93rd Annual Meeting
Dr. Selena Sanderfer Doss, Associate Professor of History at Western Kentucky University and a board member of the Academy published a paper titled, "Looking for Better: A History of Black Southern Migration" in the Midwest Social Sciences Journal.
Her paper is a broad overview of migrations affecting black southerners, including the Atlantic slave trade, the domestic slave trade, colonization movements to Sierra Leone and Liberia, the Exoduster movement, the Great Migration, and the Return South migration.
MSSJ (Previously JIASS) is a peer-reviewed journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences. The Journal is currently accepting and inviting papers on a continuous basis. While DOIs will be made available as papers are accepted, the annual volumes are compiled in November of each year. More Here...