Contents

Current Issue

Volume LXXXVIII, 2022, August, Number 3

Controlling Healthy Populations: Medicine, Biopolitics, and Racial Politics in Spanish New Orleans, 1763–1803
By Liana DeMarco

Enforcing the Fugitive Slave Acts in the South: Federalism, Irony, and the Conflict of Jurisdictions, 1787–1861
By Alice L. Baumgartner

The Fight for Fair Training: Fair Employment, Defense Worker Training, and the African American Civil Rights Movement in the South, 1940–1945
By Bryant Etheridge

Book Reviews

Historical News and Notices

Upcoming Issue

Volume LXXXVIII, 2022, November, Number 4

“In Reference to the Death of Isham”: Slavery, Law, and Their Afterlives
By Julia W. Bernier and Justin Simard

Reconciling the New Navy: Hilary Abner Herbert and the End of Reconstruction in America
By Colin McConarty

Sophia Devereux Turner and the Troubled Female Mind in the Late-Nineteenth-Century South
By Sylvia D. Hoffert

Reenvisioning Richmond’s Past: Race, Reconciliation, and Public History in the Modern South, 1990–Present
By Marvin T. Chiles

Book Reviews

Book Notes

Historical News and Notices

Past Issues

Volume I (1935)–Volume LXXXII (2016)

Volume LXXXII (2016)–Volume LXXXVIII (2022)

Journal of Southern History, 1935–2015: A Categorized Bibliography (pdf)