Operations modified for COVID-19

The University of Mississippi is open for business. However, our operations have been modified to keep safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. If this is an urgent matter requiring immediate attention contact 662-915-5993.  For timely updates regarding the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs COVID-19 Guidance go here.

Living Blues magazine turns 50!

Today, Living Blues #266 (April/May 2020) publishes their special 50th Anniversary issue, and the largest issue in nearly a decade. For this issue they revisit 21 of the past cover artists to see where life and the blues have led them. The artists featured include Bobby Rush, Irma Thomas, Jimmy Johnson, Robert Cray, Lil’ Ed… Read More >

Olivia Terenzio provides transnational perspective on the relationships among food, nation, and racial formation

Congratulations to the first remote thesis defender  Written by Rebecca Lauck Cleary Rice and beans are staple foods for many cultures around the world. The combination makes up a complete protein, and is delicious and nutritious. Olivia Terenzio became interested in the subject of rice and beans after spending a few months in Brazil in… Read More >

Connecting with Children’s Book Festival authors

Originally, the Oxford Conference for the Book Children’s Book Festival was planned for Friday, March 27 as an opportunity for first-graders to meet Oge Mora and fifth-graders to meet Cassie Beasley. Although because of COVID-19 they can’t meet the authors in person, there are ways for young readers to connect online. Mora, who graduated from… Read More >

Southern Studies Remote Classes Begin

Written By Rebecca Lauck Cleary OXFORD, Miss. – This is a new era at the University of Mississippi and at the Center for the Study of Southern Culture. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all university classes have shifted to online delivery for the remainder of the spring semester. Katie McKee, the center’s director, said… Read More >

Please call ahead to visit us

Due to concerns about the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), please call 662-915-3372 or email us if you would like to visit the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at this time.

Oxford Conference for the Book canceled

The Oxford Conference for the Book will not take place on April 1-3, 2020 due to concerns about the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The conference is the longest-running event produced by the University of Mississippi’s Center for the Study of Southern Culture. “We are disappointed that we had to cancel the conference, but the health… Read More >