College of Liberal Arts

University of Mississippi

Faculty Books 2017

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Who Belongs?
Race, Resources, and Tribal Citizenship in the Native South

By Mikaëla M. Adams, assistant professor of history

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From Slave Ship to Supermax: Mass Incarceration, Prisoner Abuse, and the New Neo-Slave Novel

Edited by Patrick Elliot Alexander, assistant professor of English and African American Studies

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Photography and Failure

Edited by Kris Belden-Adams, assistant professor of art and art history

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Storia e storiografia di Carlo Michelstaedter

Edited by Valerio Cappozzo, assistant professor of Italian, director of the Italian Program, and Medieval Studies affiliate

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Civil Rights, Culture Wars:
The Fight Over a Mississippi Textbook

By Charles W. Eagles, William F. Winter Professor of History

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The Potlikker Papers:
A Food History of the Modern South

By John T. Edge, director of the Southern Foodways Alliance

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Heating & Cooling:
52 Micro-Memoirs

By Beth Ann Fennelly, professor of English

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The Business Turn in American Religious History
Coedited by Darren Grem, assistant professor of history and Southern Studies

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Stripper in Wonderland:
Poems

By Derrick Harriell, assistant professor of English and African American Studies
and director of the MFA English program

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Approaches to Teaching the History of the English Language

Edited by Mary Hayes, associate professor of English,
and Allison Burkette,  associate professor of linguistics

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English and German Diction for Singers:
A Comparative Approach

By Amanda Johnston, associate professor of music

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Writing Program and Writing Center Collaborations:
Transcending Boundaries

Edited by Alice Johnston Myatt, assistant professor and assistant chair of writing and rhetoric, and Lynée Lewis Gaillet

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The Mississippi Encyclopedia

Edited by Ted Ownby, professor of history and director of Southern Studies; Charles Reagan Wilson, emeritus Kelly Gene Cook Chair of History and Southern Studies; Ann J. Abadie, emerita associate director of Southern Studies; Odie Lindsey (MA Southern Studies); James G. Thomas Jr., associate director for publications for Southern Studies

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Quantifying Expressions in the History of German:
Syntactic reanalysis and morphological change

By Dorian Roehrs and Christopher Sapp, associate professor of German and linguistics

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Clinical Perspectives on Meaning:
Positive and Existential Psychotherapy

Edited by Pninit Russo-Netzer, Stefan E. Schulenberg, professor of psychology and director of the University of Mississippi Clinical–Disaster Research Center, and Alexander Batthyany

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Are Racists Crazy?
How Prejudice, Racism, and Antisemitism Became Markers of Insanity

By James M. Thomas, associate professor of sociology

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Before Dred Scott:
Slavery and Legal Culture in the American Confluence, 1787–1857

By Anne Twitty, associate professor of history

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The Power of Belief:
Spiritual Landscapes of the Rural South

By David Wharton, assistant professor of Southern Studies and director of documentary studies, with an essay by Charles Reagan Wilson, professor emeritus of history and Southern Studies

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