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Articles

Revisiting the Future of Appalachia, Rebecca Adkins Fletcher

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The Social Life of Health Behaviors: The Political Economy and Cultural Context of Health Practices, Rebecca Adkins Fletcher

Books

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Buttermilk and Bible Burgers: More Stories from the Kitchens of Appalachia, Fred W. Sauceman

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Czech Bluegrass: Notes from the Heart of Europe, Lee Bidgood

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Michael and the War in Heaven, Thomas Burton

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Revelations: Poems, Ted Olson

Presentations

A Toast to Dwight Billings: Of Spoonbread and Bourbon, Ann E. Kingsolver, Mary K. Anglin, Kate Black, and Rebecca Adkins Fletcher

Health, Wellness, and Illness in Appalachia, Rebecca Adkins Fletcher

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Railroad Town without a Railroad: Documenting Clinchfield Railroad Traditions and Transitioning Economic Identities In an East Tennessee Appalachian Community, Rebecca Adkins Fletcher

There and Back Again: Applying Regional Health Disparities to Contextualize the Affordable Care Act, Rebecca Adkins Fletcher

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Untitled: Roundtable on Dwight Billings, Rebecca Adkins Fletcher

Video/Audio Materials

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A Century of Heritage Guitar Music, Ted Olson

Banjo Romantika American Bluegrass Music & the Czech Imagination, Lee Bidgood and Shara K. Lange

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Big Bend Killing: The Appalachian Ballad Tradition, Ted Olson

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Blind Alfred Reed: Appalachian Visionary, Ted Olson

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Mountain Mojo: A Cuban Pig Roast in East Tennessee, Fred William Sauceman, Larry Smith, Eduardo Zayas-Bazán, and Robert J. Higgs

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Ray Hicks and other Beech Mountain Folks, Thomas G. Burton, Jack Schrader, and Ambrose Manning

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Tennessee Ernie Ford: Portrait of an American Singer, Ted Olson

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Testing Tradition, Boner Daniel and East Tennessee State University Bluegrass Band

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The Johnson City Sessions 1928-1929: Can You Sing Or Play Old-Time Music?, Ted Olson