Southern Spaces: An Internet Journal and Scholarly Forum
Southern Spaces is a peer-reviewed Internet journal and scholarly forum that provides open access to essays, interviews and performances, events and conferences, gateways, and annotated links about real and imagined spaces and places of the U. S. South. We intend our audience to be researchers and teachers, students in and out of classrooms, library patrons, and the general public.
A multimedia digital publication, Southern Spaces encourages the representation and analysis of many souths and southern regions, the critical scrutiny of any monolithic "South," the discovery of time-space formations and relationships and the mapping of expressive cultural forms associated with place.
Southern Spaces provides a forum for innovative scholarship by taking advantage of the Internet's capabilities to deliver audio, video, interactive imagery, and text in a rapid and timely fashion while also facilitating new ways of organizing, presenting, and updating research. By providing permanent URLs and electronic archiving for published materials, Southern Spaces makes a commitment to a stable digital presence for scholarly endeavors.
Southern Spaces is supported by the Robert W. Woodruff Library of Emory University and is freely available to individuals and institutions. Members of the editorial board oversee the rigorous peer review process for the journal and help to set standards that ensure the quality of the journal. Copyright of essays and other content is retained by the authors, with limited rights granted to Southern Spaces in order to ensure the journal's maintenance of the submissions online and in its archives. The Robert W. Woodruff Library maintains the archive as part of its Digital Library Research Initiatives.
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