Help Southern Cultures turn the page.
For nearly twenty-five years, we’ve been an invaluable resource for scholars and students worldwide, and provided smart southern writing to readers everywhere—from Natchez to Nepal and everywhere in between. As a non-profit journal, we depend on the generous support of our readers, donors, and partners to produce thoughtful content with a visual punch. Your contribution helps us ensure the next twenty years and provides support for:
Because you can’t have an essay on Muhammad Ali without a photo of Muhammad Ali.
We work with artists to create content—from commissioned cover art to color photo essays and digital features—because 1,000 words don’t always tell the whole story.
Video & Audio Production
Loose Leaf presents content that extends conversations started in our pages, including interviews with Julian Bond, Bulgarian Ambassador Elena Poptodorova, and Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers.
Help us grow the gang. We provide hands-on editorial experience to students through summer internships and graduate fellowships.
To support Southern Cultures, you can make a secure contribution online. Please visit the Center’s gift page and choose the Southern Cultures Gift Fund. You can also send a tax-deductible donation of any amount to:
The Arts & Sciences Foundation
Attn: Southern Cultures Gift Fund
134 E. Franklin Street, CB 6115
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-6115
*Please note in the memo line of your check that your gift is for the Southern Cultures Gift Fund. For any questions, or to discuss supporting Southern Cultures in more detail, please contact our Development Officer, Mark Newman, by phone at (919) 843-3919, or by email.
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