Society of Florida Archivists Journal Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2021) - Three New Pieces Published!
The Editors of the Society of Florida Archivists Journal (SFAJ) are delighted to announce that as of today the first three pieces of Volume 2 Issue 1 (2021) of SFAJ are now published online! Of course, there will be further announcements when new articles and reviews are added to this issue in the coming weeks and months. You can find this new content via the below link and by selecting "Current Issue" in the top menu bar.
The Editors want to recognize and congratulate the fantastic authors who contributed the below three pieces to the 2021 issue. Well done and thank you for sharing your professional insights!
- “Curating Diverse Voices: Challenges in Diversity of Representation and Description in the Panama Canal Museum Collection at the University of Florida,” by Elizabeth Bemis and John Nemmers
- “Review of Freedcamp for Project Management” by Krystal Thomas and Keila Ruiz
- “Queering the Redneck Riviera: Sexuality and the Rise of Florida Tourism,” by David Benjamin
In addition, we also want to recognize the amazing editorial team members who each contributed to the Journal’s successful editorial process in different and essential ways – our Layout Editor, Hannah Davis, our Copy Editors, Andrea Malanowski and Darla Moore, and our Peer Review Coordinator, Rachel Simmons. Thank you for your dedication and enthusiasm!
If you have an essay, case study, reflective or opinion piece, tool or book review, or any other work-in-progress paper please reach out to the Journal at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to know what you’re working on and talk to you about how to move forward in publishing it!
Rachel Walton, SFAJ Editorial Chair
Kelly Larson, SFAJ Review Editor