100 Years Enriching Lives
Family and Consumer Sciences at UGA

The American College and University
A History

Athens, 1861-1865
As Seen Through Letters in the University of Georgia Libraries

Berry College
A History

Black Scholar
Horace Mann Bond, 1904–1972

College in the Country
A Program of Education for Adults

College Life at Old Oglethorpe

College Life in the Old South

Communists on Campus
Race, Politics, and the Public University in Sixties North Carolina

An Education in Georgia
Charlayne Hunter, Hamilton Holmes, and the Integration of the University of Georgia

From Maverick to Mainstream
Cumberland School of Law, 1847–1997

The History of the Medical College of Georgia

Integrating the 40 Acres
The Fifty-Year Struggle for Racial Equality at the University of Texas

An Island in the Lake of Fire
Bob Jones University, Fundamentalism, and the Separatist Movement

Marching in Step
Masculinity, Citizenship, and The Citadel in Post-World War II America

Memories of a Georgia Teacher
Fifty Years in the Classroom

The New Deal and American Youth
Ideas and Ideals in a Depression Decade

The Personal Equation
A Biography of Steadman Vincent Sanford

A Pictorial History of the University of Georgia

Dualism to Holism in Literary Study

Religion Enters the Academy
The Origins of the Scholarly Study of Religion in America

Remaking Home Economics
Resourcefulness and Innovation in Changing Times

The Rise and Progress of Negro Colleges in Georgia, 1865-1949

Sitting In and Speaking Out
Student Movements in the American South, 1960–1970

Soldiers of Light and Love
Northern Teachers and Georgia Blacks, 1865–1873

Southern Women at the Seven Sister Colleges
Feminist Values and Social Activism, 1875–1915

Teaching Equality
Black Schools in the Age of Jim Crow

Through the Arch
An Illustrated Guide to the University of Georgia Campus

To Raise Myself a Little
The Diaries and Letters of Jennie, a Georgia Teacher

Torches of Light
Georgia Teachers and the Coming of the Modern South

The University of Georgia
A Bicentennial History, 1785–1985

Ways of Wisdom
Moral Education in the Early National Period

We Shall Not Be Moved
The Desegregation of the University of Georgia

A Will of Her Own
Sarah Towles Reed and the Pursuit of Democracy in Southern Public Education

Without Regard to Sex, Race, or Color
The Past, Present, and Future of One Historically Black College