University of South Carolina Press

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The University of South Carolina Press is an academic publisher associated with the University of South Carolina. It was founded in 1944.[1]

By the early 1990s, the press had published several surveys of women's writing in the southern United States in a series called Women's Diaries and Letters of the Nineteenth Century South, edited by Carol Bleser.[2] According to Casey Clabough, the quality of its list of authors and book design became substantially better between the 2000s and 2010s.[3]

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  1. ^ Callcott, W. H. (1945). "University of South Carolina Press". South Atlantic Bulletin. 11 (3): 15–15. ISSN 0038-2868. JSTOR 3197433.
  2. ^ Clinton, Catherine (1992). "In Search of Southern Women's History: The Current State of Academic Publishing". The Georgia Historical Quarterly. 76 (2): 424–425. ISSN 0016-8297. JSTOR 40582544.
  3. ^ Clabough, Casey (2015). "An Appalachian Man of Letters". The Sewanee Review. 123 (2): 347–348. ISSN 0037-3052. JSTOR 43663053.