In this Issue
- Volume 57, Number 1, Spring 2017
- Special Issue: Black Geographies in and of the United States South
- Guest Editors: Adam Bledsoe, LaToya Eaves, and Brian Williams
Southeastern Geographer has been published since 1962 and has been distributed by the prestigious University of North Carolina Press since 2004. Available both online and in traditional hard copy, Southeastern Geographer is considered by many to be one of the best regional geography journals in the United States.
Journal Focus: Southeastern Geographer is a quarterly publication of the Southeastern Division of the American Association of Geographers. Building on its history as a regional journal, the journal publishes geographic research that engages with conditions and events in “the south”, broadly construed, as they relate to conditions and events that extend over broader geographical reaches. The journal invites scholarship highlighting the social, cultural, economic, and political diversity and broad climate and ecosystem variability that links “the south” to processes, flows, and conditions that extend across the country, continent and globe. Southeastern Geographer is available both in print and digitally, via several e-book platforms, and via Project Muse.
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