Neo-Confederacy: A Critical Introduction

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HEIDI BEIRICH is the Director of Research and Special Projects for the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project, which tracks America's hate groups. Dr. Beirich also pens feature articles for the Intelligence Report, the Southern Poverty Law Center's award-winning quarterly on the American radical right.

JON BOHLAND is an Assistant Professor of International Studies and Political Science at Hollins University. His research fields are in critical geopolitics and nationalism, with a particular interest in how everyday cultural forces impact and shape national identities.

EUAN HAGUE is an Associate Professor of Geography at DePaul University. His research on neo-Confederacy and Celtic identity in the United States has appeared in Cultural Geographies, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism, Scottish Affairs and Hagar International Social Science Review.

KEVIN HICKS is an Associate Professor of English at Alabama State University, where he serves as the Director of Writing Across the Curriculum.

JONATHAN I. LEIB is an Associate Professor of Geography at Old Dominion University. His research fields are political geography, cultural geography, and geographies of "race" and ethnicity, with an emphasis on electoral systems and political representation, political and cultural change in the American South, and the politics of representation on the American South landscape involving Confederate and civil rights iconography. His research has appeared in Political Geography, Cultural Geographies, Journal

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