Welcome to Atlanta Studies

A Journal by the City, for the City

Article, Excerpt Black Women at the Fore: Perry Homes and the Transformation of Tenant Activism in 1960s Atlanta Blog Post, Interview Conversations with the Board - Daniel Horowitz García on Oral History, Archives, and Atlanta Blog Post 2021 Editor's Statement Blog Post Scholarship on Atlanta: 2020 Round Up Blog Post, Events CFP for Atlanta Studies Symposium 2021 Article Bronze Hammer: Race and the Politics of Commemorating Henry Louis Aaron Blog Post John Lewis's Forgotten Fight: The Mariel Cubans in Atlanta Article Terror in the City Too Busy to Hate: How the English Avenue School Bombing Challenged Atlanta’s Popular Myth of Racial Progress Blog Post A Serendipitous Moment: Encountering Jacqueline Anne Rouse Blog Post Call for Posts on the Effects of COVID-19 on Atlanta Blog Post Scholarship on Atlanta: 2019 Round Up Blog Post Reclaiming Nature and a Sense of Wonder: The Story of Arabia Mountain Blog Post The Rise and Fall of “Atlanta’s Ice Society”: Tom Cousins, Downtown Redevelopment, and Professional Hockey in 1970s Atlanta Blog Post, Events CFP for Atlanta Studies Symposium 2020 Blog Post, Interview Re/Covering Blandtown: An Interview with Gregor Turk Article, Excerpt Lockheed-Georgia and the Struggle for Racial Integration in the Workplace Archives, Blog Post A Powerful New Community Resource to Explore Atlanta’s 1960s History: Introducing the Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. Digital Archive Blog Post, Events Red Rose Collective Presents a Community Conversation About HIV/AIDS in Atlanta Blog Post, Events Event - Atlanta Oral History Meetup Blog Post, Review Whose Bike Lanes?: A Review of Bike Lanes Are White Lanes Blog Post, Review Trap Memoirs and Atlanta Hip Hop Studies: A Review of The Autobiography of Gucci Mane Blog Post, Review Seeing the Forest As Well As the Trees: A Review of Jill Jonnes’s Urban Forests Blog Post Rethinking the Geographies of Atlanta’s Neighborhood Planning Units Archives, Blog Post A Pioneering Black Political Scientist and Legislator: Introducing the Robert A Holmes Collection Blog Post, Excerpt Electrifying Race Relations: Atlanta's Streetcars and the 1906 Race Riots

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