Current Issue

Volume LXXXV, 2019, August, Number 3

Public Slaves and State Engineers: Modern Statecraft on Louisiana's Waterways, 1833–1861
By Aaron R. Hall

Segregation, Popular Culture, and the Southern Pastoral: The Spatial and Racial Politics of American Sheet Music, 1870–1900
By Colin L. Anderson

The Making of a Modern Feminist Vanguard, 1964–1973: Southern Women Whose Leadership Shaped the Movement and the Nation—A Synthetic Analysis
By Carol Giardina

Black Women and Black Power: A Review Essay on New Directions in Black Power Studies
By Christina Greene

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Historical News and Notices

Upcoming Issue

Volume LXXXV, 2019, November, Number 4

Cherokee Kings and Creek Kings: Intra-Indigenous Connections and Interactions in the Eighteenth-Century American South
By Bryan C. Rindfleisch

Black Autonomy, Red Cross Recovery, and White Backlash after the Great Sea Island Storm of 1893
By Caroline Grego

Anti-Japanese Sentiment, International Diplomacy, and the Texas Alien Land Law of 1921
By Brent M. S. Campney

Book Reviews

Book Notes

Historical News and Notices

Past Issues

Volume I (1935)–Volume LXXXV (2019)

Volume I (1935)–Volume LXXIX (2013)

Volume LXXX (2014)

Volume LXXXI (2015)

Volume LXXXII (2016)–Volume LXXXV (2019)

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