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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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Country Women Cope with Hard Times

A Collection of Oral Histories

Melissa Walker

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The Cow-Hunter

A Novel

Charles Hudson

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Creating and Contesting Carolina

Proprietary Era Histories

Michelle LeMaster

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The Cultural Economy of Falun Gong in China

A Rhetorical Perspective

Ming Xiao

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Dawn of Desegregation

J. A. De Laine and Briggs v. Elliott

Ophelia De Laine Gona

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The Day the Johnboat Went up the Mountain

Stories from My Twenty Years in South Carolina Maritime Archaeology

Carl Naylor

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Deadly Censorship

Murder, Honor, and Freedom of the Press

James Lowell Underwood

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A Delicate Balance

Constructing a Conservation Culture in the South Carolina Lowcountry

Angela C. Halfacre

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Democracy and Rhetoric

John Dewey on the Arts of Becoming

Nathan Crick

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