64 Parishes

About

Louisiana is complicated. From The Delta to the Neutral Strip, we change shapes, add flavors, and remix sounds. Genius runs deep in the fields and bayous, and every generation emerges with new views on what it means to be from Louisiana. People gravitate here from around the world. We have food, fortitude, tragedies, and creativity for days, but you need to listen closely. 64 Parishes believes that every corner of Louisiana has something to say. We work with writers, artists, and communities to tell stories that explore our past and reflect on our present, stories that are all about Louisiana.

64 Parishes is a project of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (LEH). Since 1971, LEH has partnered with communities, institutions, and individuals to explore Louisiana’s past, reflect on our present, and imagine our future. LEH began publishing a quarterly magazine, Louisiana Cultural Vistas, in 1990. In 2008, LEH launched KnowLA, the online encyclopedia of Louisiana. 64 Parishes represents the evolution of this tradition, creating content that reflects the partnerships, programs, and mission of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities. Visit www.leh.org to learn more about LEH.

Team

Miranda Restovic
Publisher/Executive Director Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities

Erin M. Greenwald, PhD
Editor-in-Chief
greenwald@leh.org

Chris Turner-Neal
Managing Editor

Ann Glaviano
Senior Editor

Chris Robert
Assistant Media Editor
robert@leh.org

Erin Theriot
Magazine Designer

Morgan Randall
Marketing Coordinator

Contributing Editors

Debbie Fleming Caffery
www.debbieflemingcaffery.com

Michael Pasquier
@mpasquier

Maurice Carlos Ruffin
@MauriceRuffin