New Orleans in the 1870s
By Bruce E. Baker

The Doubts of Their Fathers: The God Debate and the Conflict between African American Churches and Civil Rights Organizations between the World Wars
By Stephen Tuck

Book Reviews

Historical News and Notices

Past Issues

Volume I (1935)–Volume LXXX (2014)

Volume LXXXI (2015)

Volume LXXXII (2016)–Volume LXXXVI (2020)

Journal of Southern History, 1935–2015: A Categorized Bibliography (pdf)