Kathleen Clark is the author of Defining Moments: African American Commemoration and Political Culture in the American South and is co-editor of Georgia Women: Their Lives and Times, V. 2. She has published articles on historical memory, commemoration, Margaret Mitchell, and Gone With the Wind. Her current research project explores the origins, production, reception, and ongoing history of Gone With the Wind.
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