Southern Anthropologist (ISSN: 1554-4133) is the peer-reviewed journal of the Southern Anthropological Society. The editors welcome essays and book and film reviews that broaden anthropological knowledge of all subdisciplines in anthropology and their applied forms.
A single edition of the Southern Anthropologist will be out at the end of the year with a major section on using digital media in teaching anthropology. The expectation is to return to a twice-a-year format in 2013.
We invite submissions for future issues at any time. Submissions and inquiries can be sent to email@example.com. Submissions should contain a brief (200 word) abstract and conform to the “AAA Style Guide” (2009) accessible here.
In addition, if you have an idea for a collection of articles around a central theme for a future issue, we would be happy to discuss those possibilities. Book and film reviews (approximately 800 words or less) are also welcome.
We are also considering adding a “Research Notes” section that will allow us to feature innovative and important research in progress; these research reports will also be submitted to a review process.
If you have a potential submission of any kind, or would like to have your name added to a list of reviewers for submissions, please send your information to the email address above.
|Volume 35, Number 2||Winter 2010|
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|Daniella Ann Cook
Disrupted but Not Destroyed: Fictive-Kinship Networks among Black Educators in Post-Katrina New Orleans
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):1-25
|David S. Lowry
‘I Know You!’: Understanding Racial Experience and Racial Practice within the Lumbee Indian Community
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):26-51
‘You Have to go North to Find the South’: Situating Central Florida in the South for Birth Research
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):52-68
|Maris Boyd Gillette
A Chinese Case Study in Using Psychoanalysis for Ethnography
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):69-83
|From the Field: Student Papers|
Memory-Keepers: An Ethnographic Look at Female Agency among Italian-Americans
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):84-97
How Memory Affects Sense of Self: Stories of Traumatic Brain Injury
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):98-116
Book Review: Tacos and Tacquerias in North Cackalacky
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):117-118
|Volume 35, Number 1||Summer 2010|
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Special Issue: Race and ethnicity in the New south
Fractured Circles of Race: A Heuristic Model for Teaching about Racial Categorization in Anthropological and Historical Perspective
Southern Anthropologist 35(1):1-20
Talk of ‘Broken Borders’ and Stone Walls: Anti-immigrant Discourse and Legislation from California to South Carolina
Southern Anthropologist 35(1):21-40
|Annette Louise Bickford
The Merciful Executioner: Spectacles of Sexual Danger and National Reunification in the George Stinney Case, 1944
Southern Anthropologist 35(1):41-61
|Cassandra White, Valéria Regina Arruda,
Clarissa Dias, Douglas Ribeiro
Reflecting on Race, Class, and Identity: Brazilians in North Georgia
Southern Anthropologist 35(1):62-81