The Atlanta Article Database contains direct links to more than 450 articles.
This interactive database hosts more than 450 peer-reviewed academic journal articles, book chapters and books relating to Atlanta. Each row features the publication year, author(s), journal, keywords and links to the complete abstract and article text.
- To filter research articles by title, year, author, or journal, click the “View larger version” located at the bottom right corner of the Airtable.
- To view or download the article, click on the name to expand the article’s information.
- Clicking on either the article’s link or DOI will open the article.
Be sure to check the database often, as it gets regularly updated as new articles are published.
This interactive, online narrative designed by Marni Davis, associate professor of history at Georgia State, provides a dynamic history of Georgia Avenue and its Summerhill neighborhood from its founding in the post-Civil War era to the present. Past businesses, civic organizations, and residences are located on current street maps to allow users to glimpse the earlier Black and Jewish communities. Video clips of interviews with former residents, photographs of families and streetscapes, and graphs and charts help to make vivid how the neighborhood, communities and built environments developed and changed throughout the twentieth century and until today.
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Georgia State University
Department of Sociology
Center for Neighborhoods and Communities
P.O. Box 3965
Atlanta, GA 30302