University of Mississippi Slavery Research Group

The University of Mississippi

Courses

University of Mississippi Department of English

ENGL 224.
U.S. Literature Since the Civil War
Leigh Anne Duck, associate professor of English

ENGL 324.
The Blues Tradition in American Literature
Adam Gussow, associate professor of English and Southern Studies

ENGL 325.
Contemporary Native American Poetry

Annette Trefzer, associate professor of English

ENGL 353.
Introduction to Film
Leigh Anne Duck, associate professor of English

ENGL 368.
Southern Literature Survey
J. W. Hall, senior lecturer in English

ENGL 476.
Studies in (Contemporary) Southern Literature: 
The Past, the Present, and the Postmodern
Leigh Anne Duck, associate professor of English

ENGL 490.
Counter-Canons and Critical Issues: American Slaveries: The Problem of Freedom in the US 19th Century
Cristin Ellis, assistant professor of English

ENGL 692/AAS 523.
Cultural Studies: The Blues Tradition
Adam Gussow, associate professor of English and Southern Studies

ENGL 776.
Studies in Southern Literature: Southern Pre-Nascence: Writing the South, 1898–1918

Jay Watson, Howry Professor of Faulkner Studies and professor of English

University of Mississippi Department of African American Studies

AAS 201.
African American Experience
Miller W. Boyd III, instructor in African American Studies

AAS 310.
Experiences of Black Mississippians
Shennette Garrett-Scott, assistant professor of history and African American Studies

HST 414/AAS 326.
African American History to 1865
Shennette Garrett-Scott, assistant professor of history and African American Studies, and Charles K. Ross, professor of history and director of African American Studies

HST 415/AAS 327.
African American History since 1865
Shennette Garrett-Scott, assistant professor of history and African American Studies, and Charles K. Ross, professor of history and director of African American Studies

HST 416/AAS 362/GSTU 362.
African American Women’s History
Shennette Garrett-Scott, assistant professor of history and African American Studies

HST 420/AAS 440.
History of African Americans in Sport
Charles K. Ross, professor of history and director of African American Studies

HST 422/AAS 438.
The Rise and Fall of American Slavery
Paul Polgar, assistant professor of history, and Anne Twitty, associate professor of history

ENGL 692/AAS 523.
Cultural Studies: The Blues Tradition
Adam Gussow, associate professor of English and Southern Studies

University of Mississippi Arch Dalrymple III Department of History

HST 414/AAS 326.
African American History to 1865
Shennette Garrett-Scott, assistant professor of history and African American Studies, and Charles K. Ross, professor of history and director of African American Studies

HST 415/AAS 327.
African American History since 1865
Shennette Garrett-Scott, assistant professor of history and African American Studies, and Charles K. Ross, professor of history and director of African American Studies

HST 416/AAS 362/GSTU 362.
African American Women’s History
Shennette Garrett-Scott, assistant professor of history and African American Studies

HST 420/AAS 440.
History of African Americans in Sport
Charles K. Ross, professor of history and director of African American Studies

HST 422/AAS 438.
The Rise and Fall of American Slavery
Paul Polgar, assistant professor of history, and Anne Twitty, associate professor of history

HST 450.
Southern History to 1900
Various Faculty

HST 451.
The South in the Twentieth Century
Darren Grem, assistant professor of history and Southern Studies, Charles W. Eagles, William F. Winter professor of history, Jarod Roll, associate professor of history, and Jessica Wilkerson, assistant professor of history and Southern Studies

HST 452.
The History of Mississippi
Various Faculty

HST 454/GSTU 336/SST 303.
Women in Southern History
Jessica Wilkerson, assistant professor of history

HST 455.
History of Religion in the South

HST 490.
Problems in History—America: The Civil Rights Movement
Charles Eagles, William F. Winter professor of history

HST 490.
Problems in History—America: The University of Mississippi
Elizabeth Payne, professor of history

HST 490.
Problems in History—America: Slavery in Antebellum Mississippi
Anne Twitty, associate professor of history

HST 490.
Problems in History—America: Emancipation
Anne Twitty, associate professor of history

HST 498.
Problems in History—America: Slavery and its Legacies at The University of Mississippi
Paul Polgar, assistant professor of history

HST 605.
US Through Reconstruction: Readings in American Slavery
Anne Twitty, associate professor of history

HST 605.
US Through Reconstruction: First Emancipations: Slavery and Abolition in the Atlantic World
Paul Polgar, assistant professor of history