For author Monique Truong, food played a central role in forging a new identity as an childhood refugee in the South.
Author Jack Pendarvis looks at the legacy of television cook and humorist Justin Wilson as an outsider who made his name wearing a mask of Southern (Cajun) identity.
We’re thankful for the presenters who stepped to the stage at our 18th Southern Foodways Symposium last month.
We are pleased to offer our First Annual Southern Studies Fantasy Camp for our Symposium guests next week! For those interested in reading ahead in their coursework, see our “syllabus” below with reading recommendations.
Whiskey knowledge for the masses.
Kick off your trip to the 18th Annual Southern Foodways Symposium with a crash course in Southern Studies at the University of Mississippi.
The much-anticipated Fall Symposium Bibliography is out! Grab a latte and get reading.
Symposium tickets will go on sale Thursday, August 6 at noon Central Time. Are you ready?
We spent much of Monday fitting together the pieces of our 18th annual fall symposium schedule. Here are a few sneak peeks…