Volume 7 No. 1-2

Volume: 
7
Number: 
1-2
Issue: 
Fall-Winter
Year: 
1979
Price: 
$20 each

Special Culture Issue. Introduction by David E. Whisnant, guest editor. "Appalachia and the Concept of Culture: A Theory of Shared Misunderstandings" by Allen Batteau. "Ballad Collecting in the 1930s" by Cratis Williams. "A Folklorist's Creed and Folksinger's Gift" by Archie Green. "Regional Stereotype and Folklore" by Neil V. Rosenberg. "The Cultural Role of Local Elites in the Kentucky Mountains: A Retrospective Analysis" by Eugene A. Conti Jr. "J. Fred Johnson, His Town, and His People: A Case Study of Class Values, the Work Ethic, and Technology in Southern Appalachia, 1916-1944" by Margaret Ripley Wolfe. "Appalachian Fables and Facts: A Case Study of the Shenandoah National Park Removals" by Charles and Nancy Perdue. "Musicians and Mountaineers: The Resettlement Administration's Music Program in Appalachia, 1935-37" by Jannelle Warren Findley. "Multicultural Education in Appalachia: Origins, Prospects and Problems" by Alan J. DeYoung and Julia Domron Porter. "Finding the Way between the Old and the New: The Mountain Dance and Folk Festival and Bascom Lamar Lunsford's Work as a Citizen" by David Whisnant."Appalachia on Television: Region as Symbol in American Popular Culture" by Horace Newcomb. (Out of print. Available as spiral-bound photocopy.)

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Belk Library, Box 32026
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608
phone: 828-262-4072
fax: 828-262-2553
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