"Mountain Justice: The Making of a Feminist Icon and a Cultural Scapegoat" by Sharon Hatfield; an interview with Bordon Mace by Steve Ward; an interview with Walker Calhoun by Ted Olson.
Reviews by Douglas Powell (The Culture of Nature: North American Landscape from Disney to the Exxon Valdese by Alexander Wilson) , Gordon B. McKinney (My Own Country: A Doctor's Story of a Town and Its People in the Age of AIDS by Abraham Verghese), Alan Banks (Two Sides to Everything: The Cultural Construction of Class Consciousness in Harlan County, Kentucky by Shaunna L. Scott), Michael Lorenzen (A College for Appalachia: Alice Lloyd on Caney Creek by P. David Searles), Richard A. Couto (Prisoners of Myth: The Leadership of the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1933-1990 by Erwin C. Hargrove and Leadership Without Easy Answers by Ronald A. Heifetz), Joanna Barnes Newton (Artisans in the North Carolina Backcountry by Johanna Miller), Dwight B. Billings ("To Shoot, Burn, and Hang": Folk-History from a Kentucky Mountain Family Community by Daniel N. Rolph), Charles Alan Watkins (The Picture Man ed. Ann Hawthorne), Joyce Dyer (Choices by Mary Lee Settle), and Briscoe C. Darling (Country Music Culture: From Hard Times to Heaven by Curtis W. Ellison).
P.J. Laska's obituary for Bob Snyder.
"Signs of the Times" and the "Chronicle."