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  • Southern History in Periodicals, 2016:A Selected Bibliography

This classified bibliography includes most scholarly articles in the field of southern history published in periodicals in 2016, except for descriptive or genealogical writings of primary interest to a restricted group of readers. If an article was published in a year other than 2016, the appropriate year is marked with a bracketed notation. Entries under each heading are arranged alphabetically by author.


The History of Black Girlhood: Recent Innovations and Future Directions [roundtable with Corinne T. Field, Tammy-Charelle Owens, Marcia Châtelain, LaKisha Simmons, Abosede George, and Rhian Keyse]. Jour. Hist. Childhood and Youth, v. 9, Fall, 383–401.

Acharya, Avidit, Matthew Blackwell, and Maya Sen. The Political Legacy of American Slavery. Jour. Pol., v. 78, July, 621–41.
Adler, Jeffrey S. “The Greatest Thrill I Get Is When I Hear a Criminal Say, ‘Yes, I Did It’”: Race and the Third Degree in New Orleans, 1920-1945. Law and Hist. Rev., v. 34, Feb., 1-44.
Anderson, James D., and Christopher M. Span. The Legacy of Slavery, Racism, and Contemporary Black Activism on Campus. Hist. Educ. Quar., v. 56, Nov., 646–56.
Baker, Houston A., JR. The Black Bottom Line: Reflections on Ferguson, Black Lives Matter, and White Male Violence in America. Am. Literary Hist., v. 28, Winter, 845–53.
BELL, KAREN COOK. Self-Emancipating Women, Civil War, and the Union Army in Southern Louisiana and Lowcountry Georgia, 1861–1865. Jour. Af. Am. Hist., v. 101, Winter-Spring, 1–22. Reverse Underground Railroad. Slavery and Abolition, v. 37, no. 4, pp. 661–79.
BERGIN, CATHY. “Unrest among the Negroes”: The African Blood Brotherhood and the Politics of Resistance. Race and Class, v. 57, Jan.-Mar., 45–58.
BONASTIA, CHRISTOPHER. Black Leadership and Outside Allies in Virginia Freedom Schools. Hist. Educ. Quar., v. 56, Nov., 532–59.
BONOMI, PATRICIA U. “Swarms of Negroes Comeing about My Door”: Black Christianity in Early Dutch and English North America. Jour. Am. Hist., v. 103, June, 34–58.
BOYD, MILLER W., III. “The Free People, Who Have Bought Themselves, Are Not Much Inclined to It, But the Others Are in Favor of It”: Patterns of Black [End Page 329] Enlistment in Civil War Missouri, 1863–1865. Mo. Hist. Rev., v. 111, Oct., 1–24.
BROMLEY, GARETH. Racial Frequencies: WANN Annapolis, Black Radio, and Civil Rights. Md. Hist. Mag., v. 110, Winter [2015], 518–31.
BROWN, KARIDA L. On the Participatory Archive: The Formation of the Eastern Kentucky African American Migration Project. Sou. Cult., v. 22, Spring, 113–27.
CAMPBELL, KRISTINA. The “New Selma” and the Old Selma: Arizona, Alabama, and the Immigration Civil Rights Movement in the Twenty-First Century. Jour. Am. Ethnic Hist., v. 35, Spring, 76–81.
CARROLL, CAROLYN A. The Integration of Sam Houston State Teachers College. Sou. Stud., v. 23, Spring-Summer, 80–94.
CHANEY, MICHAEL A. Signifying Marks and the “Not Counted” Inscriptions of Dave the Potter. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 72, Winter, 1–25.
CHARIANDY, DAVID. “Against the South”: The Mississippis of Black Writing in Canada. Global South, v. 9, Spring [2015], 62–69.
CLAVIN, MATTHEW J. Runaway Slave Advertisements in Antebellum Florida: A Retrospective. Fla. Hist. Quar., v. 94, Winter, 426–43.
COOKS, BRIDGET R., and GRAHAM ENG-WILMOT. Sound of the Break: Jazz and the Failures of Emancipation. Am. Quar., v. 68, June, 315–40.
COX, DAVID G. “Half Bacchanalian, Half Devout”: White Intellectuals, Black Folk Culture, and the “Negro Problem.” Am. Nineteenth Cent. Hist., v. 16, no. 3 [2015], 241–67.
DABNEY, EMMANUEL, BETH PARNICZA, and KEVIN M. LEVIN. Interpreting Race, Slavery, and United States Colored Troops at Civil War Battlefields. Civil War Hist., v. 62, June, 131–18.
DEBNAM, JEWELL C. Mary Moultrie, Naomi White, and the Women of the Charleston Hospital Workers’ Strike of 1969. Souls, v. 18, no. 1, pp. 59–79.


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