Visit Southern Spaces at: http://www.southernspaces.org
Southern Spaces is a peer-reviewed, online journal exploring the real and imagined places of the American South and their connections with the wider world. The journal welcomes submissions from scholars, photographers, and visual artists in such areas as geography, southern studies, regional studies, African American, Native, and American Studies, women's studies, LGBTQ studies, and public health. Since its launch in 2004, Southern Spaces has worked closely with MARBL to publish materials from the library's rich Southern History collections.
The following Southern Spaces articles incorporate MARBL materials into innovative digital scholarship.
Clive Webb. "Counterblast: How the Atlanta Temple Bombing Strengthened the Civil Rights Cause." Southern Spaces, 22 June 2009.
Margaret T. McGehee. "A Plague of Bulldozers: Celestine Sibley and Suburban Sprawl." Southern Spaces, 9 March 2009.
Christine McCulloch."Glimpsing Andalusia in the O'Connor-Hester Letters." Southern Spaces, 23 October 2008.
Michael Moon. "Wherein the South Differs from the North: Naming Persons, Naming Places, and the Need for Visionary Geographies." Southern Spaces, 16 May 2008.