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by David Zurick

eBook Southern Crossings: Where Geography and Photography Meet (Center Books on the American South Ser.) ePub
Author: David Zurick
Language: English
ISBN: 1930066503
ISBN13: 978-1930066502
Publisher: Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago (March 1, 2011)
Pages: 160
Category: Photography & Video
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.3
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Southern literature (sometimes called the literature of the American South) is defined as American literature about the Southern United States or by writers from this region

Southern literature (sometimes called the literature of the American South) is defined as American literature about the Southern United States or by writers from this region.

David Zurick photographs and writes about places around the world, from his goldfish pond in the Kentucky hills . Southern Crossings: Where Geography and Photography Meet (Center Books on the American South). 99(6 used & new offers).

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Items related to Southern Crossings: Where Geography and Photography. David Zurick Southern Crossings: Where Geography and Photography Meet (Center Books on the American South Se. ISBN 13: 9781930066502. In 1996, David Zurick, a renowned geographer with an artistic eye, began a decade-long series of journeys throughout the region to find out for himself what constitutes the South. Living at the fulcrum of North and South near Berea, Kentucky, at the edge of the Cumberland Plateau, Zurick was curious as to why the South is seen by outsiders as a region apart from the rest of America and by insiders as a place that is losing its identity.

Response to Feminism, 1980–2000 Jennifer Bingo Gunter, MA, Southern Studies, Oxford, Mississippi Exhibition Schedule August 23–October 14, 2011 Southern Crossings: Where Geography and Photography Meet David Zurick October 15–December 16, 2011 Roadside Fare: Southern Foodways Photographs Kate Medley The Gammill Gallery, located in Barnard Observatory, is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 .

Southern Ruins Cumberland Island. The subtropical climate and isolated beaches of the Georgia coastline appealed to East Coast magnates, who purchased large tracts of land on the barrier islands, built mansions, and entertained in a grand style. The steel baron Andrew Carnegie built an estate in 1884 at a place called Dungeness, on the southern tip of Cumberland Island, in sight of Raccoon Keys, where the St. Mary’s River empties into the Cumberland Sound. The mansion now lies in ruin, encircled by encroaching saw palmetto and live oak where armadillos sniff their way across open ground.

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Reflecting on geography, the diaspora, the mythic and the global South as ways to approach the contested . From small farms to urban neighborhoods, from the region itself to the more distant worlds of the southern diaspora, we discover the stories, music, and art of the American South.

Reflecting on geography, the diaspora, the mythic and the global South as ways to approach the contested memory of the region.

All regions of the United States can be viewed by opposites, but perhaps nowhere is this view more prevalent than in our understanding of the American South. It is to this region in particular that we apply such constructs as rural vs. urban, commoner vs. aristocrat, farm vs. factory, old vs. new, rich vs. poor, literate vs. illiterate, black vs. white, insider vs. outsider, and so on.

In 1996, David Zurick, a renowned geographer with an artistic eye, began a decade-long series of journeys throughout the region to find out for himself what constitutes “the South.” Living at the fulcrum of North and South near Berea, Kentucky, at the edge of the Cumberland Plateau, Zurick was curious as to why the South is seen by outsiders as a region “apart from the rest of America” and by insiders as a place that is “losing its identity.”

What ultimately captured Zurick’s attention was the region’s “southernness,” in which there are many Souths, not just the geographically defined Upland and Lowland South or the culturally defined Old and New South. Thus, we see in Zurick’s photographs and accompanying vignettes geographical excursions into the South’s myriad manifestations. Southern Crossings offers a fresh visual perspective on one of the nation’s most distinct regions. Zurick’s blending of geographical insights and artistic vision is a model for landscape photographers to emulate for years to come.

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