restricted access   Volume 55, Number 1, Fall 2017

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

pp. 5-8


Three Williams and a Subversive Text: Collaboration, Communal Agency, and Resistant Identities in Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom (1860)

pp. 9-29

Repudiation and Redemption in Go Down, Moses: Accounting, Settling, Gaming the System, and Justice

pp. 30-54

"Art had almost left them": Les Cenelles Society of Arts and Letters, the Dillard Project, and the Legacy of Afro-Creole Arts in New Orleans*

pp. 55-71

Black Indians of New Orleans—"Won't Bow Down, Don't Know How"*

pp. 72-87

The Nation's Bioregion: The South in Pare Lorentz's The River

pp. 88-103


An Interview with Kelly Vuyovich

pp. 104-119

An Interview with William Ferris

pp. 120-135

An Interview with Sterling D. Plumpp

pp. 136-158

Photo Essay

A Photo Essay of the Early History of Barq's Root Beer

pp. 159-179

A Select Bibliography on the History of Barq's Root Beer

pp. 180-183

Book Reviews

Southern Photography and Literature: Refocusing the Lens

pp. 184-192

Conversations with Sterling Plumpp ed. by John Zheng (review)

pp. 193-196


A Land and a Legacy: A Poem in Three Parts

pp. 198-202


p. 203

God Comes to Redemption, Mississippi

p. 204

1963: Birmingham and Harlem

pp. 205-207

The 400-Meter Heat*

pp. 208-209

Notes on Contributors:

pp. 210-211