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2014
Friday, March 28th
2:00 PM

Session 3.01 Come to the Table

Other

Convener: Chris Green, Berea College

Come to the Table I: Appalachian Archivists & Activists

Chris Green, Berea College
Eric Lassiter, Marshall University
Harry Rice, Berea College
Michael Tierney, Step by Step

Drinko Library 402

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.02 Tourism and Development

Panel

Convener: Peter Hackbert, Berea College

An Imagined Possibility: An Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for Eastern Kentucky

Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College

Jenkins Hall 100

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.03 Education

Panel

Convener: Phillip Barnett, University of Kentucky

AppalArts Magazine: The Origin

AppalArts Magazine: The Business

Phillip A. Barnett, University of Kentucky
Danna L. Spears, University of Kentucky

Harris Hall 138

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.04 Natural Resources

Panel

Convener: Tom Hansell, Appalachian State University

After Coal: Welsh and Appalachian Mining Communities

Tom Hansell, Appalachian State University
Patricia Beaver, Appalachian State University
Karen Russo, Appalachian State University

Jenkins Hall B10

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.05 Higher Education in Appalachia

Paper

Convener: Greg Clary, Clarion University

Appalachian Barriers to Study Abroad Experiences

Sara Danielle Adkins, University of West Georgia
Sumer Marie Bingham, University of Pikeville

Drinko Library 349

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.05 Higher Education in Appalachia

Paper

Convener: Greg Clary, Clarion University

Appalachian Cultural Influences on Graduate Students in English Studies

Amanda Hayes, Ohio University - Main Campus

Drinko Library 349

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.05 Higher Education in Appalachia

Paper

Convener: Greg Clary, Clarion University

Measuring the Known Realities of Regional Icons from the Possible Imaginings of Appalachian Art: Techniques for Learning and Teaching About Appalachian Art

Kristin M. Kant-Byers, Rochester Institute of Technology

Drinko Library 349

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.06 History, Politics, Government and Crime

Paper

Convener: Brandi S. Weekley, West Virginia Univerisity

Attorneys Helped Create a New Appalachia

From Hand to Hand: Early Virginia Lawyers and the Value of a Book

Barb Howe
Stewart Plein, West Virginia University

Drinko Library 138

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.06 History, Politics, Government, and Crime

Paper

Convener: Brandi S. Weekley, Wst Virginia Univerisity

"Jay Rockefeller's Swan Song?" Opposition to Mining as Rhetorical Resignation

Ryan P. McCullough, West Liberty University

Drinko Library 138

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.07 Documentary Discussion

Unconference

Convener: Walter Squire, Marshall University

Images of Appalachia in Popular Film and Documentary

Walter E. Squire, Marshall University
Diane Long, Marshall University
Lauren Peyton, Marshall University
Audrey Stewart, Marshall University
Brooke Stull, Marshall University

Science Hall 276

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.08 Literature and Poetry

Panel

Convener: Allison Carey, Marshall University

The Food, Faith, and Language of a Region in the Novels of Julia Watts

Food in Finding H.F. and Secret City by Julia Watts: The Food of Home and the Food of the Big City

Heavenly Faith vs. Homosexual Faith: Christianity and Homosexuality in Finding H.F. by Julia Watts

Language and Discourse in the Composition Classroom: A Method and Rationale for Teaching YA Literature to First Year Writers

Allison E. Carey, Marshall University
Dreama Gale Pritt, Marshall University
Whitney Afton Naylor-Smith, Marshall University

Corbly Hall 244

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

APPALACHIAN TEACHING PROJECT: Sustaining the Community Mind for Long-term Community Resiliency: Appalachian Values Assessment in Floyd County, Virginia

Melinda B. Wagner, Radford University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Asheville The Changing City

Alexandra Marie VanDusen

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Convener: Sean Bulger, West Virginia University

Asset Mapping in Rural Appalachia: Connecting Schools, Families, and Communities to Promote Physical Activity

Sean M. Bulger, West Virginia University
Ishonte Allar, West Virginia University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Convener: Ben Hargreaves, Marshall University

Awareness and Barriers to Obtaining Mental Health Services on an Appalachian Region University Campus

Ben J. Hargreaves, Marshall University
Penny Koontz, Marshall University
April Fugett, Marshall University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Convener: Alyssa Adkins, Marshall University

Barriers to Accessing Mental Health Care in Rural Appalachia from Providers’ Perspectives

Alyssa N. Adkins, Marshall University
Penny Koontz, Marshall University
April Fugett

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Convener: Camille Uncapher, Marshall University

Battling Pediatric Obesity in West Virginia: Helping Healthy Win

Camille N. Uncapher, Marshall University
Kelsey J. Cook, Marshall University
Michael S. Stinnett, Marshall University
Jennifer D. Tiano, Marshall University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Child Labor in the Carolina Mountains

Ashley L. Spears, Mars Hill College

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Convener: Dena Gilchrist,

Coal and It's Story: Development of a 21st Century Coal Community

Dena J. Gilchrist
Christy Collins, Fairmont State University
Jaimie Turner, Fairmont State University
Joanna Lee Ross, Fairmont State University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Coal Dust Curse:The Politics of Black Lung & The Stories of Miners Who Have It

The Politics of Black Lung & The Stories of Miners Who Have It

Theresa L. Burriss, Radford University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Convener: Mary Taylor,

Community Commonalities: Cross-Cultural Learning in Wales and Appalachia

Mary R. Taylor
Kathryn Engle, University of Kentucky
Katie Griffith
Mary Pope
Calvin Wheat
Eryn Staib
Alyssa Roberto

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Designing on a Dime: Creating Promotional Materials for Non-Profit Organizations

Julieann F. Helton

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Determining the Effect of Liming on Gyrinophilis porphyriticus Occupancy Using Single Species Single Season Occupancy Modeling

Elise M. Edwards, Marshall University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Economic Development Networks in Kentucky Appalachia

Sara Compion
Brandon Ofem
Walter J. Ferrier

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Economics of Mountain Top Coal Removal in Central Appalachia

James K. Pugh, University of Louisville

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Educational Practices in Sex Education in Appalachia

Kasey Kizer

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Effects of Childhood Autism on Families: A Rural/Urban Comparison

Meg Stone, Marshall University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Different Methods of Detection for the Eastern Hellbender (Cryptobranchus a. alleganiensis) in the Ohio River Watershed

Kelli M. Herrick, Marshall University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Exploring the History of Western Virginia and West Virginia Through West Virginia and Regional History Center (WVRHC) Archival Resources

Anna M. Schein, West Virginia University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Issues of Conservation in New Appalachia

Ericka R. Hincke, Mars Hill College

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Lessons for Appalachia's Transition to a Post-Coal Economy: The Japanese Model

Robin Antepara, Gakushuin University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Social and Cultural Factors as a Catalyst for Change: A Phenomenological Study of Female Victims of Intimate Partner Violence in Knox County, Kentucky

Christian J. Messer Gaitskill, Northern Kentucky University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Convener: Kelcey Perkins, Marshall University

The Benefits of Early Music Education for Language Acquisition Among Head Start Students

Kelcey Perkins, Marshall University
Michael Stinnett, Marshall University
Camiile Uncapher, Marshall University
Jennifer Tiano, Marshall Univeristy
April D. Fugett, Marshall University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

The Challenges of Constructing a Genogram on an Appalachian Extended Family Health Consciousness

Dilip Nair, Marshall University
Indira Bhavsar, Marshall University
Nafeeza Hussain, Marshall University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Convener: Karla Moore, Marshall University

The Effects of Ruralism and Sexual Orientation on Adolescent Alcohol Use: A Retrospective Glance

Karla B. Moore, Marshall University
Keith Beard, Marshall University
Penny Koontz ., Marshall University
April Fugett, Marshall University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

The Soundscape of Appalachian Mountaintop Grasslands: Assessing the Ecological Potential of Coal Mined Lands

Anne Axel, Marshall University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Traditional Music Alive in "New Appalachia"

Susan M. Hobbs, Morehead State University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

Treatment of Individuals with Chronic Mental Illness in Appalachia and Suggestions for Future Intervention Approaches and Research

David E. Wolfe, Marshall University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Poster

West Virginia Coal Miners: A Model for Conceptualizing Behavioral Health Risks

Jillian Keener

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.09 Poster Session

Other

You Can't Go Home Again

Jason Michael Hartz, Siena Heights University

MSC Lobby

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.10 Education and Activism

Panel

Convener: Jeff Spradling, University of Kentucky

Using Community Service to Build Paths Back to East Kentucky for Robinson Scholars

Jeff Spradling, University of Kentucky
UK College Student
UK College Student
UK College Student

Harris Hall 303

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.11 Education and Youth Issues

Workshop

Convener: Adriane Gejevski, adrianART

Painting The Beauty Of Appalachia

Inspiring Our Youths To Learn About Nature

Ariadne Gejevski, ariadnART

Harris Hall 234

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.12 Culture, Folklore and Folkways

Panel

Convener: Tetyana Blyznyuk, Precarpathian National University

Mountain Schools in the Ukrainian Carpathians: Educational Challenges and Pedagogical Trends

Mountain Schools in the Ukrainian Carpathians: Legislative History and Current Status

The Contemporary Folklore Revival in the Mountain Schools of the Ukrainian Carpathians: Experience and Assessment

The Influence of the Mountain Environment on the Character and Identity of Young Ukrainian Highlanders

Tetyana Blyznyuk
Vasyl Karabinovych
Olena Budnyk
Inna Chervinska

Harris Hall 137

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.13 Literature and Poetry

Paper

Convener: Martha Billups, Transylvania University

Beyond Beer, Bucks, and Busted Lips: Representations of Masculinity in Eric Shade's Eyesores

Nathan Anderson, Marietta College

Harris Hall 443

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.13 Literature and Poetry

Paper

Convener: Martha Billups, Transylvania University

“I Had To Take Pen in Hand”: Two Versions of Silas House's "Unsent Letter" and the Problem of Appalachian Minstrelsy

Jimmy D. Smith, Union College - Barbourville

Harris Hall 443

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.13 Literature and Poetry

Paper

Convener: Martha Billups, Transylvania University

“The World is Ripe, and We’ll Pluck It like an Apple from A Tree”: Female Agency in Ron Rash’s Serena

Jessica S. Christensen, University of Tennessee

Harris Hall 443

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.13 Literature and Poetry

Paper

Convener: Martha Billips, Transylvania University

You’d Best go Expecting Anything: Folkloric and Literary Precedents of Manly Wade Wellman’s Silver John Stories.

Daniel L. Schnopp-Wyatt Ph.D., Lindsey Wilson College

Harris Hall 443

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.14 Folklore and folkways

Workshop

Convener: Beth Bergeron Folkemer, Dearest Home

Ballad Gems from Northwestern West Virginia

Beth Bergeron Folkemer, Dearest Home
Stephen P. Folkemer, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg

Harris Hall 139

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.15 Performance

Music

Convener: John Trokan, College of Mount St. Joseph

An Exploration of Music and Messages from the Civil War

John T. Trokan D.Min, College of Mount St. Joseph
Sherry Cook-Stanforth
Nancy Trokan Mathison
Jim and Nan Cook

Smith Hall 154

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.15 Performance

Art

Convener: John Trokan, College of Mount St. Joseph

The Rape of Appalachia, The War on Poverty and the Sterilization of the Dullards

Stacy Kranitz, University of California - Irvine

Smith Hall 154

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.16 Education and Youth Issues

Unconference

Convener: Joy Gritton

Imagined Possibilities for the Region's Children: Community After School Programs

Joy Gritton
RoseMary Johnson, Haldeman Community Center
Jennifer Guthrie, Tygart Creek Elementary School
Sarah Shepherd, Morehead State University
Andrew Kuchenbrod, Morehead State University
Joseph Rivers, Morehead State University

Smith Hall 335

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.17 Music

Discussion

Convener: John Lilly, West Virginia Division of Culture and History

West Virginia's Early Country Music from GOLDENSEAL Magazine

John Lilly, West Virginia Division of Culture and History

Corbly Hall 464

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 3.18 Tourism and Development

Panel

Convener: Melinda B. Wagner, Radford University

Appalachian Teaching Project: Sustaining the Community Mind for Long-term Community Resiliency: Appalachian Values Assessment in Floyd County, Virginia

Melinda B. Wagner, Radford University
Kasey L. Campbell, Radford University
Chalres D. Salyers, Radford University
Haley M. Stewart, Radford University
Victoria R. Curtis, Radford University
Langley J. Looney, Radford University
Taylor R. LaPrade, Radford University
Sarah M. Wood, Radford University
Ryan M. Woodson, Radford University

Corbly Hall 117

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

2015
Friday, March 27th
1:30 PM

Session 3.01 Literature

Paper

Appalachia in Science Fiction: Traditional Music in Novels by Manly Wade Wellman and Suzanne Collins

Richard Miles Britton, Appalachian State University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.01 Literature

Paper

Southern Appalachian Mill Life in Poem and Song

Jim A. Clark, Barton College

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.01 Literature

Paper

The Musicality of the Mountains in Catloochee

Heather F. Spear, Liberty University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.01 Literature

Paper

This Mountain’s Music: Singing and Landscape in the Poetry of Kathryn Stripling Byer

Alana D. Sherrill, Johnson & Wales University - Charlotte

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.02 Appalachian Studies

Paper

Conflict, Solidarity, Imagination: Affect in Appalachian Development

Gabriel Piser, Ohio State University - Main Campus

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.02 Coal

Paper

Removal of Mountains: The Restructuring of Communities

Nicholas J. Rose, Oklahoma State University - Main Campus

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.02 Economic Conditions

Paper

Investigating Economic Diversity in Eastern Kentucky’s Area Development Districts

Jessica Stewart, Morehead State Unversity
Christine Emrich, Morehead State University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.02 Politics

Paper

THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF LOCAL POLITICS IN AN APPALACHIAN COMMUNITY: PERSONALISM PATRONAGE AND COERCION

Philip G. Lewin, Florida Atlantic University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.02 Social Life

Paper

Power in Things: Creativity and Mass Consumption at Kentucky Company Coal Towns

Zada Komara, University of Kentucky

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.03 Coal

Paper

A Murder at the Police Barracks: The John Barcoski Slaying

Richard P. Mulcahy, University of Pittsburgh - Titusville

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.03 Politics

Paper

The Presidential Election of 1940 in Appalachia

Philip A. Grant, Pace University - New York

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.03 Politics

Paper

Where Appalachia Went Right: Pro-Coal Politics in the Era of Climate Change

Gabriel I. Schwartzman, University of California - Berkeley

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.04 Literature

Paper

Gone Fishing: Trauma and Repression in Ron Rash’s Water World

Randall Wilhelm, Anderson University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.04 Literature

Paper

Serena and her Classical Predecessors

Lesleigh B. Jones, UMass Boston

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.04 Women and Gender

Paper

The “whore of Babylon will come forth in the last days wearing pants”: An Ecofeminist Approach to Gender Roles in Ron Rash’s Serena

Elisabeth Aiken, Saint Leo University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.05 Environment

Paper

Clean the Mill: Environmental Protest in Post-industrial Nova Scotia

Peter Thompson, Carleton University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.05 Environment

Paper

Topophilia or Topophobia? Environment and Health in West Virginia

Brian A. Hoey, Marshall University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.05 Health

Paper

Behavioral Health in Appalachia: Lessons learned, lessons offered

Kellee Boster, Marshall University
John P. Van Horn Jr, Marshall University
Marianna Footo Linz, Marshall University
Marty Amerikaner, Marshall University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.05 Health

Paper

Meditation in the Holler: Practical Exercises to Help Children in Distress

Sarah Shepherd, Morehead State University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.06 Economic Development: University Engagement and Community Development

Panel

Carpe Noctem: Night Sky Economic Development in Calhoun County, West Virginia

Sustainable Innovations in the Copper Basin: A Case Study of the Appalachian Teaching Project

Get Yer Corn From a Jar: Exploring the Modern Moonshine Movement in America

The Smart Communities Initiative: A New Model for University Engagement and Service Learning

Tim Ezzell, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Kassie M. Ernst, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Helen M. Rosko, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Kelly Ellenburg, University of Tennessee - Knoxville

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.07 (Economic Conditions) Appalachianism and the War on Poverty: Campbell, Whisman, and the Middle Kentucky River ADC

Panel

Integrating a Region through Comprehensive Development: Whisman and the Creation of the Appalachian Regional Commission

“Naming is creating”: John C. Campbell & Olive Dame Campbell’s role in defining Appalachian regionalism

“Maximum Feasible Participation” in Appalachian Historical Context

Glen Taul, Campbellsville University
Penny Messinger, Daemen College
Rob Weise, Eastern Kentucky University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.08 (Health) The Maternal Infant Health Outreach Worker Program: A Multi Site, Multi Method Randomized Control Trial Program Evaluation in Rural West Virginia (Year 2 Data)

Panel

Overview of MIHOW Program

Summary of Year 2 Quantitative Data: MIHOW RCT Evaluation

Summary of Year 2 Qualitative Data: Emerging and Continuing Themes

Challenges of Sustained Data Collection in Challenging Environment

Marty Amerikaner, Marshall University
Linda Spatig, Marshall University
Chris LeGrow, Marshall University
Stephen O'Keefe, Marshall University
Melissa Colagrosso, Marshall University
Kathy Bialk, Marshall University
Kelli Kerbawy, Marshall University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.09 (Economic Development) Economic Development on a Banjo String

Panel

The Crooked Road: Virginia's Heritage Music Trail

Timothy W. Thornton, Virginia Western Community College
Jack Hinshelwood, The Crooked Road: Virginia's Heritage Music Trail
Ned Savage, Mountain Music Trail
Rob Bell, Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.10 Folklore: Many Musics from Western NC to East TN & Beyond

Panel

Fighting Dragons (Or Witches): W NC Mountain Tradition Bearers of 17th C British Ballads

Folk Veterinary Knowledge and Practice in the Blue Ridge (with Video)

Local & Familial Music for Public Consumption: Traditional East Tennessee Music Goes National and Global

Carolina Chocolate Drops and Cultural Exchange Concerts Invigorate Musical Crossroads and Sustainability (& Video)

Donna T. Corriher, Appalachian State University
Shawn Terrell, Appalachian State University
Joseph Decosimo, Appalachian State University
Cece Conway, Appalachian State U

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.11 Health: Medicinal Herbs and Appalachian Sustainability, Natural and Human

Panel

Traditional Health Care as a Model for Modern Health Care.

Building an Herb Business That's Good for Land, People, and our Economic Future

Joys and Challenges of Being Wild with an Herbal Extracts Business

Growing and Marketing Woodland Medicinals

CoreyPine Shane, Blue Ridge School of Herbal Medicine
Tricia Shapiro, Hap Mountain Herbal
Jeannie Dunn, Red Moon Herbs
Jeanine Davis, NC State University Mountain Horticultural Crops Research & Extension Center

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.12 (Education) Pass it On: After-school Traditional Music Education Programs

Panel

Georgia Pick & Bow Traditional Music School, Inc.

POSAM (Preserving our Appalachian Musicians)

Kentucky's Passing the Pick and Bow

Junior Appalachian Musicians

Ann E. Whitley-Singleton, Executive Director, Georgia Pick & Bow Traditional Music School, Inc.
Betty W. McDaniel Ph.D, Executive Director, Young Appalachian Musicians
Matthew Carter, Program Director and Traditional Music Project Coordinator, Passing the Pick and Bow
Brett Morris Martin, Executive Director, Junior Appalachian Musicians

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.13 (Ethnicity and Race) Digging, Dancing, Dynamite, and Diversity: Warren Wilson College Professors Engage Western North Carolina’s Multicultural Past

Panel

Cherokee Diplomats and the Diplomacy of Survival

“A Mixed Multitude of All Classes and Complexions”: Diversity and Dance in Appalachia

Landscape, Song, and the Tragic Story of the Swannanoa Tunnel in Western North Carolina

Work, Service, Academics, and Gravestones: Building Community and Cultivating Memory through the South Asheville Cemetery

David G. Moore, Warren Wilson College
Philip A. Jamison, Warren Wilson College
Kevin Kehrberg, Warren Wilson College
Jeffrey A. Keith, Warren Wilson College
Ronald D. Eller, University of Kentucky

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.14 Appalachian Studies

Roundtable

Strategic Planning to Strengthen Appalachian Studies Programs in the Twenty-first Century

Theresa L. Burriss, Radford University
Alice Jones, Eastern Kentucky University
J. Shane Barton, University of Kentucky
Robert Gipe, Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College
Amy Clark, University of Virginia's College at Wise

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.15 Music

Roundtable

Appalachian Music: Discussing the Top Ten

Meredith Doster, Emory University
Kevin Fore
Trish Kilby Fore
William Lightfoot
Rich Kirby
Ted Olson, East Tennessee State University
Ronald A. Pen, University of Kentucky
Deborah Thompson, Berea College
Dave Wood, Brown University
Mark Freed, Appalachian State University
Trevor McKenzie, Appalachian State University
Sandy Ballard, Appalachian State University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.16 Music

Performance

Documentary Film Screening: “Banjo Romantika”

Lee Bidgood, East Tennessee State University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.17 Social Life

Performance

Hills, hymns, and highways: Two films dedicated to showcasing Kentucky’s unique cultures.

Steven O. Middleton Colonel, Morehead State University
Ann M. Andaloro, Morehead State University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.18 Health

Paper

A program for training professionals coming to the Appalachian Region

Tom Plaut, Mars Hill University-retired

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 3.18 Health

Performance

This Lonely Time: A Life of Music & Mental Health in Appalachia

Matthew S. Parsons
William Lloyd Parsons, Morehead State University

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM