Most of the research on the South ties the region to the North, emphasizing racial binaries and outdated geographical boundaries, but The American South and the Atlantic World seeks a larger context. Helping to define “New” Southern studies, this book?the first of its kind?explores how the cultures, contacts, and economies of the Atlantic World shaped the South.
|Place of Publication||Gainesville|
|Publisher||University Press of Florida|
|Number of pages||272|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|