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Democracy, Memory, And Methodology [Book Review], Elizabeth Maddock Dillon Oct 2013

Democracy, Memory, And Methodology [Book Review], Elizabeth Maddock Dillon

Elizabeth Maddock Dillon

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Book Review: Cumberland Island: Strong Women, Wild Horses, W. Bede Mitchell Aug 2013

Book Review: Cumberland Island: Strong Women, Wild Horses, W. Bede Mitchell

W. Bede Mitchell

Review of the book Cumberland Island: Strong Women, Wild Horses, by Charles Seabrook. Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair, 2002.


Book Review: Indigenous African Warfare, By Col. Festus Boahen Aboagye, Emmanuel Kotia Dec 2012

Book Review: Indigenous African Warfare, By Col. Festus Boahen Aboagye, Emmanuel Kotia

Emmanuel Wekem Kotia

A review of the book Indigenous African Warfare (Its Concept and Art in the Gold Coast, Asante and the Northern Territories, Up to the Early 1900s), by Colonel Festus Boahen Aboagye. Pretoria, South Africa: Ulinzi Africa Publishing Solutions.


Memory Of A Racist Past — Yazoo: Integration In A Deep-Southern Town By Willie Morris, Nick J. Sciullo Dec 2012

Memory Of A Racist Past — Yazoo: Integration In A Deep-Southern Town By Willie Morris, Nick J. Sciullo

Nick J. Sciullo

Willie Morris was in many ways larger than life. Born in Jackson, Mississippi, he moved with his family to Yazoo City, Mississippi at the age of six months. He attended and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin where his scathing editorials against racism in the South earned him the hatred of university officials. After graduation, he attended Oxford University on a Rhodes scholarship. He would join Harper’s Magazine in 1963, rising to become the youngest editor-in-chief in the magazine’s history. He remained at this post until 1971 when he resigned amid dropping ad sales and a ...