Dr. Angie Maxwell
Director of the Diane D. Blair Center for Southern Politics and Society, Diane D. Blair Professor of Southern Studies
Office: 506A Old Main
Angie Maxwell (Ph.D. American Studies, University of Texas, Austin) is the Diane D. Blair Professor of Southern Studies and an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
She is the co-editor of Unlocking V. O. Key, Jr.: Southern Politics for the Twenty-first Century (University of Arkansas Press, 2011) and The Ongoing Burden of Southern History: Politics and Identity in the Twenty-first Century South (Louisiana State University Press, 2012), and the editor of the new edition of Ralph McGill's A Church, A School (University of South Carolina Press, 2012). Her articles have appeared in Race and Social Problems, Presidential Studies Quarterly, the Journal of Black Studies, Social Science Quarterly, and The Southern Quarterly. Her new book, The Indicted South: Public Criticism, Southern Inferiority, and the Politics of Whiteness, is forthcoming in April 2014 from the University of North Carolina Press.
She is a co-founder of the Blair Center-Clinton School Poll, an election year survey that reveals national and regional voting behavior and preferences and is co-chair of the Politics and Policy Caucus of the American Studies Association.