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Stripper in Wonderland Poems

By Derrick Harriell, assistant professor of English and African American Studies and director of the Master of Fine Arts English program at the University of Mississippi LSU PRESS, 2017 The percussive...
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From Slave Ship to Supermax: Mass Incarceration, Prisoner Abuse, and the New Neo-Slave Novel

By Patrick Elliot Alexander, assistant professor of English and African American Studies at the University of Mississippi and co-founder of the University of Mississippi Prison-to-College Pipeline...
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Mavericks, Money, and Men: The AFL, Black Players, and the Evolution of Modern Football

By Charles K. Ross, professor of history and director of African American Studies Temple University Press, 2016 The American Football League, established in 1960, was innovative both in its commitment...
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New Museum Collection Features Poetry and Photos

Reading at gallery to feature contributing poets, photographer MARCH 2, 2016  |  BY STAFF REPORT The newest exhibit at the University of Mississippi Museum is a collaboration of poetry and photography...
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Donald Cole photo by Robert Jordan/ UM Communications

UM Students, Staff Lead Community MLK Day of Service Events

Volunteers gathering to conduct food drive and promote wellness JANUARY 11, 2016  |  BY EDWIN SMITH University of Mississippi students and staff will be spearheading efforts to promote healthy...
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