For instance, the New Georgia Encyclopedia
The Civil War in Georgia; a new Georgia encyclopedia companion.
of Georgia) collects selected articles from the New Georgia Encyclopedia, an online multimedia publication, on the Civil War in Georgia, with articles on events leading up to the war, including secession; military actions such as the Atlanta campaign and Sherman's March to the Sea; military support and services like prisons, hospitals, factories, and plantations; politics and policies; and issues such as home-front conditions, slavery, emancipation, dissent, Unionism, welfare and poverty, and the experiences and activities of African Americans and women.
The New Georgia Encyclopedia
and MNopedia, the Minnesota Encyclopedia, both invite contributions.
The Civil War in Georgia: A New Georgia Encyclopedia
Companion uses selected articles drawn from the New Georgia Encyclopedia
to cover the Georgia Civil War experience and provides the latest scholarship discussing how the Civil War affected individual states.
The New Georgia Encyclopedia Companion to Georgia Literature, edited by Hugh Ruppersburg and John C.
Not surprisingly, a different perspective prevails in the Companion to Georgia Literature, the first in a series of subject volumes planned by The New Georgia Encyclopedia.
Barbara Ann Wade, author of Frances Newman: Southern Satirist and Literary Rebel (1998), concludes her New Georgia Encyclopedia discussion of the modernist writer by stating that Newman was "denounced by the influential Southern Agrarians because she unveiled the pervasive sexism and racism of the patriarchal South" (338).
In addition, to author entries, the New Georgia Encyclopedia contains pieces on major works by Erskine Caldwell, Lillian Smith, and other prominent writers.
History instructor Michael Kirkland and BC freshman Clint Long have been invited to submit an article on political consultant Vernon Jordan for publication in the New Georgia Encyclopedia
of Georgia) provide an encyclopedia of literature by writers associated with Georgia that is drawn from the online New Georgia Encyclopedia