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The Journal of the Civil War Era
Edited by William Blair
Pennsylvania State University

The Journal of the Civil War Era, published by UNC Press and the George and Ann Richards Civil War Era Center at the Pennsylvania State University, will take advantage of the flowering of research on the many issues raised by the sectional crisis, war, Reconstruction, and memory of the conflict, while bringing fresh understanding to the struggles that defined the period, and by extension, the course of American history in the nineteenth century. The Journal of the Civil War Era aims to create a space where scholars across the many subfields that animate nineteenth-century history can enter into conversation with each other.

For more information, visit the journal's website.

Appalachian Heritage
Edited by Jason K.Howard
Berea College (thru the Appalachian Center)

Since its founding in 1973, Appalachian Heritage has been a leading literary magazine of the southern Appalachian region. In addition to art and photography by regional artists, the quarterly magazine publishes poetry, short stories, literary biography, and criticism by an interesting mix of well-established authors and promising new voices. Appalachian Heritage also includes book reviews and announcements of regional books, news, and literary events. The journal is based in the Appalachian Center of Berea College.

The Comparatist
Edited by Zahi Zalloua
Whitman College

The Comparatist is a sponsored journal of the Society of Comparative Literature and Arts. It has appeared in print annually since 1977. The University of North Carolina has published the journal since 2005.

Early American Literature
Edited by Sandra M. Gustafson
The University of Notre Dame

Founded in 1965, Early American Literature is the journal of the Division on American Literature to 1800 of the Modern Language Association. It is the only journal that focuses on the scholarship and criticism of American literature through the early national period. It typically includes six essays, an essay review or forum, and several book reviews.

High School Journal
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The High School Journal publishes articles dealing with adolescent growth, development, interests, beliefs, values, learning, and the like, as they affect school practice. In addition, it reports on research dealing with teacher, administrator, and student interaction within the secondary school setting. Successful teaching techniques are reported as is research on secondary school teaching and teaching techniques.

Southeastern Geographer
Edited by Drs. Andy Reese and David Cochran
University of Southern Mississippi

A quarterly publication of the Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers (www.sedaag.org), Southeastern Geographer has published the academic work of geographers and other social and physical scientists since 1961. The journal features peer-reviewed articles and essays that reflect sound scholarship and contain significant contributions to geographical understanding, with a special interest in work that focuses on the southeastern United States.

Southern Cultures
Edited by Harry L. Watson
and Jocelyn R. Neal
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

UNC Press joins with the UNC Center for the Study of the American South in publishing Southern Cultures. This journal explores the history, politics, folklore, literature, art, and social structures of the South. Each issue includes articles and essays; reviews of books, museum exhibitions, films, and sound recordings; and regular features, such as "South Polls," which present public opinion polls on topics of regional interest.

Southern Cultures is also available as an e-book for Amazon's Kindle. Click here for information.

Southern Literary Journal
Edited by Minrose Gwin and Florence Dore
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

As the premier publication devoted to the fiction, poetry, and drama of the American South, The Southern Literary Journal publishes a wealth of scholarly articles and reviews in every issue. A commitment to important early Southern writers--William Byrd, William Gilmore Simms, George Washington Cable--as well as to some of the most important American authors--Mark Twain, Kate Chopin, William Faulkner, Richard Wright, Tennessee Williams, and others--places SLJ at the center of American literary scholarship.

Studies in Philology
Edited by Reid Barbour
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Grounded in a long history of scholarly excellence as one of the first journals in literary criticism in the United States, Studies in Philology publishes articles on all aspects of British literature from the Middle Ages through Romanticism, and, also, articles on relations between British literature and works in the classical, Romance, and Germanic languages.


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