Editors’ Introduction

Editors’ Introduction HilDA e. Kurtz AND Deep AK r. miSHrA University of Georgia We are nearing the end of our term as few years). Several suggested increasing editors of Southeastern Geographer. We social media presence. We’re confident are now actively working with the new that the new editorial team will continue team of Dr. Selima Sultana and Dr. Paul to work with SEDAAG members and of- Knapp at the University of North Caro- ficers, building on the rich tradition of the lina Greensboro. The official editorial journal to keep it relevant. The President team transition date is July 1, 2019. The of SEDAAG, Dr. Joann Mossa, is actively submission process through the Scholar- working to reinforce the ties between the One website will remain unchanged. If society and the journal (see her column, you have not yet updated your Southeast- this issue). ern Geographer profile on ScholarOne, This issue of Southeastern Geographer please do so; it will help everyone to be contains four papers and two book re- working with an up-to-date database. It is views. Three of the papers touch on re- especially important that you assure that gional monetary issues, while the fourth your contact information is correct and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southeastern Geographer University of North Carolina Press

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University of North Carolina Press
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Copyright © Southeastern Division of the American Association of Geographers
ISSN
1549-6929

Abstract

HilDA e. Kurtz AND Deep AK r. miSHrA University of Georgia We are nearing the end of our term as few years). Several suggested increasing editors of Southeastern Geographer. We social media presence. We’re confident are now actively working with the new that the new editorial team will continue team of Dr. Selima Sultana and Dr. Paul to work with SEDAAG members and of- Knapp at the University of North Caro- ficers, building on the rich tradition of the lina Greensboro. The official editorial journal to keep it relevant. The President team transition date is July 1, 2019. The of SEDAAG, Dr. Joann Mossa, is actively submission process through the Scholar- working to reinforce the ties between the One website will remain unchanged. If society and the journal (see her column, you have not yet updated your Southeast- this issue). ern Geographer profile on ScholarOne, This issue of Southeastern Geographer please do so; it will help everyone to be contains four papers and two book re- working with an up-to-date database. It is views. Three of the papers touch on re- especially important that you assure that gional monetary issues, while the fourth your contact information is correct and

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Southeastern GeographerUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Aug 8, 2019

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