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...

Volume 51, Issue 2 January 2018

Volume 51, Issue 2 January 2018 undead issue James A. Crank is an assistant professor of American literature and culture at the University of Alabama. Author of the forthcoming Understanding Randall Kenan, as well as Understanding Sam Shepard and editor of New...