Current Issues

A glimpse into our current issues:

South Carolina Historical Magazine
Volume 115, Number 2

(Available December 2014)

  • “Binding the Republic Together: The Early Political Thought of John C. Calhoun,” by John G. Grove
  • “‘The Consequence of This Rigorously Protestant View of History’: The Anglo-Catholic Mind of Frederick Adolphus Porcher,” by Mitchell G. Klingenberg
  • Reviews of eight books: Recovering the Piedmont Past: Unexplored Moments in Nineteenth-Century Upcountry South Carolina History; Living a Big War in a Small Place: Spartanburg, South Carolina, during the Confederacy; The Strange Career of Porgy and Bess: Race, Culture, and America’s Most Famous Opera; Slavery, Disease, and Suffering in the Southern Lowcountry; The Journal of Peter Horry, South Carolinian: Recording the New Republic, 1812–1814; African-Atlantic Cultures and the South Carolina Lowcountry; De Bow’s Review: The Antebellum Vision of a New South; Farming Dissenters: The Regulator Movement in Piedmont North Carolina
  • archives updates and news from the SCHS and the College of Charleston

Carologue
Winter 2014
Volume 30, Number 3
(Available January 2015)

  • “Visionary in the Backwoods: Dr. John Perkins Barratt Introduces Modern Science to Upstate South Carolina in 1846 Erskine Address,” by Richard H. Haldeman
  • “The CSS Hunley: Could Submarine Attacks Have Ended the Union Blockade of Charleston?” by Craig Campbell
  • “A Sesquicentennial Tale of Two Cities,” by Peg Eastman
  • “General Sherman’s War on the People: Excerpts from South Carolina Civilians in Sherman’s Path,” by Karen Stokes