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About the Contributors <& Editors Gavin James Campbell is a doctoral student in history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His dissertation topic is Atlanta's musical life in the early twentieth century. Andrew Doyle is assistant professor of history at Windirop University. He has published articles on the cultural history of southern college football in the InternationalJournal ofthe History ofSport, the Colby Quarterly, and theJournal ofSport History and served as special editor of the Fall 1997 issue of theJournal ofSport History. Pamela Qrundy is a doctoral candidate in history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She curated the Museum of the New South's 1 994 exhibition The Most Democratic Sport Basketballand Culture in the Central Piedmont, 189}—1994 and is currently completing a dissertation entided " 'The Conditions of Success:' Basketball, Education, and Social Change in North Carolina, 1893—1983." Fred Hobeon is professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is editor of the Southern Literary Studies series of the Louisiana State University Press, coeditor of the Southern LiteraryJournal, and coeditor of the forthcoming The Literature of theAmerican South: AnAnthology. His most recent book is Mencken: A IJfe. George Holt is currently director ofpublic programming at the North Carolina Museum of Art. From 1977 until 1993, he established and developed the Folklife Section of the North Carolina Arts Council. He later served as program director for the festival of southern music and dance that was held in association with the 1 996 Olympics in Adanta. James L Leloudis is associate professor of history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Leloudis is coauthor oíLike a Family: The Making ofa Southern Cotton Mill Worldand author ofSchooling the New South: Pedagogy, Self, andSociety in North Carolina, 1880—1920. He is coeditor for reviews for Southern Cultures. When not watching pro wrestling, Louis Kyriakoudes and Peter Coclanis ply their trade as historians. Kyriakoudes is an assistant professor at the University of Southern Mississippi and is revising his dissertation for publication as Country Comes to Town: The Sonai Origins ofthe Urban South, Nashville, Tennessee, 1890-19)0. Coclanis is George and Alice Welsh Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and author of The Shadow ofa Dream: Economic IJfe and Death in the South Carolina Low Country, 16JO-1920. Jerry Leath Mills was educated at the University of North Carolina and at Harvard. From 1965 until his retirement in 1997, he served on the faculty in English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was professor of English, editor ofStudies in Philology, and an associate editor of The Southern IÀteraryJournal. He is coeditor for reviews for Southern Cultures. John Shelton Reed recently returned from Cambridge University, where he spent 1996-97 as Pitt Professor ofAmerican History and Institutions and was a fellow of St Catharine's College. Among his recent books is 1001 Things Everyone ShouldKnow About the South, written with Dale Volberg Reed. He is coeditor of Southern Cultures. Harry L. Watson is professor of history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His most recent publication is Liberty and Power: The Politics ofjacksonian America. He is also coeditor of Southern Cultures. 141 ...

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ISSN
1534-1488
Print ISSN
1068-8218
Pages
p. 141
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-04
Open Access
No
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