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The Appalachian Studies Association was formed in 1977 by a group of scholars, teachers, and regional activists who believed that shared community has been and will continue to be important to those writing, researching, and teaching about Appalachia.

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The ASA is headquartered at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. Mary Thomas, Executive Director, and Christopher Leadingham, Office Manager, can be reached via email at mthomas@marshall.edu and leadingham6@marshall.edu, respectively.

Telephone: (304) 696-2904
Fax: (304) 696-6221
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    Appalachian Studies Association
    One John Marshall Drive
    Huntington, WV 25755

40th ASA Annual Conference

EXTREME Appalachia!

March 9-12, 2017

Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, Virginia

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Journal of Appalachian Studies

Meet the Staff

Editor:
Shaunna Scott, an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Kentucky, began her editorship of the Journal of Appalachian Studies January 2013. She is a past president of the Appalachian Studies Association and the author of several articles on Central Appalachian coal communities.

Associate Editor:
Linda Spatig is a professor of educational leadership at Marshall University in Huntington, WV.

Managing Editor:
Mary K. Thomas is the Executive Director of the Appalachian Studies Association headquartered at Marshall University in Huntington, WV.

Assistant Managing Editor:
Christopher Leadingham is the Office Manager of the Appalachian Studies Association headquartered at Marshall University in Huntington, WV.

Book Review Editor:
Wendy Welch, with Health, Culture/Ethnography, and Economic Development, University of Virginia - Wise.

Books to be considered for review in the Journal of Appalachian Studies should be sent to:

Wendy Welch, Journal of Appalachian Studies Book Review Editor
Little Bookstore of Big Stone Gap
404 Clinton Ave E
Big Stone Gap, VA 24219

Media Review Editor:
Chris Miller

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Editorial Board

Mary Anglin: Anthropology, University of Kentucky

Chad Berry: History, Berea College

Dwight Billings: Sociology, University of Kentucky

Martha Billips: Literature/Women’s and Mountain Literary Traditions, Transylvania University

Richard J. Callahan, Jr.: History, Religion, Folklore, and Folklife, University of Missouri

Rebecca Adkins Fletcher: Appalachian Studies, East Tennessee State University

Wilburn Hayden: Social Work, York University (Ontario)

Thomas Alan Holmes: Literature/Popular Culture, East Tennessee State University

John C. Inscoe: History, University of Georgia

Ronald L. Lewis: History, West Virginia University

Chad Montrie: History, University of Massachuesetts

Richard P. Mulcahy: History and Political Science, University of Pittsburgh at Titusville

Phillip J. Obermiller: Urban Affairs, University of Cincinnati

Ted Olson: Appalachian Studies/Bluegrass, Old-Time, and Country Music Studies Program, East Tennessee State University

Douglas Reichart Powell: English, Columbia College Chicago

Erin Presley: Appalachian literature, Eastern Kentucky University

Mary Beth Pudup: Geography, University of California, Santa Cruz Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Anna Rachel Terman: Sociology, Ohio University

Karen Tice: Education and Women’s Studies, University of Kentucky

Ann R. Tickamyer: Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, The Pennsylvania State University

Susan Williams: Education Coordinator, Highlander Research and Education Center

Barry Whittemore: History and Religion, University of North Georgia

International Board of Advisors

Lászlo Kulcsár: Rural Sociology, Gödölló University, Hungary

Margaret Mackay: Scottish Studies, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Alessandro Portelli: English Studies, University of Rome, Italy

Gerald Preher: Southern Literature and Gender Issues, Institut Catholique de Lille and Université d'Angers

Carmen Rueda Ramos, American Studies, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain

Carolyn Sachs: Rural Sociology, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Bruce Tucker: History, University of Windsor, Canada