restricted access   Volume 57, Number 1, Spring 2017

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Black Geographies in and of the United States South

Guest Editors: Adam Bledsoe, LaToya Eaves, and Brian Williams

Cover Art

Memorial for Alton Sterling, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 2016

pp. 1-3

Editors’ Introduction

pp. 4-5

Part I: Papers

Introduction: Black Geographies in and of the United States South

pp. 6-11

Articulating Agrarian Racism: Statistics and Plantationist Empirics

pp. 12-29

Marronage as a Past and Present Geography in the Americas

pp. 30-50

Geographies of Resistance Within the Black Belt South

pp. 51-61

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

pp. 62-79

Black Geographic possibilities: On a Queer Black South

pp. 80-95

Commentary: Worn out

pp. 96-100

Part II: Reviews

Bourbon empire: the past and Future of America’s Whiskey by Reid Mitenbuler (review)

pp. 101-103

The Migration of peoples From the Caribbean to the Bahamas by Keith L. Tinker. (review)

pp. 103-105