free access   II. Black Geographies

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From: Southeastern Geographer

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In recognition of Black Geographies as one of the three themes of AAG's 2018 Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Southeastern Geographer offers free access to a Virtual Issue on Black Geographies. Here, we seek to give due to Black geographies scholarship and seminal geographies of race which helped bring about the formal creation of Black geographies as a subfield of the discipline of Geography. We bring together a selection of articles from the past quarter century of the Southeastern Geographer, each providing distinct and vital insights into key geographic themes like the production of space, the importance of region, and questions of justice.

free access   Introduction

pp. 1-18

free access   Remediating a Sense of Place: Memory and Environmental Justice in Anniston, Alabama

Originally published: Volume 57, Number 1, Spring 2017
pp. 62-79
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free access   Marronage as a Past and Present Geography in the Americas

Originally published: Volume 57, Number 1, Spring 2017
pp. 30-50
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free access   Geographies of the Past: Rice, Slaves and Technological Transfer in South Carolina

Originally published: Volume 33, Number 2, November 1993
pp. 127-147
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free access   The Assassination of Clementa Pinckney

Originally published: Volume 56, Number 1, Spring 2016
pp. 38-44
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free access   Black Geographic possibilities: On a Queer Black South

Originally published: Volume 57, Number 1, Spring 2017
pp. 80-95
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free access   Geographies of Resistance Within the Black Belt South

Originally published: Volume 57, Number 1, Spring 2017
pp. 51-61
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free access   The ‘Radical’ Welcome Table: Faith, Social Justice, and the Spiritual Geography of Mother Emanuel in Charleston, South Carolina

Originally published: Volume 56, Number 1, Spring 2016
pp. 16-21
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free access   Commentary: Worn out

Originally published: Volume 57, Number 1, Spring 2017
pp. 96-100
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free access   Articulating Agrarian Racism: Statistics and Plantationist Empirics

Originally published: Volume 57, Number 1, Spring 2017
pp. 12-29
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free access   Social Justice and Neoliberal Discourse

Originally published: Volume 47, Number 1, May 2007
pp. 97-100
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free access   Memorial for Alton Sterling, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 2016

Originally published: Volume 57, Number 1, Spring 2017
pp. 1-3
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