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19.1

19.1

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A special issue on African American imagery and archetypes in Southern American culture. Contents: Race and Writing Art History (ed.); Southern Discomfort: African American Identity and the Southern Site in Post-Migration Art by Joyce Henri Robinson; Albert A. Smith's Plantation Melodies: The American South as Musical Heartland by Laural Weintraub; On the Cross of the South: The Scottsboro Boys as Vernacular Christs in 'Oh; I wish I was in the land of cotton' - Dixie Myths and Downhome Realities in Harlem Renaissance Illustration by Caroline Goeser; In the Heart of the Black Belt: Jacob Lawrence's Commission from Fortune to Paint the South by Patricia Hills; Field, Boll and Monument: Toward an Iconography of Cotton in African American Art by Julie L. McGee; Bearden's Country Still by Sharon Pruitt; Visualizing Culture: Art and the Sea Islands by Lisa Gail Collins; and Going Home to Get My Tombstone by Julia J. Norrell.