Call for Article Submissions & Announcement of New Academic Journal
The editors of Native South, a new academic journal published by the University of Nebraska press that will focus on native peoples in the American South, seek full-length scholarly article manuscripts as well as shorter essays on on-going research, salient scholarly issues, or any other aspect of the field. The purpose of the journal is to investigate Southeastern Indian history in its own right (to encourage the study of Southeastern Indians as worthy subjects of historical inquiry) and to examine the relationships and connections between Southeastern Indians and other Indian and non-Indian peoples, with the ultimate goal to expose the influences of Indian peoples on the South’s history and culture. The journal challenges the conception that Southern history is only black and white and will expose the various ways that Indian peoples influenced the region’s past and present.
The deadline for submissions to the inaugural issue will be 31 May 2008 and submissions after the deadline will be welcome for consideration for future issues.
Submissions, correspondence, and questions should be directed to the executive editor, James Carson, at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Kingston ON, K7L 3N6, Canada
James Taylor Carson, Queen’s University, executive editor
Robbie Ethridge, University of Mississippi, associate editor
Greg O’Brien, University of Southern Mississippi, associate editor
The website for the journal is: http://nebraskapress.unl.edu/catalog/productinfo.aspx?id=673964
Subscription information can also be found at the website.
Dr. Greg O'Brien
Department of History
University of Southern Mississippi
118 College Drive #5047
Hattiesburg MS 39406-5047
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