The Center partners with several academic presses to publish scholarly books on the American South.
Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha Series
Volumes in the Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha Series include papers presented during the annual Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha Conference held on the University of Mississippi campus since 1976.
Visit the University Press of Mississippi site to learn more about the series.
New Directions in Southern Studies
Charles Reagan Wilson, Series Editor
This series is devoted to opening new lines of analysis of the American South and to becoming a site for redefining Southern Studies through encouraging new interpretations of the region’s past and present experience. The series seeks works on the twentieth century that address the cultural dimensions of such areas as literature, music, art, folklife, documentary studies, race relations, gender, religion, ethnicity, the environment, language, and social class.
Visit the site of the University of North Carolina Press to learn more about this series.
Southern Foodways Alliance
Studies in Culture, People, and Places
John T. Edge, Series Editor
This series explores key themes and tensions in food studies—including race, class, gender, power, and the environment—on a macroscale and through the microstories of men and women who grow, prepare, and serve food. It presents a variety of voices, including those of scholars, journalists, and writers of creative nonfiction.
Visit the University of Georgia Press site to learn more about this series.