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Southern Spaces
A journal about real and imagined spaces and places of the US South and their global connections

The Liminal Site

...the start, and quite unavoidably (given the glory of the site), I imagined my garden as site-specific art, a celebration of both place and space. What I wanted—my wife, far...

Memorializing the Freedom Riders

...fear of racial vandalism at the site, making all the more clear the need for remembrance. However, no vandalism has taken place at the site of the historical marker, reports...

Crossing Over: Sustainability, New Urbanism, and Gentrification in Austin, Texas

...Austin Now, KLRU, http://www.klru.org/austinnow/archives/gentrification/index.php, accessed August 31, 2011; Ben Wash, interview with the author, March 30, 2007; "Ben's Long Branch Bar-B-Q," Southern Foodways Alliance Southern BBQ Trail, http://www.southernfoodways.org/interview/bens-long-branch-bar-b-q/, accessed August...

Mountaintop Removal in Central Appalachia

...here are at least twice that of the rest of the country. The people are mainly a rural, white population whose families have lived in Appalachia for generations, dating back...

The Digital Yoknapatawpha Project

...There is a complementary challenge for the site's users who ultimately ask themselves, "How is this site imagined?" In some ways, our project occupies middle ground between the "real spaces"...

Toxic Knowledge: A Review of Baptized in PCBs

...a training site near Anniston. By the early 1960s, the Army's entire Chemical-Biological-Radiological Corps Command was moved to Anniston, and the site also became home to a chemical weapons storage...