Volume 54, Issue 1 July 2020

Volume 54, Issue 1July 2020 Message from SSSL’s President – Gina Caison I realize that this newsletter comes to your inboxes at an eventful time. Like many of you, I find myself vacillating between periods of overwhelming distress and moments of profound hope as...

Volume 53, Issue 2 February 2020

Volume 53, Issue 2 February 2020 “Beyond” Issue Editor’s Column Thinking Beyond By: Amy King This issue of the newsletter looks ahead to and “beyond” the Society’s biennial conference in Fayetteville, Arkansas, from 2-5 April 2020. Below, you will find our President’s...

Volume 53, Issue 1 June 2019

Volume 53, Issue 1June 2019Possibilities Issue Thinking Creatively and Acting Reflexively By: Amy King In this issue of the Society for the Study of Southern Literature’s newsletter, contributors highlight some features of the upcoming biennial conference, which will...

Volume 52, Issue 2 February 2019

Volume 52, Issue 2February 2019Change and New Beginnings Issue Change and Transparency By: Amy King and Andy Crank In last summer’s newsletter, we highlighted how SSSL was transitioning into new leadership—a new president, six executive council members, and a...

Volume 52, Issue 1 June 2018

Volume 52, Issue 1 June 2018 Transitions Issue Associate Professor of American literature and culture at the University of Alabama, James A. Crank is a National Humanities Center Summer Fellow and the co-host of the podcast “The Sound and the Furious.” His essays have...