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  • Appalachian Center
    Appalachian music and art more 02 03 15 UK Appalachian Research Symposium and Arts Showcase Now Accepting Submissions The University of Kentucky Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies and the Graduate Appalachian Research Community GARC are announcing a call for participation for the 2015 UK Appalachian Research Symposium and Arts Showcase more 01 26 15 Lectures Focus on How Appalachia Is Portrayed in Film A series of lectures about Appalachians on film begins January 27 with Genre and Jessica Lynch at 2 p m in William T Young Library Auditorium more 01 23 15 WUKY s UK Perspectives Explores New Website of Appalachia Initiative WUKY s UK Perspectives focuses on the people and programs of the University of Kentucky and is hosted by WUKY General Manager Tom Godell more Events There are no current events to display Conversations 03 31 14 Website Documents Kentucky Coal Company Towns A brand new interactive website for the Coal Camp Documentary Project explores life in Kentucky s coal camps more 04 08 14 UK Event Celebrates Latin American Residents of Appalachia A Viva México event at the University of Kentucky will celebrate Latin more 12 08 11 Appalachian Center Projects The projects that the Appalachian Center has going on including the Post Office Project and the Coal Camps project more News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Enviornmental Sustainability Studies Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies

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  • Appalachian Center
    pop uky edu 1577 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 4412 Kate Black Appalachian Center Gender and Women s Studies Manuscript Archivist Libraries kate black uky edu 401 King Library 859 257 4207 Stan Brunn Appalachian Center Geography Professor stan brunn uky edu 805A Patterson Office Tower 859 257 6947 Lesly Marie Clevenger Buer Anthropology Appalachian Center Gender Women s Studies lesly marie clevenger uky edu 102D Lafferty Tammy Clemons Anthropology Appalachian Center Gender Women s Studies Teaching Assistant Department of Anthropology Editorial Assistant Contemporary Journal of Anthropology and Sociology tammy clemons uky edu 102J Lafferty Hall Jennifer Cramer American Studies Appalachian Center English Linguistics Assistant Professor Co Director Linguistics Incubator for Collaborative Digital LINCD Research Office Hours Spring 2015 MW 9 10 30am and by appointment jennifer cramer uky edu 1371 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 6983 Al Cross Appalachian Center Director Institute for Rural Journalism Community Issues acros3 uky edu 144 Grehan Building 859 257 3744 Alison Davis Appalachian Center Associate Extension Professor Agricultural Economics alison davis uky edu 411 Barnhart Building 859 257 7260 Matthew Deffendall Appalachian Center matthew deffendall uky edu 221 Funkhouser Building 859 257 3532 Alan DeYoung Appalachian Center Director Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation ajdey uky edu 144B Taylor Education Building David Ditsch Appalachian Center Director Robinson Center for Appalachian Resource Sustainability dditsch uky edu 130 Robinson Road Jackson KY 606 666 2438 x231 Ronald Eller Appalachian Center History Professor Retired Retired eller uky edu Melanie Goan Appalachian Center Health Society and Populations History Assistant Professor melanie goan uky edu 1741 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 1043 Marcelo Guzman Analytical Appalachian Center Biological Chemistry Organic Physical Assistant Professor marcelo guzman uky edu 150 Chemistry Physics Building 859 323 2892 Ellen Hahn Appalachian Center Nursing Instruction ejhahn00 uky edu 519 Nursing Building 859 257 2358

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  • User account | Appalachian Center
    Presenter Registration Appalachian Forum Share this page User account Connect User Controls Add extra section page Courses Primary tabs Log in active tab Request new password Username Enter your link blue username Password Enter your link blue password This login is SSL protected News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Enviornmental Sustainability Studies Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latin Studies Linguistics Mathematics Mathematical Economics Modern Classical Languages Literatures Cultures Philosophy Physics Astronomy Political Science Psychology Russian Studies Social Theory Sociology Statistics Topical Studies Writing Rhetoric Digital Studies A S Quicklinks A S Home About Advising Faculty Staff Resources Giving Scholarships Employment Site Map Contact A S A S Social Media Facebook Twitter Vimeo Flickr Tumblr UK

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  • About the Center | Appalachian Center
    and challenges in a global context People The staff of the Appalachian Center includes Ann Kingsolver Director ann kingsolver uky edu Erin Norton Department Manager erin norton uky edu Shane Barton Program Coordinator shane barton uky edu We are located on the UK campus at 624 Maxwelton Court across from the UK Law School and our phone number is 859 257 4852 Appalachian Studies The Appalachian Studies Program like the Appalachian Center has an active 35 year history at the University of Kentucky It is an interdisciplinary program based in the College of Arts and Sciences with participation by faculty and studies from across the colleges at UK Please see the drop down tabs under Appalachian Studies for a list of current faculty and upcoming courses Graduate Appalachian Research Community GARC The Graduate Appalachian Research Community is a very active graduate student research network GARC will be hosting a student conference in the spring and a lecturer this fall For more information contact Tammy Clemons at tammy clemons uky edu UK Tomorrow Corps The UK Tomorrow Corps is an opportunity for students Campus wide to work and serve in Appalachia This program will provide summer employment and support for UK students who will work to tutor K 12 students in the region and with food security initiatives and projects Please follow this link to the UK Tomorrow Corps Application The current deadline to apply is November 15 2014 More information about the program and instructions for the application process are found on the link to the application Appalachian Center Projects News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military

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  • Appalachian Center Projects | Appalachian Center
    of post offices in Appalachian communities We invite K 12 teachers librarians historical societies nursing homes artists college classes and others to collaborate with us on a theater production and documentary film that will circulate through Appalachian schools and libraries next year If you are interested in contributing to that collective documentary project please contact Shane Barton at shane barton uky edu or 859 257 4852 Appalachian Forum We have initiated an Appalachian Forum series in which community based and university based speakers will share information on ongoing work We will announce these forums as details emerge Place Matters Lecture Series We will also host the second half of the Place Matters lecture series in the spring of 2012 leading to a volume published by the University Press of Kentucky More information to come Fall 2012 International Conference Global Mountain Regions Contributions and Challenges Next fall we will be hosting an international conference called Global Mountain Regions Contributions and Challenges If you have any questions about any of the projects please contact Dr Ann Kingsolver ann kingsolver uky edu or Shane Barton shane barton uky edu About the Center up Place Matters News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Enviornmental Sustainability Studies Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latin Studies Linguistics Mathematics Mathematical Economics Modern Classical Languages

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  • Featured Stories | Appalachian Center
    on WRFL FM 88 1 every Wednesday from 2 3 p m This podcast was produced by Casey Hibbard Office Hours with Jennifer Cramer by UK College of Arts Sciences is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 4 0 International License Tags college of arts sciences wrfl jennifer cramer office hours linguistics english appalachia appalachian center dialects Submitted by Jennifer Cramer on Mon 22 12 2014 11 39am From South Africa to Appalachia The Power of Resilience and Community Anthropology alumna Jasmine Newman is using her bachelor s degree in cultural and applied anthropology to strengthen communities in South Africa and Appalachia Tags anthropology south africa appalachia appalachian center Submitted by Nolan Gray on Thu 13 11 2014 11 33am Her Roots Run Deep Shannon Bell s Book Continues to Earn Top Honors Assistant Professor of Sociology Shannon Bell described her recent book Our Roots Run Deep as Ironweed Appalachian Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice as a project that gives voice to her subjects women fighting against the environmental effects of coal mining in Appalachia Tags shannon bell sociology appalachia appalachian studies Submitted by Brian Connors Manke on Tue 04 11 2014 4 27pm We re All Friends Here A S faculty are erasing the gap between the natural sciences and the social sciences and humanities Tags meg wallace bob sandmeyer psychology philosophy scott taylor history Health Society and Populations carrie oser erin koch mairead moloney anthropology sociology josh beckmann greg gerhardt erik reece english james krupa biology enviromental and sustainable studies environment robinson forest appalachian studies dwight billings Submitted by Brian Connors Manke on Wed 01 10 2014 10 42am Pages 1 2 3 4 next last News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American

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  • Events | Appalachian Center
    call for participation to regional schools teachers and libraries Visiting students from Indonesia along with Regional teachers high school and college students stayed in the Robinson Forest for an intensive week of educational activities provided by experts in watershed mapping stream ecology water quality testing sustainable forestry and land use calculating water footprints in comparison to those of households in other world regions and local and global water justice issues including water policy The participants in the Workshop Week had the opportunity to present their work to community members and attendees on the day of Summit SPRING 2014 SWAP MEETING WITH DR DAVID RUCCIO PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME Date 04 18 2014 12 00 p m 1 30 p m Location UK Appalachian Center Speaker s Presenter s Dr David Ruccio The UK Appalachian Center hosted Dr David Ruccio for a SWAP Sharing Work on Appalachia in Progress meeting on Tuesday April 18 2014 Dr Ruccio spoke on a class analysis of energy issues especially views of climate change and hydraulic fracturing for natural gas in a context for Appalachian regional discussions APPALACHIAN FORUM WITH DR SOUMENDRA PATNAIK Date Thursday 4 17 14 Location Whitehall Classroom Building Room 303 3 30 p m 5 00 p m Speaker s Presenter s Dr Soumendra Patnaik University of Delhi The UK Appalachian Center hosted Dr Soumendra Patnaik for an Appalachian Forum held on Thursday April 17 2014 from 3 30 p m to 5 p m in the Whitehall Classroom Building Room 303 Dr Patnaik was a visiting scholar from the University of Delhi in India His talk was entitled Ethical Issues in Development Discourses on Indigenous Communities in South Asia Las Voces de los Apalaches and Performance by Appalatin Date Saturday 4 12 14 Location Worsham Theatre Student Center Speaker s Presenter s Community Members and the band Appalatin This was a c ommunity based theater performance and concert by the band Appalatin This event was co sponsored by the UK Appalachian Center and the College of Arts Sciences Passport to the World Viva Mexico Series The theatrical performance was based on personal stories of Latino and Hispanic community members interviewed and compiled by Appalachian Center Staff and visiting professionals FONTIER NURSING PANEL Date Friday 4 11 14 Location Worsham Theater UK Student Center Speaker s Presenter s Anne Z Cockerham Michael Claussen Nancy Reinhart Linda Ahrens Bryanna McClure Ann Kingsolver Moderator The UK Appalachian Center hosted a discussion panel in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Frontier Nursing University This discussion was on UK s Campus in the Worsham Theater of the Student Center The panel was comprised of health practitioners recent Couriers authors and current Frontier Nursing University employees The panel disussed the service learning program the 86 years that young people have volunteered for this program and a reading by Anne Z Cockerman of her book Unbridled Service Growing Up and Giving Back as a Frontier Nursing Service Courier 1928 2010 5th ANNUAL UK APPALACHIAN RESERACH COMMUNITY SYMPOSIUM ARTS SHOWCASE Date Saturday 3 8 2014 Location William T Young Library Speaker s Presenter s Keynote speakers Amanda Fickey and Victoria LeBeaux This was the 5th Annual GARC Symposium and Art Showcase Graduates students with research and or artistic interests in Appalachia submitted proposals and presented their work on Saturday March 8 2014 at the W T Young Library on UK s Campus This was an all day event planned by members of GARC with support from the UK Appalachian Center SWAP MEETING ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NETWORKS IN APPALACHIAN KENTUCKY Date Wednesday 1 29 14 12 00 p m 1 00 p m Location UK Appalachian Center Speaker s Presenter s Dr Walter Ferrier and Brandon Ofem Representing a National Science Foundation funded research team The UK Appalachian Center hosted a SWAP Sharing Work on Appalachia in Progress with Dr Walter Ferrier and Branden Ofem representing a National Science Foundation funded research team The topic for this discussion was Economic Development Networks in Appalachian Kentucky FALL 2013 DISCUSSION PANEL REFLECTING CRITICALLY ON 50 YEARS OF THE WAR ON POVERTY YOUNG VOLUNTEERS IN APPALACHIA Date December 4 2013 3 30 4 30 Presentations 4 30 5 00 Open Discussion Location Center Theater UK Student Center Speaker s Presenter s Shane Barton Allison Cooper Kari Cornett Rhea Crone Ron Eller Tom Kiffmeyer Ann Kingsolver April Trent A panel of historians and representatives of federal volunteer programs discussed 50 years of the US War on Poverty The panel ranged a span of experiences from the 1960 s through current Teach for America positions and VISTA volunteers TREE PLANTING OPPORTUNITY Date Saturday November 16 2014 6 45 a m to 5 p m Location Pike County KY Coordinated by Shane Barton UK Appalachian Center and Green Forests Work THE AMI 2013 SUMMER DOCUMENTARY INSTITUTE SHOWCASE Date Monday November 11 2013 3 30 p m Location Whitehall Classroom Building room 106 Speaker s Presenter s 3 young filmmakers from the Appalachian Region Q A with AMI filmmakers after screening PICKIN TIME MOUNTAIN MUSIC AND HARVEST DAY Date Saturday November 2 2013 9 a m to 6 30 p m Location RCARS Robinson Center for Appalachian Resource Sustainability Jackson KY Speaker s Presenter s Larry Cordle Stephens Family Band Lee Sexton Rich Kirby Carla Gover Johnny Sexton Ron Pen John Haywood Jesse Wells The 1st annual Pickin Time event held at RCARS in Jackson KY was a huge success and a very fun and educational day for UK staff faculty and community members The day held group learning sessions for banjo guitar vocals a local arts and crafts market farmer s market and much more SUE MASSEK PERFORMS PRECIOUS MEMORIES Date October 23 2013 7 p m Location Singletary Center for the Arts Recital Hall Speaker s Presenter s Sue Massek Musician Performer Activist This event was free and open to the public Sue Massek performed Precious Memories a play written by Si Kahn during his residency at the UK Appalachian

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  • Appalachian Studies Program | Appalachian Center
    Registration Appalachian Forum Share this page Appalachian Studies Program Appalachian Studies Program Courses History of the Program Appalachian Studies is an Interdisciplinary Program offered by the College of Arts Sciences at the University of Kentucky Visit our faculty Check out our course offerings Courses News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Enviornmental Sustainability Studies Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latin Studies Linguistics Mathematics Mathematical Economics Modern Classical Languages Literatures Cultures Philosophy Physics Astronomy Political Science Psychology Russian Studies Social Theory Sociology Statistics Topical Studies Writing Rhetoric Digital Studies A S Quicklinks A S Home About Advising Faculty Staff Resources Giving Scholarships Employment Site Map Contact A S A S Social Media Facebook Twitter Vimeo Flickr Tumblr

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