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by Gordon E. Harvey,Richard D. Starnes,Bailey Thompson,Andrew M Manis,Dan T. Carter,Brooks Blevins,Glenn Feldman

Author: Gordon E. Harvey,Richard D. Starnes,Bailey Thompson,Andrew M Manis,Dan T. Carter,Brooks Blevins,Glenn Feldman
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: University Alabama Press; 1St Edition edition (August 20, 2006)
Pages: 238 pages
Category: History
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Social and political history of the modern South

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Social and political history of the modern South. This collection of essays on the social and political history of the modern South consider the region’s poor. Two seasoned observers of southern history and culture-John Shelton Reed and Dan T. Carter-offer assessments of Flynt’s influence on the history profession as a whole and on the region of the South in particular.

By Gordon E. Harvey, Richard D. Starnes, Glenn Feldman He noted the tensions between scholars who become involved in public policy. Starnes, Glenn Feldman. In his 1992 presidential address to the American Historical Association, William E. Leuchtenberg explored the relationship of the historian and public engagement. He noted the tensions between scholars who become involved in public policy matters and those who choose to remain more isolated from contemporary concerns. Leuchtenberg found merit in both positions and concluded by encouraging historians to blend their scholarship and activism while at the same time cautioning them to maintain their analytical detachment.

Varying Form of Title: History & hope in the heart of Dixie. Publication, Distribution, et. Tuscaloosa Baptists and reform in North Carolina, 1900-1925, Richard D. Starnes The beginnings of interracialism : Macon, Georgia, in the 1930s, Andrew M. Manis Race, class, the Southern conference, and the beginning of the end of the New Deal coalition, Glenn Feldman "Wallaceism is an insidious and treacherous type of disease" : the 1970 Alabama gubernatorial election and the "Wallace freeze" on Alabama politics /.

Scholarship, Activism, and Wayne Flynt in the Modern South. by Bailey Thompson, Richard D. Starnes, Gordon E. Harvey, Andrew M Manis, Dan T. Carter, Glenn Feldman, Brooks Blevins, John Shelton Reed, Susan Y. Ashmore, Jeffrey Frederick, DeWayne Key. series Modern South. This collection of essays on the social and political history of the modern South consider the region’s poor, racial mores and race relations, economic opportunity, Protestant activism, political coalitions and interest groups, social justice, and progressive reform. History and Hope in the Heart of Dixie illuminates the dual role of historian and public advocate in modern America.

Baptists and reform in North Carolina, 1900-1925, Richard D. Starnes - The beginnings of. . In a time when the nation's eyes have been focused by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita onto the vulnerability and dire condition of poor people in the South. Starnes - The beginnings of interracialism : Macon, Georgia, in the 1930s, Andrew M. Manis - Race, class, the Southern conference, and the beginning of the end of the New Deal coalition, Glenn Feldman - "Wallaceism is an insidious and treacherous type of disease" : the 1970 Alabama gubernatorial election an. Personal Subject: Flynt, Wayne, 1940-. Flynt, Wayne, 1940- (OCoLC)fst01439454.

Responding to the example of Wayne Flynt, whose fierce devotion to his state of Alabama and its region has not blinded his recognition of the inequities and despair that define southern life for so many, the scholars assembled in this work present contributions to the themes Flynt so passionately explored in his own work.

Social and political history of the modern South. Responding to the example of Wayne Flynt, whose fierce devotion to his state of Alabama and its region has.

Their most recent publication is 'The Swamp: The Everglades, Florida, and the Politics of Paradise by Michael Grunwald'. Their most recent publication is 'The Swamp: The Everglades, Florida, and the Politics of Paradise by Michael Grunwald'. Skills and Expertise. by Gordon E. Published August 20, 2006 by University Alabama Press. Politics and government, Learning and scholarship, Political culture, Race relations, Religion and politics, Historians, Political aspects, Biography, History. Alabama, Southern States.

Gordon Harvey Professor of History and Head of the Department. Dr. Harvey is beginning a synthetic study of the 1970s South, tentatively entitled Dixie in the Age of Disco: The 1970s and the Rise of the Acceptable South. Apply to JSU Cost and Aid Visit Campus. Gordon Harvey is a graduate of Auburn University (. 1998) and the University of Alabama at Birmingham (. Harvey returned to his native Alabama in 2008, after teaching at the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) for nine years, and serving as Head of the ULM History Department for one year. Department of History.

Social and political history of the modern South.  This collection of essays on the social and political history of the modern South consider the region’s poor, racial mores and race relations, economic opportunity, Protestant activism, political coalitions and interest groups, social justice, and progressive reform.History and Hope in the Heart of Dixie illuminates the dual role of historian and public advocate in modern America. In a time when the nation’s eyes have been focused by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita onto the vulnerability and dire condition of poor people in the South, the applicability of research, teaching, and activism for this voiceless element seems all the more relevant. Responding to the example of Wayne Flynt, whose fierce devotion to his state of Alabama and its region has not blinded his recognition of the inequities and despair that define southern life for so many, the scholars assembled in this work present contributions to the themes Flynt so passionately explored in his own work. Two seasoned observers of southern history and culture—John Shelton Reed and Dan T. Carter—offer assessments of Flynt’s influence on the history profession as a whole and on the region of the South in particular.