Our spring 2020 issue of 64 Parishes introduces you to our 2020 Humanities Awards winners, headlined by Melissa Weber’s interview with composer and musician Terence Blanchard. Additionally, read about Documentary Film of the Year Mossville, When Great Trees Fall; Champion of Culture LSU Press; Michael P. Smith Documentary Photography Winner Charles M. Lovell; Museum Exhibition of the Year Per(Sister) at the Newcomb Art Museum; an excerpt from Humanities Book of the Year Solitary by Albert Woodfox, and more.
The issue also includes:
- Rien Fertel’s toothsome sojourn to the Evangeline Maid Bread factory
- John Bardes’s account of the dangers of Sailing While Black in antebellum New Orleans
- Richard Campanella’s look at the urban geography of prisons
- Ben Sandmel’s music and folklore research road trips through the Florida Parishes
Plus stories by our partners at the Historic New Orleans Collection, Shreveport Regional Arts Council, Arts and Humanities Council of Southwest Louisiana, the Tennessee Williams Festival, and the Alexandria Museum of Art.
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