Southern Spaces, a peer-reviewed, multimedia, open access journal published by the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship, announces a curated collection of its content called Educational Resources that is especially designed for educators, students, and researchers.
The journal’s educational resources section collects articles, videos, reviews, interviews, and digital projects across multiple disciplines. Collections currently available include:
- African American Art and Aesthetic Experiences
- Environments and Ecologies
- Indigenous Souths
- Queer Souths
- Reading and Writing Souths
- Social Memory and Memorialization
- Southern Screens
These collections of open access materials offer valuable resources for teaching, learning, and research, and reinforce the journal’s ongoing commitment to open access.