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  Volume 50, Number 1, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Fifty Years

1961: Fifty Years of the Southeastern Geographer

pp. 1-4

Idle Rural Land Phenomena in Madison County, Georgia: (Originally published in Southeastern Geographer, 1:39–49.)

pp. 5-14

Commentary on Merle C. Prunty’s Idle Rural Land Phenomena in Madison County, Georgia

pp. 15-16

Research Articles

The Formation of a Hispanic Enclave in Nashville, Tennessee

pp. 17-38

From Entrepreneurialism to Social Regulation: Nashville’s Business Elite and Local Education

pp. 39-57

Rediscovering Rural Appalachian Communities with Historical GIS

pp. 58-82

Contrasting High North-East Pacific Tropical Cyclone Activity with Low North Atlantic Activity

pp. 83-98

Introduction: Why a Political Ecology of the U.S. South?

pp. 99-109

Alien Invaders, Plant Thugs, and the Southern Curse: Framing Kudzu as Environmental Other through Discourses of Fear

pp. 110-129

Theorizing an Alternative Understanding of ‘Disconnects’ between Science and Management

pp. 130-146

Sewing Environmental Justice into African-American Sweetgrass Basket-Making in the South Carolina Lowcountry

pp. 147-168


A Love of the Land: Selected Writing of John Fraser Hart (review)

pp. 169-170

Picturing Indians: Photographic Encounters and Tourist Fantasies in H.H. Bennett’s Wisconsin Dells (review)

pp. 170-172

Separate Peoples, One Land: The Minds of Cherokees, Blacks, and Whites on the Tennessee Frontier (review)

pp. 173-175

King: The Social Archaeology of a Late Mississippian Town in Northwestern Georgia (review)

pp. 175-178

The Lost State of Franklin: America’s First Secession (review)

pp. 178-181

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