Table of contents for The American South in a global world / edited by James L. Peacock, Harry L. Watson, Carrie R. Matthews.

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 v, contents
 Acknowledgments 00
 Introduction: Globalization with a Southern Face 1
 James L. Peacock, Harry L. Watson, and Carrie R. Matthews
 Part I. Immigration
 Latino Migration to Miami and Houston: Transnationalism at Work
 in Two Southern Cities 00
 Paul A. Levengood
 The World on Time: Flexible Labor, New Immigrants, and Global
 Logistics 000
 Barbara Ellen Smith, Marcela Mendoza, and David H. Ciscel
 Media and Racialization among Young, Working-Class, Latina
 Immigrants 000
 Lucila Vargas
 Federally Sponsored Mexican Migrants in the Transnational South
 Sandy Smith-Nonini
 Part II. Global/Local Conjunctions
 Entrepreneurial Governance in the Transnational South: The Case
 of Durham, North Carolina 000
 Thaddeus Countway Guldbrandsen
 Global Forces, Local Worlds: Mountaintop Removal and Appalachian
 Communities 000
 Bryan McNeil
 Part III. Globalism's Localisms: Industry and Workers
 Nonlocal Forces in the Historical Evolution and Current
 Transformation of North Carolina's Furniture Industry 000
 Meenu Tewari
 Voices of Southern Mill Workers: Responses to Border Crossers in
 American Factories and Jobs Crossing Borders 000
 Rachel A. Willis
 We're All Mexicans Here: Poultry Processing, Latino Migration,
 and the Transformation of Class in the South 000
 Steve Striffler
 Gatokaca Drive: Global Relations between Souths in Mobile,
 Alabama 000
 James L. Peacock, Carla Jones, and Catherine Brooks
 Part IV. Flexible Citizenship: Transnational Professionals
 The South Meets the East: Japanese Professionals in North
 Carolina's Research Triangle 000
 Sawa Kurotani
 North Carolina's Indians: Erasing Race to Make the Citizen 000
 Ajantha Subramanian
 Part V. Application: Activist Approaches to the Transnational
 Monolingualism and Racialism as Curable Diseases: Nuestra América
 in the Transnational South 000
 Gregory Stephens
 The Latinization of Rome, Georgia: Undergraduate Research and
 Community Activism 000
 Jennie M. Smith
 Civil Rights, Immigration, and the Prospects for Social Justice
 Collaboration 000
 Ellen Griffith Spears
 Part VI. Tripartite Epilogue
 Critique: Creating the Transnational South 000
 Donald M. Nonini
 The South and Grounded Globalism 000
 James L. Peacock
 Southern History, Southern Future: Some Reflections and a
 Cautious Forecast 000
 Harry L. Watson
 Contributors 000
 Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Southern States -- Politics and government -- 1951-.
Southern States -- Social conditions -- 1945-.
Southern States -- Economic conditions -- 1945-.
Globalization -- Political aspects -- Southern States.
Globalization -- Social aspects -- Southern States.