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Robert H. Brinkmeyer

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Institute for Southern Studies

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Institute for Southern Studies

P.O. Box 531

Durham, North Carolina,27702

United States

Company Description

The Institute for Southern Studies provides consistently top flight reporting in its online journal, Facing South, related, to among other things, energy practices in the south that create significant questions of environmental justice and polluting energy pra... more

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Employment History

Professor of English and Southern Studies

University of South Carolina


Chairman of English Department

Arkansas


Member, Faculty

USC


Chair, Department of English

University of Arkansas


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The South Carolina Encyclopedia Goes Digital | SC Humanities

schumanities.org [cached]

Those and many other developments must be incorporated into the new digital version of the encyclopedia with the same scholarly rigor that characterized entries written by nearly 600 contributors to the print version, says Bob Brinkmeyer, director of the Institute for Southern Studies.


classatpawleys.com

Friday 03/31/2017 | Walter Edgar & Robert Brinkmeyer
Author: Walter Edgar & Robert Brinkmeyer In the opening overview of Edgar's impressive academic career, editor Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr., discusses Edgar's role as the Palmetto State's omnipresent public historian, radio program host, author of the landmark "South Carolina: A History," and editor of "The South Carolina Encyclopedia. Brinkmeyer, director of the Institute for Southern Studies at the University of South Carolina, is the Emily Brown Jefferies Professor of English and Claude Henry Neuffer Professor of Southern Studies. Walter Edgar & Robert Brinkmeyer


www.classatpawleys.com

Friday 03/31/2017 | Walter Edgar & Robert Brinkmeyer | Walter Edgar & Robert Brinkmeyer | Friday 03/31/2017
Friday 03/31/2017 | Walter Edgar & Robert Brinkmeyer | Walter Edgar & Robert Brinkmeyer | Friday 03/31/2017 Author: Walter Edgar & Robert Brinkmeyer In the opening overview of Edgar's impressive academic career, editor Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr., discusses Edgar's role as the Palmetto State's omnipresent public historian, radio program host, author of the landmark "South Carolina: A History," and editor of "The South Carolina Encyclopedia. Brinkmeyer, director of the Institute for Southern Studies at the University of South Carolina, is the Emily Brown Jefferies Professor of English and Claude Henry Neuffer Professor of Southern Studies. Walter Edgar & Robert Brinkmeyer


heraldindependent.com

Robert Brinkmeyer, director of the Institute for Southern Studies, says he chose cotton as the inaugural theme for the series because of its rich and complicated history.
"We all love the threads of cotton that make our clothes comfortable, but there's another way to think of the work done by cotton's threads: as a complicated web stitching together the rich and diverse culture of the American South," Brinkmeyer says.


www.csmonitor.com

"As the white South was undergoing great upheaval, it became a symbol of white resistance to all these cultural changes," says Robert Brinkmeyer, director of the Institute for Southern Studies at the University of South Carolina in Columbia.
"In the aftermath of the Civil War, the 'lost cause' ideology maintained the idea that good white Southerners would never forget what they had," says Professor Brinkmeyer. But the Confederate battle flag, says Professor Brinkmeyer, has also become a symbol for "for those people who resist globalization, resist homogenization, resist the breakdown of the regional identities which are taking place throughout America." Even in Europe, he says, right wing political movements use the flag as a symbol of resisting what they see as homogenizing and culture-weakening forces from the outside.


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