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University of Georgia Press - Fall 2010 Catalog

University of Georgia Press - Fall 2010 Catalog

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Fall 2010 catalog of new, forthcoming, and recently published titles from the University of Georgia Press
Fall 2010 catalog of new, forthcoming, and recently published titles from the University of Georgia Press

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th Uvrsy of Gorg PrssF & Wr 2010
Cover: Kodak 3A camera, Jack London’s most requent choice (see page 2).
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th advurs of G Bs of S / l Sg 38amrc Cm d h Souhr imgry / 10Brkr d McK, ds.Byod Kr / trhwy 1th Bgss of h Word / Osud 34Bck o erh / Ruff 23Boombrg’s nw York / Brsh 7Brz d h Ud Ss / Smh 14CaUtiOn M  trs / Spcr 35Chrs Ru d h Cro of Brsh Sv 21Socs, 1650
1780 / BsyCompy tows  h amrcs / Dus d 8Vrgr, ds.Copy Cs / Crous 35Crossrods of Cofc / Brow d ew 28th Dc Boos / Grovr 33ery amrc Pcs srs oucm 12Fmy of F lvs / Wugh d l, ds. 30Ghosbrd / lvgso 31Gu tg, Y’ / Muu 20io lgh Boh Br d Us / Prr, d. 4th ivo of Fgh / nv 35Jck lodo, Phoogrphr / Rsm, Hodso, 2d admJosph Hopks twch / Coury 24logorrh Dm / Drg 37th los Boys / Grovs 36Mkg Cfsh B ou of Govrm Boys / Srom 18Mkg h S Frdo Vy / Brrcough 6Mkg Wr, Mkg Wom / Mceu 11no-Sgrgo nrrvs / norm 22O Svry’s Bordr / Mu Burk 13th Oysr Quso / Kr 18Ps Com Bck to M / trdwy 32Rs Sos / Dsmod 25Ros edg, Hwk of Mrcy / Furmsky 19Scsso s  iroPhomo / 15Doy, d.Sg i d Spkg Ou / turr 17Souhr Crossgs / Zurck 5th Souhr Foodwys ac Commuy 26Cookbook / Roh d edg, ds.th Sory of Svr  Svh / Smmos 39trmé / Cruchr 9Usfu Gfs / Gckfd 35Wkr Prcy’s Srch for Commuy / Dsmod 25Who Gs Chdhood? / Bush 16
Bo Kata
a Mdo o h Msssspp Guf Cos
nataha Tthw
One of our nest poets on memory, loss,and recovery in the wake of Katrina
Beyond Katrina
is poet Natasha Trethewey’s very personal prole o theMississippi Gul Coast and o the people there whose lives were oreverchanged by hurricane Katrina. Trethewey spent her childhood in Gulport, where much o her mother’sextended amily, including her younger brother, still lives. As she worked tounderstand the devastation that ollowed the hurricane, Trethewey oundinspiration in Robert Penn Warren’s book 
Segregation: The Inner Conict inthe South
, in which he spoke with southerners about race in the wake o theBrown decision, capturing an event o wide impact rom multiple points o  view. Weaving her own memories with the experiences o amily, riends, andneighbors, Trethewey traces the erosion o local culture and the rising eco-nomic dependence on tourism and casinos. She chronicles decades o wetlanddevelopment that exacerbated the destruction and portrays a Gul Coast whosecitizens—particularly Arican Americans—were on the margins o Americanlie well beore the storm hit. Most poignantly, Trethewey illustrates thedestruction o the hurricane through the story o her brother’s eorts to recover what he lost and his subsequent incarceration.Renowned or writing about the idea o home, Trethewey’s attempt tounderstand and document the damage to Gulport started as a series o lectures at the University o Virginia that were subsequently published asessays in the
Virginia Quarterly Review
. For
Beyond Katrina
, Trethewey has expanded this work into a narrative that incorporates personal letters,poems, and photographs, oering a moving meditation on the love she holdsor her childhood home.
Beyond Katrina
xms boh hpubc d prso mpc of hrgdy from h prspcv of wrr uquy qufd o udr-k such  frugh d chg-g projc. . . . ths book offrscoug vdc h nshtrhwy s o of our mos ds-psb pos d s us s wh sh s  pros wrr of hfrs ordr.”Dvd Wojh, uhor of
Interrogation Palace: New and Selected Poems 1982
 Natasha and Joe in ront o  Fort Massachusetts, Ship Island, Mississippi, circa 1999.
   J  o  e   l   B  e  n   j   a  m   i  n
CReatiVe nOnFiCtiOn
nataha Tthw
is the author o three collections o poetry:
Domestic Work
, and
 Native Guard 
, or which she was awarded the Pulitzer Prize. She holds thePhillis Wheatley Distinguished Chair in Poetry at Emory University.
Bellocq’s Ophelia
Native Guard 
, nsh trhwydmosrd  ucy d urg mphy for ovrookdbu cruc prsos d vs  h amrc ps.
Beyond Katrina
xds h ucd vso d compsso o mupdmsos of h ps, prs, d fuur of hs mmsurbo rgdy. i s  gr rprv psur d  sgf-c moo xprc o foow hr s sh sfs h prso,hsorc, poc, d gogrphc mods of xprc o rvwh hurrc Kr hs m—d c d mus m—for hGuf Cos d h o s  who.”—ahoy Wo, uhor of
Mississippi: An American Journey 
5.5 x 8.5|144 pp.12 b&w phoosCoh,$22.95 |978-0-8203-3381-6 ebook,$22.95 |978-0-8203-3752-4
 A Sarah Mills Hodge Fund Publication
Gwendolyn Ann Tretheweynée Turnbough and Natasha,Gulport, Mississippi, 1966.Son Dixon, center right, leaning on the cash register in his Owl Club on Alabama Avenue in North Gulport in the 1950s.

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