Contents

Current Issue

Volume LXXXVII, 2021, August, Number 3

The Financialization of Slavery by the First and Second Banks of the United States
By Sharon Ann Murphy

Remembering the Colfax Massacre: Race, Sex, and the Meanings of Reconstruction Violence
By David T. Ballantyne

Black Women, Indigent Medical Care, and Academic Medical Politics, 1950–1965: The Case of Birmingham, Alabama
By Charlotte G. Borst

Book Reviews

Historical News and Notices

Upcoming Issue

Volume LXXXVII, 2021, November, Number 4

Simon Gerstmann's War: Religion, Loyalty, and Memory in the Post–Civil War Claims Courts
By Adam H. Domby and Shari Rabin

Forgetting Waller Creek: An Environmental History of Race, Parks, and Planning in Downtown Austin, Texas
By Katherine Leah Pace

No Medical Justification: Segregation and Civil Rights in Alabama's Psychiatric Hospitals, 1952–1972
By Kylie M. Smith

Surveilling the Memphis Movement: Police Spying in Memphis, 1968–1976
By Gregg L. Michel

Book Reviews

Book Notes

Historical News and Notices

Past Issues

Volume I (1935)–Volume LXXXI (2015)

Volume LXXXII (2016)–Volume LXXXVI (2020)

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