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Southern Spaces

Southern Spaces 
Discipline Area studies on the Southern United States
Language English
Edited by Allen Tullos
Publication details
Publisher
Robert W. Woodruff Library Digital Library Research Initiatives, Emory University (United States)
Publication history
2004-present
Yes
Indexing
ISSN 1551-2754
Links
  • Journal homepage
  • Online access

Southern Spaces is a peer-reviewed open-access academic journal that publishes articles, photo essays and images, presentations, and short videos about real and imagined spaces and places of the Southern United States and their connections to the wider world. The intended audience includes researchers and teachers, students in and out of classrooms, library patrons, and the general public.

A multimedia digital publication, Southern Spaces encourages the representation and analysis of many souths and southern regions, the critical scrutiny of any monolithic "South," the discovery of time-space relationships, and the mapping of expressive cultural forms associated with place. The journal covers areas such as geography, southern studies, regional studies, women's studies, queer studies, public health, and African American, Native American, and American studies.

Southern Spaces is published by the Robert W. Woodruff Library of Emory University.

External links

  • Official website
  • Review
  • Sarah Toton and Katherine Skinner. " in the ClassroomSouthern SpacesA Space of Our Own: Bridging New Media and Traditional Scholarship with " Journal of Online Teaching and Learning Fall 2006.
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