Southeastern Geographer

Articles from Vol. 44, No. 1, May

American Hegemony and the Irony of C. Vann Woodward's "The Irony of Southern History" (1)
The noted historian C. Vann Woodward made an influential contribution to the understanding of Southern identity through his essays "The Search for Southern Identity" and "The Irony of Southern History." Woodward argued that what he considered to be...
Mammoth Cave and the Making of Place
Occupation, use, and symbolic construction of place in the Mammoth Cave region of Kentucky has resulted in five distinct eras of place-making during the past two hundred years. The connectedness of Mammoth Cave to the larger national stage is revealed...
Report of Honors Committee, 2003
The members of the Southeast Division of the AAG Honors Committee in 2003 included: Holly Hapke, chair (East Carolina University); Betsy Pyle, chair-elect (West Virginia University); Carl Dahlman (University of South Carolina); John Rodgers (Mississippi...
Report of the Program Committee, 2003
The 58th annual meeting of the Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers (SEDAAG) was held in Charlotte, North Carolina on 23-25 November, 2003. The meeting included 33 sessions, consisting of 14 regular paper sessions, nine...
Rethinking the Region: SEDAAG and the Caribbean
This essay discusses the need to raise the profile of Caribbean studies within the Southeastern Geographer and the professional activities of the Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers (SEDAAG). My discussion addresses four...
Southerners and Their Swamps: The View from Middle Georgia
Given that wetlands have become a major environmental issue in the United States, it is important for people to understand the functions and values provided by wetlands so they are in a position to make informed decisions regarding public policy. This...
The Face of the Game: African Americans' Spatial Accessibility to Golf
This paper investigates the spatial accessibility of African Americans to golf as an example of continued social injustice. Because of its developmental diversity, demographic diversity, and rich golf history, North Carolina is chosen to examine the...
The Southeastern Geographer: Looking Back, Looking Forward
This paper summarizes trends in the research and authorship of articles published in the Southeastern Geographer from 1961-2003. The number of articles and pages published have doubled since the early 1990s. The publication of articles on physical...
Why Not in My Back Yard? Field-Based Physical Geography Research in the Southeast
Observations that submissions of physical geography research to the Southeastern Geographer have been low prompted us to question if the Southeast is understudied by physical geographers relative to other regions. We reviewed over 7,000 articles in...