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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

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Bibliographies

Annotated Bibliography on Appalachian English

Source: Virginia Tech’s Digital Library and Archives
Coverage: Includes work from late 1800s through late 1900s
Description: Includes 12 topics related to Appalachian language; Based on James B. McMillan and Michael B. Montgomery’s Annotated Bibliography of Southern American English
Link: http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/IUSSUS/
AppEngBibliography.html

An Appalachian Bibliography and Resource Guide

Source: Michael Maloney
Coverage: early 1800s through early 2000s
Description: Includes bibliographies, filmographies, anthologies, periodicals, festivals, and curricula guides on various Appalachian topics.
Link: http://www.visit-eam.org/assets/pdfs/
ResourceGuide.pdf

Appalachian Literature General Bibliography

Source: Annie Merner Pfieffer Library at West Virginia Wesleyan College
Coverage: 1934-2003
Description: Nonfiction books on Appalachian Literature
Link: http://www.wvwc.edu/library/wv_authors/
app_lit_bib.htm

Appalachian Studies Bibliography

Source: West Virginia University Libraries
Coverage: 1994-Present
Description: Thousands of Citations on 25 topics; Includes both books and journal articles (updated annually)
Link: http://www.libraries.wvu.edu/collections/
bibliography/

The Bibliography of Appalachia

Source: John R. Burch, Jr.
Coverage: Unknown
Description: Book which includes “more than 4,700 books, articles, monographs, and dissertations, topically arranged and indexed”

Marie Tedesco’s Selected Bibliography

Source: East Tennessee State University’s Archives of Appalachia
Coverage: 1960-Present
Description: Guide to articles, essays, books, journals, and anthologies on Appalachia since 1960
Link: Download PDF (99K)