Karen L. Cox
I'm a historian of the American South with a particular interest in southern culture. I am the author of four books--Dixie's Daughters (University Press of Florida, w/new intro 2019), which won the Spruill prize for the best book in southern women's history, Dreaming of Dixie (UNC Press, 2011), Goat Castle: A True Story of Murder, Race, and the Gothic South (UNC Press, 2017), and my latest, No Common Ground: Confederate Monuments and the Ongoing Fight for Racial Justice (UNC Press, 2021), which has already won a book prize. I am also the editor of Destination Dixie (University Press of Florida, 2012), a volume on tourism and southern history, and co-editor of Revisiting the 1930s South (LSU Press, 2018).Read more Read less
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