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Subject: Southern Spaces
Publisher: Southern Spaces
An Emory University Digital Library Research Initiative
Southern Spaces is an internet journal and scholarly forum, sponsored by
Emory University and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, which provides
access to peer-reviewed essays, gateways, events and conferences,
and performances, and annotated weblinks on the American South.
The Editorial Board is commissioning online contextual materials on the
South, using ideas of place and space as organizing principles. Areas of
emphasis include: Arts and Media; Economy and Social Class; Environment;
Foodways, Traditions, and Rituals; History; Gender and Sexuality;
Geographies; Literature and Language; Politics and Government; Race and
Ethnicity; Religion; Social Movements and Sports and Leisure. Southern
Spaces currently welcomes inquiries from those who are interested in
publishing materials on this site.
Southern Spaces is currently supported by the Robert W. Woodruff Library
Emory University and is freely available to individuals and
Members of the editorial board oversee the rigorous peer review process
the journal and help to set standards that ensure the quality of the
journal. Copyright of essays and other content is retained by the
with limited rights granted to Southern Spaces in order to ensure the
journal's maintenance of the submissions online and in its archives. The
Robert W. Woodruff Library will maintain the archive as part of its
Library Research Initiatives. All Southern Spaces publications will
at their URL addresses permanently.
The online format of this journal enables authors to include color
videos, and sound clips with their submissions. The author must own all
submitted images, videos, and sound clips or must obtain permission from
copyright holder(s) to use all images, videos, and sound clips prior to
This journal provides open access to all of its content on the principle
that making research freely available to the public supports a greater
global exchange of knowledge. Such access is associated with increased
readership and increased citation of an author's work.
Robert W. Woodruff Library
540 Asbury Circle
Atlanta, Georgia 30322-2870
Phone: 404 712 2504
Fax: 404 727 0827
Content available online.
Current Issue: June 2005
Date: 8 August 2005