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(1) Ethnic America; (2) Remembering Faulkner

John Higham argues that a comparative study of ethnic identities in America which combines religion, race, and nationality can gauge the nature of ethnic groups more accurately than siloed figures from the U. S. Census. In the second segment [13:45], Joseph Blotner discusses … Continue reading

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Southern Folk: (1) Faulkner’s “Negro”; (2) White Stereotypes

Thadious Davis speaks about her study of Faulkner’s attitudes toward blacks and whites. She is the author of Faulkner’s ‘Negro’: Art and the Southern Context. In the second segment [13:45], John Shelton Reed, the author of Southern Folk, Plain and Fancy: Native … Continue reading

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