Current Issue

Volume LXXXIV, 2018, November, Number 4

Earnest Efforts to Be Friends: Teacher-Student Relationships in the Nineteenth-Century South
By Sylvia D. Hoffert

Localism and Nationalism in the City of the Dead: The Rural Cemetery Movement in the Antebellum South
By Joy M. Giguere

The "Culture of Unity" Meets Racial Solidarity: Race and Labor on the Mobile Waterfront, 1931–1938
By Robert H. Woodrum

Odell Smith, Teamsters Local 878, and Civil Rights Unionism in Little Rock, 1943–1965
By Michael Pierce

Book Reviews

Book Notes

Historical News and Notices

Upcoming Issue

Volume LXXXV, 2019, February, Number 1

The Southern Lady and the Northern Publishers: A Tumultuous Relationship
By Jane Turner Censer

The Nanziatticos and the Violence of the Archive: Land and Native Enslavement in Colonial Virginia
By Rebecca Anne Goetz

The First Wall of Separation between Church and State: Slavery and Disestablishment in Late-Eighteenth-Century Virginia
By Sarah Barringer Gordon

Criminal Amnesty, State Courts, and the Reach of Reconstruction
By David C. Williard

Book Reviews

Historical News and Notices

Past Issues

Volume I (1935)–Volume LXXXIV (2018)

Volume I (1935)–Volume LXXIX (2013)

Volume LXXX (2014)

Volume LXXXI (2015)

Volume LXXXII (2016)–Volume LXXXIV (2018)

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