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A reading from "Waters Run Wild: a novel of the WV Coal Mine Wars" by the author

Andrea Fekete

Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture

Jessica Martell, Appalachian State University
Dave Walker, Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture
Jessie Blackburn, Appalachian State University
Zackary Vernon, Appalachian State University

Broken Frequencies: Poems (Shadelandhouse, 2019)

James Riley

Change of Plans: Documenting Alternative Youth Experiences in Appalachian Ohio

Sarah Craycraft

Devil in the Distance: Aileen Hatfield and the Pursuit of Law

Stewart Plein, West Virginia University

Discrete yet Cunning: The Homefront Experiences of West Virginia Women During the Civil War

Amanda Shaver

Fantasy and Appalachian History in Recent Fiction for Children and Young Adults

Bettina Hanlon

"Go fetch Granny”: the unique role of the Appalachian granny-woman in the practice of healing, cultural continuity and folk magic.”

Jack Gilbert Montgomery Jr., Western Kentucky University

Hands-on Appalachian Studies

Debra Lattanzi Shutika, George Mason University

Hope in the West Virginia Coalfields

Michael Nobel Kline Dr., Talking Across the Lines

"In the Shadow of the Mountains: A Study of Women and Problem Drug Addiction in West Virginia"

Meghan Knapp

Innovation in Dietetics Education: Engaging Community Members and Meeting the Needs of Tomorrow’s Practitioners in Appalachia

Amy Gannon, Marshall University
Mallory Mount, Marshall University

Learning for a Just Transition

COLLEEN UNROE, The Pennsylvania State University

Legislating a Future Vision for Appalachia: The West Virginia Delegation and the Appalachian Regional Development Act

Jody Brumage

Lessons of Resilience from Oconaluftee Valley

Elizabeth Giddens, Kennesaw State University

Life Through Their Lens: An Amish and Mennonite Photography Project

Melissa K. Thomas, Center for Appalachia Research in Cancer Education
Margaret A. Hiermer, eigramm, LLC
Jacob Beachy, Center for Appalachia Research in Cancer Education

Masculinity in Lee Maynard’s Crum Trilogy

Thomas J. Kiddie Jr., West Virginia State University

Medals of Dishonor Mingo County Politics and Coal’s Connection to The Philippine-American War

Samantha Riggin, Independent Scholar

Oral History Gathering with the Clinch River Valley Initiative (CRVI): Local, State, Regional, and National Partnerships to Build Community Capacity and Diversify Coalfield Economics in Southwest Virginia

Stacy Lewis Penven, Radford University
Savannah Roberson, Radford University
Richard Nielsen, Radford University
Kurustun Musick, Radford University
Madison Holloway, Radford University

Poetry Readings from The Nature of Things: Poems of Flora and Protest. By Helen Matthews Lewis, Illustrations by Patricia Beaver.

Patricia Beaver, Appalachian State University

Potluck Pedagogy: Growing old-timey seeds – and community -- in new ways

Rosann Kent, University of North Georgia Appalachian Studies Center
Chris Dockery, University of North Georgia
Karrie Ann Fadroski, University of North Georgia

Presentation: “Shepherd Speaks and the Power of Storytelling: Organizing and Sustaining a StoryCorp Project in the Academy and in the Community”

Megan B. Rynne, Shepherd University

Queer Subcommittee Visioning

Justin Ray Dutton

The Beginning Shall Be Called and Known: Poems

Rhonda Pettit


Philip A. Grant Ph.D>, Pace University - New York

The Perceptions of Science and Engineering in Older Adults in Appalachia

Hannah Harris, University of North Georgia

Time-less: West Virginia's Tourism Pitch in the 1970s

Ed Slavishak

What Does it Mean to Be “Young” in the Mountains? Intergenerational Perspectives on Youth in Appalachia

Tammy Clemons, University of Kentucky