The Southern Historian is currently seeking original scholarly work by graduate student focusing on the history and culture of the American South for our thirty-fourth issue.
The deadline for manuscript submission is October 1, 2012, but early submissions are strongly encouraged. Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced, no more than 20 pages, and should use footnotes (formatted using the Chicago Manual of Style). An electronic copy (including footnotes) of the manuscript should be submitted in Microsoft Word format.
Contributors must be active graduate students. The authorís name and contact information should appear only on the cover sheet.
We employ the blind refereeing method, using at least three references for each manuscript. All referees are doctoral students from various universities. Each referee will return a report and an edited copy to the Editor, who will then forward them to the author. If conditionally accepted for publication, the author will be expected to make revisions before a final determination on publication will be made.
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