Sewanee Books


The literary tradition at Sewanee has through the years evinced itself in books about the University itself and the town in which it resides. From Lanterns on the Levee to various pictorial books and former Vice-Chancellor Sam Williamson’s comprehensive history written at the University’s sesquicentennial in 2007, the urge to capture the mysterious beauty and meaning of The University of the South has produced a wealth of books that have delighted alumni and friends alike.