Journal of Southern Religion is a fully peer-reviewed academic
journal reflecting the best traditions of objective and critical
scholarship in the study of religion. As an interdisciplinary venture,
the editors invite submissions from historians, religionists,
anthropologists, sociologists, and other interested scholars. The
journal welcomes submissions on all aspects of Southern Religion but is
especially interested in publishing manuscripts that address the
following topics: 1) Regionalism in Southern Religion, e.g.,
Appalachia, the Gulf Coast, South Florida and the Caribbean; 2)
religious aspects of Southern culture, e.g., Religion and cuisine,
music, and Southern literature; 3) Southern civil religion; 4) local
and folk religions, including ethnographic studies of congregations and
parishes; 5) ethnicity including immigration and slave religions; 6)
religion and race, class, disability, and gender issues in the South.
Individuals desiring to submit their research to JSR should read the submissions policy.
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duplicated or reproduced by any means (electronic or print) without
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the Study of Southern Religion.
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following format should be used:
or endnote] Sam Hill, "Fundamentalism in Recent Southern Culture: Has
it Done What the Civil Rights Movement Couldn't Do?" Journal of
Southern Religion 1 (1998).
citation] Hill, Sam. "Fundamentalism in Recent Southern Culture: Has it
Done What the Civil Rights Movement Couldn't Do?" Journal of
Southern Religion1 (1998).
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