Modern South, agricultural, environmental and economic history
Connie L. Lester is the author of Up From the Mudsills of Hell: The Farmers' Alliance, Populism, and Progressive Agriculture in Tennessee, 1870-1915 (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2006) and several articles and essays including: "Lucille Thornburgh: I had to be right pushy'" in Tennessee Women: Their Histories, Their Lives, ed. Beverly Bond and Sarah Wilkerson-Freeman, (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2009). "Populist Scholarship as a Survey of American Political and Social Change," essay for "Agricultural History Roundtable on Populism" with Robert C. McMath, Jr., Peter H. Argersinger, Connie L. Lester, Michael F. Magliari, and Walter Nugent Agricultural History Volume 82, No. 1 (Winter 2008): 10-16."Balancing Agriculture with Industry: Capital, Labor and the Public Good in Mississippi's Home-Grown New Deal," Journal of Mississippi History. Volume 70, no. 3 (fall, 2008). She has been editor of the Florida Historical Quarterly since 2005. She is editing the Civil War diaries of Lucy Virginia French and is working on a book-length manuscript on Mississippi economic development in the twentieth century.
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|11526||ENG4832||Scholarly Editing & Publishing||Mixed-Mode/Reduce Seat-Time(M)||Tu 03:00 PM - 04:15 PM||Unavailable|
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Updated: Dec 6, 2018