Friday, July 28, 2017

Old Voices and New


New South Voices of the Southern Tradition by Brion McClanahan

Presented at the 2017 Abbeville Institute Summer School. As scholars dedicated to exploring what is true and valuable in the Southern tradition, we are most often drawn to the antebellum South and the early federal… »

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Robert Lewis Dabney: A Prophet for Our Own Times by Boyd Cathey

A number of years ago I became interested in the writings of the great Southern author and philosopher Robert Lewis Dabney (d. 1898). Dabney, if he is much known at all these days, is famous… »

You Are Deplorable by Clyde Wilson

Presented at the 2017 Abbeville Institute Summer School. You are deplorable. It is worse than that. If you are Southern or interested in the South you are the most deplorable of all the deplorables. There… »

Go Figure: Progressive Academics Misinterpret Southern Identity by Michael Potts

A Review of The Resilience of Southern Identity: Why the South Still Matters in the Minds of its People, by Christopher A. Cooper and H. Gibbs Knotts, Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press,… »

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