An interdisciplinary journal about regions, places, and cultures of the US South and their global connections

Photo Essays

Photo essays are collections of original photography that explore real and imagined places of the U.S. South, or make connections and comparisons between the South, southern regions, and other areas of the world. They include a short critical writing component.

Charles D. Thompson, Jr., Duke University
with Alexander Stephens, Marian Cheek Jackson Center

22 March 2012
photo essay

John Howard, King's College London

23 August 2011
photo essay

Susan Harbage Page, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Inés Valdez, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

17 April 2011
photo essay

Nancy Marshall, Photographer

John McWilliams, Photographer

21 October 2010
photo essay

Dorothy Moye, Decatur, Georgia

26 August 2010
photo essay

John Howard, King's College London

26 January 2010
photo essay

Tom Zarrilli, Atlanta, GA

19 August 2009
photo essay

Robin Conner, Georgia State University

Paul Johnson, Photographer

10 October 2008
photo essay

Earl Dotter, Photographer

16 July 2008
photo essay

Amie Vanderford, Photographer

7 July 2008
photo essay

Nancy Marshall, Photographer

28 April 2008
photo essay

Erin Austen Abbott, Photographer

19 February 2008
photo essay

Bruce West, Missouri State University

Todd Bertolaet, Florida A&M University

David Wharton, University of Mississippi

15 February 2008
photo essay
Rob Amberg, Madison County, North Carolina
5 June 2007
photo essay

David Wharton, University of Mississippi

28 February 2007
photo essay

Pressly Hall, Chester, South Carolina

James L. Hughes III, Emory University

22 November 2006
photo essay

Rob McDonald, Virginia Military Institute

12 July 2006
photo essay

David Wharton, University of Mississippi

1 February 2005
photo essay