appalachia

'Place Matters' Talk to Focus on Sexual Identities in Rural America

Mary L. Gray, author of "Out in the Country: Youth, Media, and Queer Visibility in Rural America," will speak at the University of Kentucky Appalachian Center on Friday, Jan. 27.

Deadline for Appalachian Research Symposium Call for Papers Is Dec. 15

Students are encouraged to submit abstracts of their work related to Appalachia for presentation at the third annual Appalachian Research Symposium and Arts Showcase. The deadline for the call for papers is Dec. 15.

Dean's Channel - Ron Eller (part 2)

Ron Eller is a professor in the department of History, where he specializes in Appalachian history. In this Dean's Channel video, Professor Eller speaks about his new book, "Uneven Ground: Appalachian Since 1945" and his ties to the Appalachian region.

Dean's Channel - Ron Eller

Ron Eller is a professor in the department of History, where he specializes in Appalachian history. In this Dean's Channel video, Professor Eller speaks about his new book, "Uneven Ground: Appalachian Since 1945" and his ties to the Appalachian region.

UK Appalachian Center Hosts AMI Film Showcase

Young people from the Appalachian Media Institute (AMI) will be showcasing three films on campus this week that give a realistic look at Appalachia.

Dean's Channel: Appalachia in the 21st Century

Dean Mark Kornbluh sits down with Ann Kingsolver, a professor in the Department of Anthropology and the new Director of the Appalachian Research Center and the Appalachian Studies Program. Find out about her passion for the region and how she plans to strengthen UK/Appalachia connections.

Fading Appalachian Dialect Features

Dr. Kirk Hazen from West Virginia University discusses Fading Appalachian Dialect Features. This is part of the linguistics program speaker series.

Visiting Professor To Discuss Environmental History

University of Massachusetts-Lowell history professor will discuss the history of environmentalism and its connection to the modern-day struggle against mountaintop removal.

Natalie Baxter at Appalshop's Appalachian Media Institute

In summer 2011, Arts & Sciences Video Production team member Natalie Baxter traveled to Whitesburg, Ky to help teach Appalshop interns how to create documentary style short films about the Appalachian region. The program, Appalachian Media Institute (AMI), has interns ages 14 to 21 that live in the surrounding Appalachian Kentucky counties. Filmed by: Dana Rogers, Brian Connors Manke, and Noah Adler Edited by: Dana Rogers

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