Shannon Sullivan and Others Advocate for ‘Philosophy in/of the South’ in Latest Collection of Essays

Thinking the US South is a compendium of ten thoroughly researched and referenced essays by U.S.-based professional academic philosophers writing from Southern perspectives in regard to the South.

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In ‘Animal Quintet,’ Colin Dayan Revisits the Animals of Her Childhood

A review of Colin Dayan’s new book, ‘Animal Quintet: A Southern Memoir.’

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‘Late Migrations’ Shows Us How Human Experience Mirrors the Natural World

A review of Margaret Renkl’s book, “Late Migrations: A Natural History of Love and Loss.”

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‘Down Along with That Devil’s Bones’ Explores America’s Complex Relationship with Racism

A review of Connor Towne O’Neill’s book, ‘Down Along with That Devil’s Bones: A Reckoning with Monuments, Memory, and the Legacy of White Supremacy.’

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‘The Big Baby Crime Spree’: Quirky and Darkly Funny

Darrin Doyle’s new story collection, ‘The Big Baby Crime Spree,’ is filled with quirky, dislikeable, but not necessarily unlikeable, characters.

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