The Southern Historian is an annual journal published by graduate students in history. It contains the best available graduate student research in the field of Southern history, as well as book reviews by graduate students in all fields of history.
We are currently soliciting manuscripts for our 2002 issue (Vol. XXIII). All active graduate students are welcome to contribute manuscripts for consideration. Submissions should be 20 to 30 pages, including end notes, and should consist of three hard copies and one electronic copy.
Mark A. Smith, Editor
The University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 34587-0212
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