University of Georgia Press

Valerie Boyd and Cynthia R. Greenlee were recently appointed as Editors-at-Large by the University of Georgia Press. The ongoing mission of the University of Georgia Press is to publish exemplary, diverse scholarly and creative work. Boyd and Greenlee will represent the Press in seeking book projects in a wide range of subjects, including foodways, gender, history, journalism, labor, politics, race, justice and the South, broadly interpreted. Body and Greenlee’s editorial work will be supported in part by the Press’s Sarah Mills Hodge Fund, which underwrites publications in the areas of African and African American history, culture, and literature.

Valerie Boyd 

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