Category Archives: Southern Literature

Between the pages

By: Amy Chen, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow In September 2014, Wade Hall’s Library, an exhibition of Wade Hall’s extensive collection of books — a large portion are dedicated to Southern Literature — will be mounted in the Pearce Lobby of the … Continue reading

The Agrarians

By: Ellie Campbell, JD and University of Alabama MLIS graduate student In 1930, a group of self-designated “Twelve Southerners” published I’ll Take My Stand: the South and the Agrarian Tradition, a book of twelve essays defending what they perceived as Southern … Continue reading