Natalie J. Ring
Natalie J. Ring is the associate dean for undergraduate studies in the School of Arts and Humanities as well as an associate professor of history at the University of Texas at Dallas, where her research and teaching interests include the cultural and intellectual history of the American South, Jim Crow, the global South, and crime and punishment in the late-nineteenth and twentieth centuries. She is the author of The Problem South: Region, Empire, and the New Liberal State, 1880–1930 (2012) and a coeditor of The Folly of Jim Crow: Rethinking the Segregated South (2012), a collection of essays offering a new look at the history and historiography of segregation. Currently she is working on a history of Angola Prison in Louisiana and a coedited collection on crime and punishment in the Jim Crow South.
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- Angola Prison in Louisiana: The History and Meaning of Place
- Mapping Regional and Tropical Pathologies: The South as a National and Global Problem
- Bugs, Worms, and Parasites: Combating Disease in the Progressive Era South
- Reassessing the Distinctiveness Question in Southern History