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University of South Carolina Press

Established in 1944, the University of South Carolina Press is one of the oldest publishing houses in the South and among the most respected in the Southeast. With more than 2,000 published books to its credit, 1,000 in print, and an average of 50 new books published annually, the Press is essential in enhancing the scholarly reputation and worldwide visibility of the University of South Carolina.


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Blessed Experiences

Genuinely Southern, Proudly Black

James E. Clyburn

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Blood and Bone

Truth and Reconciliation in a Southern Town

Jack Shuler

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Breast or Bottle?

Contemporary Controversies in Infant-Feeding Policy and Practice

Amy Koerber

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Burke in the Archives

Using the Past to Transform the Future of Burkean Studies

Dana Anderson

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By the Red Glare

A Novel

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Caissons Go Rolling Along

A Memoir of America in Post-World War I Germany

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Carolina Christmas

Archibald Rutledge's Enduring Holiday Stories

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Challengers to Duopoly

Why Third Parties Matter in American Two-Party Politics

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The Cigar Factory

A Novel of Charleston

Michele Moore

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