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About the Contributors Keri McLeod traveled throughout South Carolina and Georgia to photograph this work for her graduate thesis at the Savannah College of Art and Design. In her freelance work she continues to explore the ongoing theme of nature vs. culture in different contexts and media. For the last two years she has taught high school art, including photography, at the American International School, Chennai, India. See more of her work at: www.kerimcleod.com. Frederick Douglass Opie is writing a book on African American and Latino relations in metropolitan New York, 90s­ 980s. His first book, Origins of Soul Food, comes out this year from Columbia University Press. He is an associate professor of history at Marist College. Elaine Neil Orr is the author of two scholarly works and the memoir Gods of Noonday: A White Girl's African Life. Her essays, stories, and poems have appeared in The Louisville Review, Southern Cultures, Image, Cold Mountain, and The Missouri Review, for which she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Currently she is at work on Every Trembling Heart, a historical novel about early missionaries to West Africa. Melissa R. Schrift is an assistant professor of anthropology at East Tennessee State University. She http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southern Cultures University of North Carolina Press

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Southern Cultures , Volume 14 (1) – Feb 13, 2008

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University of North Carolina Press
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Keri McLeod traveled throughout South Carolina and Georgia to photograph this work for her graduate thesis at the Savannah College of Art and Design. In her freelance work she continues to explore the ongoing theme of nature vs. culture in different contexts and media. For the last two years she has taught high school art, including photography, at the American International School, Chennai, India. See more of her work at: www.kerimcleod.com. Frederick Douglass Opie is writing a book on African American and Latino relations in metropolitan New York, 90s­ 980s. His first book, Origins of Soul Food, comes out this year from Columbia University Press. He is an associate professor of history at Marist College. Elaine Neil Orr is the author of two scholarly works and the memoir Gods of Noonday: A White Girl's African Life. Her essays, stories, and poems have appeared in The Louisville Review, Southern Cultures, Image, Cold Mountain, and The Missouri Review, for which she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Currently she is at work on Every Trembling Heart, a historical novel about early missionaries to West Africa. Melissa R. Schrift is an assistant professor of anthropology at East Tennessee State University. She

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Southern CulturesUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Feb 13, 2008

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