College of Liberal Arts

University of Mississippi

Faculty Books 2014–2015

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Faulkner and Film

Edited by Peter Lurie and Ann J. Abadie, associate director emerita of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture

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Reconstructing Violence:
The Southern Rape Complex in Film and Literature
By Deborah E. Barker, professor of English

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Death Don’t Have No Mercy

By William Boyle, adjunct instructor of writing and rhetoric

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Blues Unlimited:
Essential Interviews from the Original Blues Magazine
Edited by Mark Camarigg, publications manager of Living Blues magazine, Bill Greensmith, and Mike Rowe

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In the Moment:
The Process of Training Actors

By Joe Turner Cantú, associate professor of theatre arts

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European Treasure:
A.H. Reed’s French & Italian Autograph Letters

By Valerio Cappozzo, assistant professor of Italian and director of the Italian Language Program

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Re-Imagining North Korea in International Politics

By Shine Choi, Korea Foundation visiting assistant professor
 of international studies, sociology and anthropology

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The Pride of the South 1928–2014:
The Ole Miss Band, A History

By Bill DeJournett, associate director of bands

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Gerhart Ladner and The Idea of Reform:
A Modern Historian’s Quest for Ancient and Medieval Truth

By Lester L. Field Jr., professor of history

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The Sociology of Human Rights

By Mark Frezzo, associate professor of sociology

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Muslims in Ireland:
Past and Present

By Vivian Ibrahim, Croft associate professor of history and international studies, Oliver Scharbrodt, Tuula Sakaranaho, Adil Hussain Khan, Yafa Shanneik

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Archaeological Perspectives on the Southern Appalachians:
A Multiscalar Approach

Edited by Maureen Meyers, assistant professor of anthropology, and Ramie A. Gougeon

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Ethics and the Elderly:
The Challenge of Long-Term Care

By Sarah M. Moses, assistant professor of religion

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Elvis Presley: A Southern Life

By Joel Williamson, Foreword by Ted Ownby, professor of history and director of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture

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The Midnight Court:
Eleven Versions of Merriman

By Gregory A. Schirmer, professor emeritus of English

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American Heathens:
The Politics of Identity in a Pagan Religious Movement

By Jennifer Snook, instructional assistant professor of sociology

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The Art of Olof Krans:
A Prairie Vision

By Esther Sparks Sprague, visiting assistant professor in art

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This Side of the River
By Jeffrey Stayton (PhD English ’06), instructor of English

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Scandal and Religious Identity in Early Stuart England
Cowritten by Isaac Stephens, assistant professor of history

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Conversations with Barry Hannah

Edited by James G. Thomas Jr., associate director for publications at the Center for the Study of Southern Culture

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Working to Laugh:
Assembling Difference in American Stand-Up Comedy Venues

By James M. Thomas, assistant professor of sociology

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Foodways and Daily Life in Medieval Anatolia: A New Social History

By Nicolas Trépanier, assistant professor of history

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Faulkner’s Geographies

Edited by Jay Watson, professor of English and Howry Professor of Faulkner Studies, and Ann J. Abadie, associate director emerita of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture

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Fifty Years After Faulkner

Edited by Jay Watson, professor of English and Howry Professor of Faulkner Studies, and Ann J. Abadie, associate director emerita of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture

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Uniting Mississippi

By Eric Thomas Weber, associate professor of public policy leadership
Foreword by Governor William Winter (BA history and political science ’43)

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Defensive Positions:
The Politics of Maritime Security in Tokugawa Japan

By Noell Wilson, Croft associate professor of history and international studies

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Acquaintance, Knowledge, and Logic:
New Essays on Bertrand Russell’s The Problems of Philosophy

Edited and introduction by Donovan Wishon, assistant professor of philosophy, and Bernard Linsky

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