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Mind and Place: Michael O’Brien and the American South (Guest Post by David Moltke-Hansen)

[ Editor’s note: The following guest post comes to us from David Moltke Hansen, Independent Scholar and Founding Co-Editor of the Cambridge University Press series Cambridge Studies on the American South. This is the first in a series of guest posts, curated by Sarah Gardner, collectively entitled “Michael O’Brien, Intellectual History, and the History of the American South,” which will be appearing today and on the following three Fridays. You can read more about the series here. — Ben Alpers] The label southern intellectual historian only really fit Michael O’Brien for the first dozen years of his career. That claim Read more