The Southern Historian is now soliciting manuscripts from active graduate students throughout the English-speaking world on all aspects of Southern History. Our view of Southern History is that it is a broad and rich field for historical scholarship that includes the former Spanish borderlands, the American Southwest--which experienced both slavery and Civil War battles--and the Upper South. We are, of course, receptive to draft articles on the Civil War, Reconstruction, and Civil Rights.
The Southern Historian is an annual journal published in late April-early May at The University of Alabama under the direction of the Department of History and the Media Planning Board. The Southern Historian is a non-profit journal that highlights the best new articles in Southern history and culture and also Book Reviews of the latest books in all fields of American history. Each issue is written, edited, and produced entirely by graduate students. It is an important venue for graduate students to get their work published.
If you are interested in submitting a manuscript or writing a book review, please call us at 205-348-1868, or email us at the addresses below.
Jonathon Hooks or Christian McWhirter,
The Southern Historian, The University of Alabama, Box 870212, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0212
Phone: 205-348-1868, Fax 205-348-0670
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