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The Southern Quarterly
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The University of Southern Mississippi
Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001

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Volumes 1 through 49 (Fall 1962 through Summer 2012) are $10.00 each issue which includes shipping and handling.

Volumes 50.1 through 50.4 (Fall 2012 through Summer 2013) are now $15.00 each issue which includes shipping and handling.

Available issues are listed in the table below. Issues listed as "sold out" may be obtained from University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.


Volumes 1 through 35 (Fall 1962 through Summer 1997) Back to Top

Volume
Number
Date/Title
Inventory #s
1-16
1,2,3,4
General Issues
Sold Out
17
1
(Fall 1978) General Issue
10
17
2
(Winter 1979) Art and Feminism
Sold Out
17
3-4
(Spring-Summer 1979) Sense of Place*
7
18
1
(Fall 1979) Elvis: Images and Fantasies*
5
18
2
(Winter 1980) General Issue
10
18
3
(Spring 1980) Walker Percy*
7
18
4
(Summer 1980) The Grandissimes*
4
19
1
(Fall 1980) Small Town*
Sold Out
19
2
(Winter 1981) General Issue
9
19
3-4
(Spring-Summer 1981) The South and Film
3
20
1
(Fall 1981) General Issue
13
20
2
(Winter 1982) Art and Culture in 19th Century New Orleans*
Sold Out
20
3
(Spring 1982) General Issue
11
20
4
(Summer 1982) Eudora Welty Feature
8
21
1
(Fall 1982) Conrad Aiken's Prose
4
21
2
(Winter 1983) General Issue
10
21
3
(Spring 1983) General Issue
11
21
4
(Summer 1983) Contemporary Southern Writers I*
8
22
1
(Fall 1983) Contemporary Southern Writers II*
5
22
2
(Winter 1984) General Issue
12
22
3
(Spring 1984) Country Music: Tradition and the Individual Talent
Sold Out
22
4
(Summer 1984) General Issue
17
23
1
(Fall 1984) Feature: Louisiana and Film
Sold Out
23
2
(Winter 1985) Features: Tennessee Williams, James Branch Cabbell
Sold Out
23
3
(Spring 1985) Black Church: Rituals and Aesthetics
6
23
4
(Summer 1985) Features: Ellen Glasgow, Walker Percy
7
24
1-2
(Fall-Winter 1986) Art and Artists: From a Southern Point of View
7
24
3
(Spring 1986) General Issue
9
24
4
(Summer 1986) Stark Young
Sold Out
25
1
(Fall 1986) Southern Art and Artists
9
25
2
(Winter 1987) General Issue
7
25
3
(Spring 1987) Southern Women Playwrights
5
25
4
(Summer 1987) Contemporary Theatre
10
26
1
(Fall 1987) The Arts in the South
9
26
2
(Winter 1988) General Issue
7
26
3
(Spring 1988) General Issue
4
26
4
(Summer 1988) General Issue
7
27
1
(Fall 1988) Clothing and Textiles in the Nineteenth-Century South
5
27
2
(Winter 1989) Feature: Music, Art and Publishing in Nineteenth Century New Orleans
5
27
3
(Spring 1989) Erskine Caldwell*
4
27
4
(Summer 1989) General Issue
9
28
1
(Fall 1989) Visual Arts in the South**
Sold Out
28
2
(Winter 1990) General Issue
8
28
3
(Spring 1990) Caroline Gordon
6
28
4
(Summer 1990) Evelyn Scott
6
29
1
(Fall 1990) General Issue**
6
29
2
(Winter 1991) General Issue
7
29
3
(Spring 1991) General Issue
7
29
4
(Summer 1991) Natchez Literary Celebration
7
30
1
(Fall 1991) In the South: Questions of Identity**
28
30
2-3
(Winter-Spring 1992) Texts of Southern Food
4
30
4
(Summer 1992) Cormac McCarthy*
Sold Out
31
1
(Fall 1992) Feature: Anne Tyler*
4
31
2
(Winter 1993) Southern Cemeteries
Sold Out
31
3
(Spring 1993) Feature: Katherine Anne Porter
Sold Out
31
4
(Summer 1993) Robert Penn Warren
Sold Out
32
1
(Fall 1993) The World of Eudora Welty**
9
32
2
(Winter 1994) Feature: Lee Smith
17
32
3
(Spring 1994) Interviews with Southern Writers, Artists and Filmmakers
Sold Out
32
4
(Summer 1994) Feature: Images of the South: Myths and Other Realities
Sold Out
33
1
(Fall 1994) Feature: Women and Men**
20
33
2-3
(Winter-Spring 1995) Southern Novelists on Stage and Screen
12
33
4
(Summer 1995) Ellen Douglas
Sold Out
34
1
(Fall 1995) General Issue**
Sold Out
34
2
(Winter 1996) General Issue
16
34
3
(Spring 1996) Southern Head Trips
Sold Out
34
4
(Summer 1996) Domestic Fictions
Sold Out
35
1
(Fall 1996) The Garden South**
58
35
2
(Winter 1997) Elizabeth Spencer
16
35
3
(Spring 1997) Race and Ethnicity
6
35
4
(Summer 1997) General Issue; Lillian Smith Centennial
3

Volume 36 through 42 (Fall 1997 through Summer 2004) Back to Top

Volume
Number
Date/Title
Inventory #s
36
1
(Fall 1997) General Issue**
18
36
2
(Winter 1998) Feature: Bill Russell
182
36
3
(Sprign 1998) Zora Neale Hurston
17
36
4
(Summer 1998) Feature: (Re) Presenting the South: New Studies in Photography
12
37
1
(Fall 1998) Harry Crews**
Sold Out
37
2
(Winter 1999) Feature: Other Souths, Other Southerners
Sold Out
37
3-4
(Spring-Summer 1999) Features: Kate Chopin, David Bottoms
7
38
1
(Fall 1999) Tennessee Williams**
18
38
2
(Winter 2000) Peter Taylor
Sold Out
38
3
(Spring 2000) Cormac McCarthy
57
38
4
(Summer 2000) General Issue
68
39
1-2
(Fall-Winter 2000-2001) Outsider Architecture**
Sold Out
39
3
(Spring 2001) General Issue
61
39
4
(Summer 2001) Feature: Trans-National Cinemas and Cultural Identity
62
40
1
(Fall 2001) General Issue**
66
40
2
(Winter 2002) Donald Harington
Sold Out
40
3
(Spring 2002) Robert Hazel
59
40
4
(Summer 2002) General Issue
132
41
1
(Fall 2002) General Issue**
12
41
2
(Winter 2003) William Gilmore Simms
70
41
3
(Spring 2003) Lewis Nordan
12
41
4
(Summer 2003) Richard Marius
64
42
1
(Fall 2003) Souths: Global and Local**
19
42
2
(Winter 2004) General Issue
16
42
3
(Spring 2004) General Issue
14
42
4
(Summer 2004) General Issue
10

Volume 43 through 49 (Fall 2004 through Summer 2012) Back to Top

Volume
Number
Date/Title
Inventory #s
43
1
(Fall 2005) Feature: Race and Memory in Southern Fiction
27
43
2
(Winter 2006) Feature: Between Two Worlds
224
43
3
(Spring 2006) Feature: Voices of the Storm
192
43
4
(Summer 2006) Feature: Imagining the Atlantic World
142
44
1
(Fall 2006) General Issue
143
44
2
(Winter 2007) Southern Food & Drink
9
44
3
(Spring 2007) Common Routes
25
44
4
(Summer 2007) General Issue
82
45
1
(Fall 2007) Poetry in the South
Sold Out
45
2
(Winter 2008) "All Y'all"
Sold Out
45
3
(Spring 2008) 'My Southern Home'
119
45
4
(Summer 2008) The Legacy of Emmett Till
226
46
1
(Fall 2008) General Issue
229
46
2
(Winter 2009) Richard Wright, Citizen of the World
216
46
3
(Spring 2009) The South in a Global Context
198
46
4
(Summer 2009) General Issue
207
47
1
(Fall 2009) General Issue
240
47
2
(Winter 2010) The Writerly Life
50
47 3 (Spring 2010) Robert Morgan Special Issue 50
47 4 (Summer 2010) Dialogues of the Dead: Atlantic Crosscurrents 50
48 1 (Fall 2010) General Issue 50
48 2 (Winter 2011) Humor and the South 50
48 3 (Spring 2011) The South and the Sublime 50
48 4 (Summer 2011) The Legacy of Tennessee Williams 50
49 1 (Fall 2011) African American Identities 50
49 2/3 (Winter/Spring 2012) Southern Landscapes, Southern Memory 50
49 4 (Summer 2012) General Issue 50

Volume 50 (Fall 2012 through Summer 2013) Back to Top

Volume
Number
Date/Title
Inventory #s
50
1
(Fall 2012) Jubilee Issue 50
50
2
(Winter 2013) General Issue 50
50
3
(Spring 2013) Civil Rights; Southern Grit(s) 50
50
4
(Summer 2013) Natasha Trethewey, US Poet Laureate 50

 

*Available in hardcover as part of the Southern Quarterly Series published by University Press of Mississippi. (http://www.upress.state.ms.us/)

 

**Includes annual Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture in the South.

 

An annual index is included in many of the Summer issues. Volume indices can also be found online at: http://www.usm.edu/soq/volindex.htm.

 

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