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    • Poverty and Place in the Context of the American South 

      Baker, Regina Smalls (2015)
      In the United States, poverty has been historically higher and disproportionately concentrated in the American South. Despite this fact, much of the conventional poverty literature in the United States has focused on urban ...
    • Shackled in the Garden: Ecology and Race in American Plantation Cultures 

      Rusert, Britt Marie (2009)
      Even in our contemporary moment, the word plantation evokes a distinctly Southern and rural image in which slavery is well hidden within an idyllic botanical scene. And yet, from the very beginning of industrialization ...
    • Spectacles of American Liberalism: Narratives of Racial Im/posture 

      Gaines, Alisha Marie (2009)
      This project traces the seemingly improbable intersections between performances of blackness and the development and traces of an American liberalism defined by Gunnar Myrdal's overwhelmingly influential, sociological text, ...
    • State of HIV in the US Deep South 

      Reif, Susan; Safley, Donna; McAllaster, C; Wilson, Elena; Whetten, K (Journal of Community Health, 2017-02-28)
      The Southern United States has been disproportionately affected by HIV diagnoses and mortality. To inform efforts to effectively address HIV in the South, this manuscript synthesizes recent data on HIV epidemiology, care ...
    • State of HIV in the US Deep South. 

      Reif, Susan; Safley, Donna; McAllaster, Carolyn; Wilson, Elena; Whetten, Kathryn (J Community Health, 2017-02-28)
      The Southern United States has been disproportionately affected by HIV diagnoses and mortality. To inform efforts to effectively address HIV in the South, this manuscript synthesizes recent data on HIV epidemiology, care ...