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Southern Anthropologist

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.

Previous Issues

Winter 2014 (Volume 36, Number 1)
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Margaret Williamson Huber
"Video" means "I See": Media and Anthropological Instruction
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Elizabeth Elliott Cooper
Pop Culture Pedagogy: Television and Film as Simulated Ethnographic Data
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Aaron Thornburg
Stories and/of Self: Using Digital Storytelling in the Anthropology Classroom
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Suellen R. Regonini
“What will this do for my career?” Teaching Cultural Diversity to Design Students in a For-Profit Institution
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Elizabeth Elliott Cooper and Max Stein
Audiovisual Media as a Pedagogical Tool: A Brief Annotated Bibliography
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Winter 2010 (Volume 35, Number 2)
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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
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David S. Lowry
‘I Know You!’: Understanding Racial Experience and Racial Practice within the Lumbee Indian Community
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):26-51
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Erica Gibson
‘You Have to go North to Find the South’: Situating Central Florida in the South for Birth Research
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):52-68
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Maris Boyd Gillette
A Chinese Case Study in Using Psychoanalysis for Ethnography
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):69-83
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From the Field: Student Papers
Hannah Burgwyn
Memory-Keepers: An Ethnographic Look at Female Agency among Italian-Americans
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):84-97
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Leah Smith
How Memory Affects Sense of Self: Stories of Traumatic Brain Injury
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):98-116
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Katie Case
Book Review: Tacos and Tacquerias in North Cackalacky
Southern Anthropologist 35(2):117-118
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Summer 2010 (Volume 35, Number 1)
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Special Issue: Race and ethnicity in the New south
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Robert Shanafelt
Fractured Circles of Race: A Heuristic Model for Teaching about Racial Categorization in Anthropological and Historical Perspective
Southern Anthropologist 35(1):1-20
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Ann Kingsolver
Talk of ‘Broken Borders’ and Stone Walls: Anti-immigrant Discourse and Legislation from California to South Carolina
Southern Anthropologist 35(1):21-40
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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
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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
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Spring/Fall 2009 (Volume 34, Numbers 1 & 2)
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Katherine Bunting-Howart, Avi Brisman, Willett Kempton, Dorothy C. Holland, and Peggy F. Barlett Structures for Environmental Action[PDF]
Jonathan Broussard (Ad)Dressing Masculinity: Male Cosplay Performance at Fan Cons[PDF]
Margaret Williamson Huber Teaching Star Trek as Anthropology[PDF]
Julia Elinor Roberts, Kimberly Marie Jones, Luçandra Ramos Espirito Santos, Mauro José Guedes Roque, Marise Fagundes Silveira, and Amaro Sérgio Marques Expanding Access to HIV Testing in Northern Minas Gerais, Brazil[PDF]
Michael McCabe Spatial Mobility and Cultural Capital: Latino Students at Emma Elementary[PDF]
Spring/Fall 2008 (Volume 33, Numbers 1 & 2)
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Kathryn A. Hudepohl Kalinago Ethnicity and Ancestral Knowledge[PDF]
Emanuel J. Dreschel Mobilian Jargon in Historiography: An Exercise in the Ethnography of Speaking[PDF]
Robert Shanafelt Synergy, Meshworks, and the Nature of Anthropology: A Teaching Perspective[PDF]
Spring/Fall 2006 (Volume 32, Numbers 1 & 2)
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Miles Richardson The Place of Understanding in a Phenomenology of You[PDF]
Jenny James The Dog Tribe[PDF]
Spring/Fall 2005 (Volume 31, Numbers 1 & 2)
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Margaret Bender Glimpses of Local Masculinities: Learning from Interviews with Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, and Chicksaw Men[PDF]
Lisa J. Lefler “My Boys Act Like Midwives”: Changes Across Three Generations of Indian Fathers[PDF]
Laura Hobson Herlihy Indigenous Masculinities in the Global Lobster Economy[PDF]
Willie L. Baber, Robert E. Aronson, and Larry D. Melton Ideal and Stereotypical Masculinity and Issues of Adjustment to College Life for Men of Color[PDF]
Winter 2004 (Volume 30, Number 2)
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Spring 2004 (Volume 30, Number 1)
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Spring 2003 (Volume 29, Number 2)
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Fall 2002 (Volume 29, Number 1)
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Spring 2002 (Volume 28, Number 2)
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Fall 2001 (Volume 28, Number 1)
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Fall/Winter 2000 (Volume 27, Number 2)
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Spring/Summer 2000 (Volume 27, Number 1)
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Fall 1999 (Volume 26, Number 2)
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Spring/Summer 1999 (Volume 26, Number 1)
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Fall 1998 (Volume 25, Number 2)
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Spring/Summer 1998 (Volume 25, Number 1)
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Fall 1997 (Volume 24, Number 2)
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Spring/Summer 1997 (Volume 24, Number 1)
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Editor’s Corner, p 3 President’ Column, p 5 SAS Endowment, p 6 S A S Members Invited to Join email List-service, by Tim Wallace, p 7 “The Tripartite Division of Labor in US Higher Education Revisited,” by Kendall Blanchard, p 8 “Anencephaly and Spina Bifida Among the Guatemalan-Maya of South Florida,” by Melissa Mayo, p 20 “Ongi Etorri, Euskaldunak! (Welcome Basque People!): the Basque Lodging House as a Cultural ‘Place’,” by John Dwight Hines, p 28 Information on Choctaw Genesis, Mooney Award Winner, inside back cover
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Fall 1996 (Volume 23, Number 2)
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Fall 1996 (Volume 23, Number 1)
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Fall 1995 (Volume 22, Number 3)
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Editor’s Corner, p 3 President’s Column, p 5 SAS People, p 10 Upcoming Field Schools: Costa Rica, p 11 Reminder about the Upcoming Meetings in Baton Rouge for ’96, p 13 Discussion on Hiring Professional Management Associates, p 14 The SAS Endowment, p 18 “The New York African Burial Ground Phenomenon,” by Michael L. Blakey, p 18 “The Sexual Economy of Women and HIV in Uganda: A Critical Biocultural Analysis,” by Ron Barrett, p 27 Information on Flowerdew Hundred, 1994 Mooney Award Winner, inside back cover
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Summer 1995 (Volume 22, Number 2)
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Spring 1995 (Volume 22, Number 1)
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Fall 1994 (Volume 21, Number 2)
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Spring 1994 (Volume 21, Number 1)
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Fall 1993 (Volume 20, Number 3)
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Summer 1993 (Volume 20, Number 2)
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Winter 1993 (Volume 20, Number 1)
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Summer 1992 (Volume 19, Number 3)
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Spring 1992 (Volume 19, Number 2)
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Summer 1991 (Volume 18, Number 3)
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Spring 1991 (Volume 18, Number 2)
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Fall 1990 (Volume 18, Number 1)
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Summer 1990 (Volume 17, Number 3)
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Spring 1990 (Volume 17, Number 2)
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Fall 1989 (Volume 17, Number 1)
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Summer 1989 (Volume 16, Number 3)
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Winter 1989 (Volume 16, Number 2)
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Fall 1988 (Volume 16, Number 1)
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Summer 1988 (Volume 15, Number 3)
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Fall 1987 (Volume 15, Number 1)
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Summer 1987 (Volume 14, Number 3)
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Winner 1987 (Volume 14, Number 2)
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Fall 1986 (Volume 14, Number 1)
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Winter 1986 (Volume 13, Number 2)
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Fall 1985 (Volume 13, Number 1)
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Fall 1984 (Volume 12, Number 1)
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Fall 1972 (Volume 2, Number 2)
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Summer 1972 (Volume 2, Number 1)
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1968-77 Index to
Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings
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