Manners and Southern History



The Concept Of Southern Manners May Evoke Images Of Debutantes Being Introduced To Provincial Society Or It Might Conjure Thoughts Of The Humiliating Behavior White Supremacists Expected Of African Americans Under Jim Crow The Essays In Manners And Southern History Analyze These Topics And Scholars Here Investigate The Myriad Ways In Which Southerners From The Civil War Through The Civil Rights Movement Understood MannersContributors Write About Race, Gender, Power, And Change Essays Analyze The Ways Southern White Women Worried About How To Manage Anger During The Civil War, The Complexities Of Trying To Enforce Certain Codes Of Behavior Under Segregation, And The Controversy Of College Women S Dating Lives In The Raucous S Writers Study The Background And Meaning Of Mardi Gras Parades And Debutante Balls, The Selective Enforcement Of Antimiscegenation Laws, And Arguments Over The Form That Opposition To Desegregation Should Take Concluding Essays By Jane Dailey And John F Kasson Summarize And Critique The Other Articles And Offer A Broader Picture Of The Role That Manners Played In The Social History Of The SouthEssays By Catherine Clinton, Joseph Crespino, Jane Dailey, Lisa Lindquist Dorr, Anya Jabour, John F Kasson, Jennifer Ritterhouse, And Charles F Robinson IITed Ownby Teaches History And Southern Studies At The University Of MississippiManners and Southern History

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  • Hardcover
  • 169 pages
  • Manners and Southern History
  • Ted Ownby
  • English
  • 15 November 2017
  • 1578069793

10 thoughts on “Manners and Southern History

  1. says:

    This collection of essays considers the ways in which manners uphold or reinforce the social and political order in the nineteenth and twentieth century South Although the authors provide interesting avenues for exploring this question, one is left to wonder whether manners is the correct term to apply to the way people expressed or were coerced into expressing relationships between people of different races, classes, and genders.

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