Monthly Archives: January 2013

Brief Notes on the Southern Historian and the Bow Tie

Brief Notes on the Southern Historian and the Bow Tie By Matthew C. Hulbert Anyone who has attended the annual meeting of the Southern Historical Association in recent years can honestly—though perhaps begrudgingly, depending on whom you ask—testify to the … Continue reading

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Reinhold Niebuhr and the American South by Blake Barton Renfro

Introduction: Guest Blog–Blake Barton Renfro In southern historical circles, the world traveling, cigar wielding, bourbon swigging gentleman known as Blake Barton Renfro hardly requires any such introduction. For the sake of consistency, we’ll give it a go anyway. JHW and … Continue reading

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