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Adaptive occasions: synchronic correlatives in traditional folktale adaptation2019 Journal of American folklore 132 (525): 310-25
  • Joseph Sobol
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751in thematic issue 'Thinking with stories in times of conflict'
The earliest occurrence of a newly described domesticate in eastern North America: Adena/Hopewell communities and agricultural innovation2018 Journal of anthropological archaeology 49: 39-50
  • Natalie G. Mueller
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
A sense of home: from east Kentucky to the indigenous Southwest2018 Practicing anthropology 40 (4): 10-11
  • Jeremy Naylor
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Anthropologists advocate for change: immigration, removal, and resilience in the United States'
Getting lost in Gatlinburg: how low-income residents "make do" in an Appalachian tourist town2018 City and society 30 (3): 293-317
  • J. Hope Amason
H6/KD [CITY-]0893-0465
Please in my backyard: quiet mobilization in support of fracking in an Appalachian community2018 American journal of sociology 124 (2): 479-516
  • Colin Jerolmack
  • Edward T. Walker
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Dream some more: storytelling as therapy2018 Folklore 129 (3): 221-36
  • Carl Líndahl
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
Negotiating the interpretation of depression shared among kin2018 Medical anthropology 37 (7): 538-52
  • Claire Snell-Rood
  • Nancy Schoenberg
  • Richard Merkel
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'Mental health an domestic worlds'
Household ceramic diversity in the late prehistory of the Apalachian summit2017 Southeastern archaeology 36 (2): 156-64
  • Thomas R. Whyte
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578Xin special issue 'Recent approaches to pottery and society in the Southeast
Nineteenth-century ceramics and consumer behavior among the "mountain folk" of the upper Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee2017 Southeastern archaeology 36 (1): 46-61
  • Kimberly Pyszka
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578X
Reinventing mountain food traditions and small farm survival in southern Apalachia2017 Martor: revue d'anthropologie du Musée du Paysan Roumain 22: 81-90
  • Chris Baker
H6/KVQ [MARTOR-]1224-6271in thematic issue 'Back to the future: creative traditions in the 21st century'
Peers, stereotypes and health communication through the cultural lens of adolescent Appalachian mothers2016 Culture, health & sexuality 18 (2): 115-29
  • Elizabeth Dalton
  • Laura Miller
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1369-1058
Ritualised craft production at the Hopewell periphery: new evidence from the Appalachian summit2015 Antiquity 89 (343): 137-53
  • Alice P. Wright
  • Erika Loveland
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Mature talk in an Appalachian newspaper: what environmental discourse analysis reveals about efforts to address exurbanization and climate change2015 Human organization 74 (1): 185-96
  • Brian J. Burke
  • Meredith Welch-Devine
  • Seth Gustafson
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Lessons from interdisciplinary qualitative research: learning to work against a single story2015 Qualitative research 15 (6): 738-54
  • Allison Daniel Anders
  • Jessica Nina Lester
H6 [QUALITATIVE-]1468-7941
'Rose Connolly' revisited: re-imagining the Irish in Southern Appalachia2014 Journal of American folklore 127 (506): 425-47
  • Emily Kader
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Appalachia and "the commons": an introduction2014 Practicing anthropology 36 (4): 3-7
  • Anita Puckett
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue; also in Spanish, 8-12
Economic transition in central Appalachia: knowledge/power mapping for bottom-up policy2014 Practicing anthropology 36 (4): 13-18
  • Andrew Munn
  • Betsy Taylor
  • Bill Price
  • Dan Taylor
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Appalachia and "the commons"'
Documenting and engaging communities in Appalachia and Wales: life after coal2014 Practicing anthropology 36 (4): 19-24
  • Patricia Beaver
  • Tom Hansell
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Appalachia and "the commons"'
Materializing Apalachian Kentucky coal towns: public archaeology as applied anthropology in the coal camp documentary project2014 Practicing anthropology 36 (4): 25-30
  • Shane Barton
  • Zada Komara
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Appalachia and "the commons"'
Addressing health inequities in Appalachian Kentucky through community-engaged interventions: reflections after 10 years of applied research2014 Practicing anthropology 36 (4): 31-6
  • Claire Snell-Rood
  • Katie Dollarhide
  • Mark Swanson
  • Nancy Schoenberg
  • Sherry Wright
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Appalachia and "the commons"'
Engaged ethnography in Appalachia: indigeneity, resistance, and loyalty2014 Practicing anthropology 36 (4): 37-41
  • Jennifer R. Wies
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Appalachia and "the commons"'
The suspicious, untrusting hillbilly in political-economic contexts: stereotypes and social trust in the Appalachian coalfields2014 Practicing anthropology 36 (4): 42-6
  • Shaunna L. Scott
  • Stephanie McSpirit
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Appalachia and "the commons"'
Applying anthropological practice through global engagement in the University of Kentucky Applachian Center2014 Practicing anthropology 36 (4): 47-51
  • Ann Kingslover
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Appalachia and "the commons"'
Groundtruthing the public trust: ethnography, mountaintop retention, and the reclamation area2014 Practicing anthropology 36 (4): 52-8
  • Mary Hufford
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Appalachia and "the commons"'
Soapstone vessel chronology and function in the southern Appalachians of eastern Tennessee: the Apple Barn site (40BT90) assemblage2014 Southeastern archaeology 33 (2): 153-67
  • Edward W. Wells III
  • Kandace D. Hollenbach
  • Sarah C. Sherwood
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578X
What kind of God?2013 Hau 3 (3): 375-80
  • Annelin Eriksen
  • Ruy Blanes
2049-1115comments on When God talks back: understanding the American Evangelical relationship with God by T Luhrmann (New York: Alfred E. Knopf, 2012)
Rethinking the informal economy: implications for regional analysis1996 Research in economic anthropology 17: 43-79
  • Rhoda H. Halperin
The Melungeon film project1993 Tennessee Anthropological Association Newsletter 18 (2): 1-2
  • C H Faulkner
  • U T Knoxville
The Appalachian social context and the battering of women1993 Practicing anthropology 15 (3): 20-4
  • J I Fiene
Surfacing local theology in Appalachia: the use of participatory research in theological reflection1993 Missiology 21 (2): 155-72
  • M A Hinsdale
In the heart of Appalachia1993 National geographic magazine 183 (2): 112-136
  • J Ralston
  • K Kasmauski photogr
A question of loyalty: national and regional identity in narratives of Appalachia1992 Anthropological Quarterly 65 (3): 105-16
  • M K Anglin
Folk hematology in the Appalachian south1992 Journal of folklore research 29 (1): 23-36
  • A P Cavender
Representation and authority in ethnographic film-video: reception1992 Ethnomusicology 36 (1): 95-8
  • B Dornfeld
H6/KFYV [ETHNOMUSICOLOGY-]
Five women negotiating the meaning of negotiation1992 Anthropological Quarterly 65 (3): 101-4
  • A E Kingsolver
Representation and authority in ethnographic film-video: production1992 Ethnomusicology 36 (1): 89-94
  • J T Titon
H6/KFYV [ETHNOMUSICOLOGY-]
Family planning and fertility in southern Appalachia: a community study1991 Human organisation 50 (4): 393-405
  • D L Hochstrasser
  • G A Gairola