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Series: Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures

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Southern Writers in the Modern World by Donald Davidson1957
Myths and men: Patrick Henry, George Washington [and] Thomas Jefferson by Bernard Mayo1958
Southern Life in Fiction by Jay B. Hubbell1959
Romance and Realism in Southern Politics by Thomas Harry Williams1960
The Democratic South by Dewey W. Grantham1962
Edgar Allan Poe as literary critic by Edd Winfield Parks1963
Three paths to the modern South: education, agriculture, and conservation by Thomas Dionysius Clark1964
Three modes of modern Southern fiction: Ellen Glasgow, William Faulkner, Thomas Wolfe by C. Hugh Holman1965
The waning of the Old South civilization, 1860-1880's by Clement Eaton1966
The Role of the Yankee in the Old South by Fletcher Melvin Green1968-a
The Disruption Of The Solid South by George Brown Tindall1970
The writer in the South;: Studies in literary community (Mercer University. Lamar memorial lectures, no. 15) by Louis D. Rubin, Jr.1971
The Dispossessed Garden: Pastoral and History in Southern Literature by Lewis P. Simpson1972
Origins of a Southern mosaic : studies of early Carolina and Georgia by Clarence Lester Ver Steeg1973
Adams and Jefferson: A Revolutionary Dialogue (A Galaxy Book ; 533) by Merrill D. Peterson1975
A colonial Southern bookshelf : reading in the eighteenth century by Richard Beale Davis1977
Chattel slavery and wage slavery : the Anglo-American context, 1830-1860 by Marcus Cunliffe1978
The South and the North in American religion by Samuel S. Hill1979
Women of Fair Hope (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Paul M. Gaston1981
Northernizing the South (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Richard Nelson Current1982
George Washington and the American Military Tradition (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Don Higginbotham1983
The Language of the American South (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Cleanth Brooks1984
Southern Folk Plain and Fancy: Native White Social Types (Brown Thrasher Book) by John Shelton Reed1985
Possum, and Other Receipts for the Recovery of "Southern" Being (Lamat Memorial Lectures, No 30) by Marion Montgomery1986
Constitutions and Constitutionalism in the Slaveholding South by Don E. Fehrenbacher1987
The Southern Writer in the Postmodern World (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Fred Hobson1989
The Hammers of Creation by Eric J. Sundquist1991
The Literary Percys: Family History, Gender, and the Southern Imagination (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Bertram Wyatt-Brown1993
The Countercultural South (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Jack Temple Kirby1994
The Power of the Porch: The Storyteller's Craft in Zora Neale Hurston, Gloria Naylor, and Randall Kenan (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Trudier Harris-Lopez1995
A Consuming Fire: The Fall of the Confederacy in the Mind of the White Christian South by Eugene D. Genovese1997
Remapping Southern Literature: Contemporary Southern Writers and the West (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Robert H. Brinkmeyer Jr.1998
Teaching Equality by Adam Fairclough1999
Mixed Blood Indians: Racial Construction In The Early South (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Theda Perdue2001
Weathering the storm : inside Winslow Homer's Gulf Stream by Peter H. Wood2002
Henry Adams & the Southern Question (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Michael O'Brien2003
The Brown Decision, Jim Crow, And Southern Identity (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by James C. Cobb2004
Camille, 1969: Histories of a Hurricane (Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures) by Mark M. Smith2009

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The Lamar Lecture series, made possible by the bequest of the late Eugenia Dorothy Blount Lamar, began in 1957. The series promotes the permanent preservation of southern culture, history and literature. Given each fall, it is recognized as the most important lecture series on southern history and literature in the United States. Speakers have included nationally and internationally known scholars, such as Cleanth Brooks, James C. Cobb, Trudier Harris, Fred Hobson, Eugene Genovese, and Eric Sundquist. The University of Georgia Press publishes The Lamar Lecture Series ( http://www.ugapress.org/index.php/series/LLS )

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