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Unlocking V.O. Key Jr

Angie Maxwell

Unlocking V.O. Key Jr

"southern politics" for the twenty-first century

by Angie Maxwell

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Published by University of Arkansas Press in Fayetteville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • Political culture,
  • Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Angie Maxwell and Todd G. Shields
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF216.2 .U65 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24853129M
    ISBN 101557289611
    ISBN 109781557289612
    LC Control Number2011017765


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Shields. V. Key Jr.'s two central insights in Southern Politics () were that beneath an outwardly solid South, defined by forced unity that was maintained to keep African Americans subordinate, white politics was largely fragmented and disorganized; and that in such a fragmented polity, unstructured by ongoing competition between organized political parties, the white and black have Author: J.

Morgan Kousser. 2nd Blair Legacy Series Conference: “Unlocking V. Key, Jr.” Sixty years ago, with a research grant from The Rockefeller Foundaion, V. Key Jr. published his seminal work, Southern Politics in State and ’s book redefined the field of southern politics and remains one of the most cited and influential works not only in 20th-century political science, but in southern history.

An accomplished educator and researcher, Shields has published dozens of journal articles and is the co-author or co-editor of several books, including The Persuadable Voter: Wedge Issues in Presidential Campaigns, which won the American Political Science Association’s Robert E.

Lane Award for the best book in Political is the co-author of Unlocking V.O. Key Jr.: "Southern Occupation: Dean, Professor of Political Science.

She is the co-editor of Unlocking V. Key, Jr. (Arkansas, ), The Ongoing Burden of Southern History (LSU, ), and The Legacy of Second Wave Feminism in American Politics (Palgrave, ), and editor of the new edition of Ralph McGill’s A Church, A School (South Carolina, ). Supported with a foreword by Byron E.

Shafer that provides an overview of Key's major contributions as a political scientist, and concluding with Wayne Parent's discussion of Key and the contemporary student, Unlocking V.O. Key Jr. is a must-read companion to the classic Southern Politics in State and Nation.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxxii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm: Contents: Foreword: the master, the acolytes, and the study of American politics / Byron E. Shafer --Introduction: unlocking V.O. Key Jr. / Todd Shields and Angie Maxwell --The morality-driven South: populists, prohibitionists, religion, and V.O.

Key Jr.'s Southern politics. She is also the co-editor of Unlocking V. Key, Jr.: Southern Politics for the Twenty-first Century (University of Arkansas Press, ) and The Ongoing Burden of Southern History: Politics and Identity in the Twenty-first Century South (Louisiana State University Press, ), and the editor of the new edition of Ralph McGill’s A Church, A.

V.O. Key, Jr.: the quintessential political scientist by Andrew M Lucker (Book); V.O. Key, Jr. and the study of American politics (Book); Unlocking V.O. Key Jr.: Southern politics for the twenty-first century by Angie Maxwell (). He and eight scholars will measure what remains timeless in Key’s analysis and discuss his continuing contributions in the 21 st century.

They will meet in two closed sessions to work collaboratively and to discuss their contributions, which will be collected in a book, Unlocking V.O.

Key, Jr., to be published by the University of Arkansas Press. Unlocking V. Key Jr. “Southern Politics” for the Twenty-First Century.

Edited by Angie Maxwell and Todd G. Shields. Over sixty years ago, political scientist V. Key Jr. published his seminal work, Southern Politics in State and ’s book defined the field of southern politics and remains one of the most cited and influential works in twentieth-century political science and.

The Indicted South book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. By the s, the sectional reconciliation that had seemed achievable a /5.

Biography. V.O. Key was born in Austin, Texas. At about his father, a lawyer and land owner, sent him to McMurry College for his last two years of high school and first year of college.

He transferred to the University of Texas at Austin (B.A., ; M.A., ), and earned his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in His completed his dissertation, "The Techniques of Political. Title: Unlocking V.O. Key Jr. Adopted at: University of Alabama Course: PSCSouthern Politics Course Description: Examination of the party system of the Southern states in terms of its origin, nature, distribution of power, and impact on national politics.

Professor: Steven A. Borrelli Term: Spring She and Todd Shields co-edited Unlocking V.O. Key Jr.: “Southern Politics” for the Twenty-first Century, released by the University of Arkansas Press in spring Her future publications include an edited volume of the notebooks of journalist James Agee and a book titled Why Do They Live There?.

In addition to authoring The Indicted South, Maxwell co-edited Unlocking V. Key, Jr.: Southern Politics for the Twenty-first Century (University of Arkansas Press, ) and The Ongoing Burden of Southern History: Politics and Identity in the Twenty-first Century South (Louisiana State University Press, ).

Todd Shields, professor of political science, director of the Diane D. Blair Center of Southern Politics and Society, and dean of the Graduate School and International Education Shields’ research interests lie broadly in applied statistics and American elections.

He and Angie Maxwell co-edited Unlocking V.O. Key Jr.: “Southern Politics” for the Twenty-first Century, which was released. Unlocking V. Key Jr.: Southem Politics for the Twenty-First Century.

Edited by Angie Maxwell and Todd G. Shields. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, Pp. xxxii, Paper, $, ISBN ) In revisiting V. Key Jr.' s Southern Politics in State and Nation (Ne w. A tough but informative read about what it says on the cover: the long strategy in the US South to chase white voters.

Authors Maxwell and Shields trace the change and shift of these voters from the Democratic to Republican through the long history and not through the lens of any one particular election or event or person, etc. Focusing on racism, dropping the Equal Rights Amendment on the 4/5. Key, Jr., U.S.

political scientist known for his studies of the U.S. political process and for his contributions to the development of a more empirical and behavioral political science. Educated at the University of Texas (B.A., ; M.A., ) and the University of Chicago (Ph.D., ).

The responsible electorate: rationality in presidential voting, / V.O. Key, Jr. ; with the assistance of Milton C. Cummings, Jr. ; foreword by Arthur Maass Key, V.

(Valdimer Orlando), [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 17 libraries. Angie Maxwell - The Long Southern Strategy: How Chasing White Voters in the South Changed American Politics She is the co-editor of Unlocking V.

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Unlocking V. Key Jr.: Southern Politics for the Twenty-First Century provides a multifaceted approach to assessing the merits and enduring relevance of the most influential book on southern politics. The volume should be required reading for those who study the history and politics of the American South.

Maxwell, Angie, and Todd G. Shields, eds. Unlocking V.O. Key Jr.: "Southern Politics" for the Twenty-First Century (University of Arkansas Press; ) pages Ness, Gary C. "The Southern Politics Project and the Writing of Recent Southern History.".

Book Review for Journal of Southern History 79(1): Unlocking V. Key Jr.: Southern Politics for the Twenty-First Century. Edited by Angie Maxwell and Todd G. Shields. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, Book Review for Perspectives on Politics 9(2): The State of Disunion: Regional Sources of Modern.

The next video is starting stop. Loading. Key’s “South in the House” David A. Bateman, Cornell University Ira Katznelson, Columbia University John Lapinski, University of Pennsylvania V. Key’s Southern Politics in State and Nation continues to be a central text in political science, the single most important work in understanding the role of the South in American politics.

Angie Maxwell is the Diane D. Blair Professor of Southern Studies and an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. She received her Ph. in American Studies from the University of Texas. She is the co-editor of Unlocking V.

Key, Jr.: Southern Politics for the Twenty-first Century due out in May from the University of Arkansas Press. Ford, Pearl K. “V.O. Key’s Missing Link: Black Southern Political Culture and Development” Presented at the 2nd Annual Blair Legacy Series Conference, Unlocking V.O.

Key. April 1 File Size: KB. Book Reviews. Colored Cosmopolitanism: The Shared Struggle for Freedom in the United States and India. Joseph Kip Kosek. J Am Hist, Vol Issue 3, Unlocking V. Key Jr.: Southern Politics for the Twenty-First Century. Morgan Kousser. J Am Hist, Vol Issue 3, December Harold W.

Stanley Curriculum Vitae September Harold Watkins Stanley Office: Book Chapters “Reflections on Reading V.O. Key’s Southern Politics in State and Nation: Race, Politics, and Economics,” Unlocking V.O. Key, Jr., University of Arkansas Press, forthcoming.

Unlocking student potential should be a community priority. Palm Beach County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Robert Avossa, recently visited the .Shields, eds., UNLOCKING V.O. KEY, JR.: “Southern Politics” for the Twenty-First Century (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, ).

"Where Are We in History? in the Longest Run," with Pär Jason Engle, The Forum. She received her Ph. D. in American Studies from the University of Texas. She is the co-editor of Unlocking V.

O. Key, Jr.: Southern Politics for the Twenty-first Century due out in May from the University of Arkansas Press. Her recent publications have appeared inPresidential Studies Quarterly and the Journal of Black Studies.