The essays in this volume honor wyatt-brown and his work by using the concept of southern identities as a jumping-off point, examining a wide range of topics southern character explores quaker antislavery in virginia, lincoln’s sense of southern honor, white and black uses of voodoo, contemporary southern conservatives’ struggle for place, and the behavior of confederate women during sherman’s invasion.
The essays offer deep research and originality and, to boot, they revise and update bertram wyatt-brown's southern honor hats off to mayfield and hagstette for their fine writing, thoughtful organizing, and editing of this valuable collection--johanna nicol shields, professor emerita of history, university of alabama in huntsville.
Stanford libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Southern character : essays in honor of bertram wyatt-brown / edited by lisa tendrich frank and daniel kilbride foreword by stanley harrold and randall m miller. Southern character: essays in honor of bertram wyatt-brown the fifteen essays in this collection stem from a conference organized in 2005 in honor of bertram wyatt-brown, who held the milbauer chair in history at the university of florida from 1983 until his retirement in 2004.
Get this from a library southern character : essays in honor of bertram wyatt-brown [lisa tendrich frank daniel kilbride] -- essays examining the character of the southern gentleman, representing the works of historian bert wyatt-brown and stressing the plural--not monolithic--nature of the south-.