Author Hague, Euan
Title Neo-Confederacy : A Critical Introduction
Imprint Austin : University of Texas Press, 2008
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Foreword: A Connected Fringe -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Neo-Confederacy and the New Dixie Manifesto -- PART I. THE ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF NEO-CONFEDERACY AND ITS TENETS -- CHAPTER 1. Neo-Confederacy and Its Conservative Ancestry -- CHAPTER 2. The U.S. Civil War as a Theological War: Neo-Confederacy, Christian Nationalism, and Theology -- CHAPTER 3. Gender, Sexuality, and Neo-Confederacy -- CHAPTER 4. Neo-Confederacy, Culture, and Ethnicity: A White Anglo-Celtic Southern People -- CHAPTER 5. Neo-Confederacy and the Understanding of Race -- PART II. PRACTICING NEO-CONFEDERACY -- CHAPTER 6. Fighting for the Lost Cause: The Confederate Battle Flag and Neo-Confederacy -- CHAPTER 7. Neo-Confederacy and Education -- CHAPTER 8. Literature and Neo-Confederacy -- CHAPTER 9. You Ain't Just Whistlin' Dixie: Neo-Confederacy in Music -- CHAPTER 10. The Struggle for the Sons of Confederate Veterans: A Return to White Supremacy in the Early Twenty-First Century? (Heidi Beirich) -- Afterword: Nationalizing Neo-Confederacy? -- Contributors -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Hague, Euan Neo-Confederacy : A Critical Introduction Austin : University of Texas Press,c2008 9780292718371
Subject Whites -- Southern States -- Ethnic identity.;Social movements -- United States.;Conservatism -- United States.;Confederate States of America -- In popular culture
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Alt Author Beirich, Heidi
Sebesta, Edward H