Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings

Selected papers from the keynote symposia of the Society's annual meeting. Organized around a common theme, the papers in each volume address current concerns in the field by applying anthropological research to the region's languages, cultures, archaeologies, and human compositions.

Michael V. Angrosino is a professor of anthropology at the University of South Florida. His research interests include mental disabilities, public policy, organized religion in secular society, ethnic identity in pluralistic society, symbolic interactionism, psychological anthropology, ethnography, oral history, and life history. Angrosino's books include The Culture of the Sacred, Doing Cultural Anthropology, and Talking about Cultural Diversity in Your Church.

Books in this series

African Americans in the South
Issues of Race, Class, and Gender
Edited by Hans A. Baer and Yvonne Jones

Anthropological Contributions to Conflict Resolution
Edited by Alvin Wolfe and Honggang Yang

Caribbean and Southern
Transnational Perspectives on the U.S. South
Edited by Helen A. Regis

Communities and Capital
Local Struggles against Corporate Power and Privatization
Edited by Thomas W. Collins and John D. Wingard

Cultural Diversity in the U.S. South
Anthropological Contributions to a Region in Transition
Edited by Carole E. Hill and Patricia D. Beaver

Culture, Biology, and Sexuality
Edited by David N. Suggs and Andrew W. Miracle

Latino Workers in the Contemporary South
Edited by Arthur D. Murphy, Colleen Blanchard, and Jennifer A. Hill

Signifying Serpents and Mardi Gras Runners
Representing Identity in Selected Souths
Edited by Celeste Ray and Luke Eric Lassiter

Southern Indians and Anthropologists
Culture, Politics, and Identity
Edited by Lisa J. Lefler and Frederic W. Gleach






General editor
Michael V. Angrosino