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Syllabi on Appalachian Studies and Related Topics
The Appalachian Studies Association’s online syllabus archive is a resource for instructors
designing Appalachian Studies courses as well as a partial history of the teaching of Appalachian
Studies.
You may search the entire archive for syllabi by course name, discipline, institution, or instructor.
Entries below are listed according to department or field in which they are taught.
You may also submit your own syllabus for the archive. Submit Syllabi Here

Syllabi Topics :
Anthropology
     Appalachian Culture and Social Organization

Humanities
   Appalachia
   Appalachia: An Introduction
   Appalachian Culture
   Appalachian Environment and Its Cultures
   Appalachian Folkways
   Appalachian Studies 200
   Hillbilly Highway: Appalachia and America
   Introduction to Appalachian Studies (5)
   Introduction to Appalachian Studies: Exile, Return, and Sense of Place
   Nonprofit Leadership in Appalachia

Literature and Composition
     Appalachian Culture
     Appalachian Folklore
     Appalachian Literature (5)
     Constructing Appalachian Images in Composition
     Introduction to Expository Writing
     Regional American Literature : Kentucky and Appalachia
     Traditions and Adaptations in Literature for Young Children : Appalachian Emphasis

Geography
    Appalachia: Land and People
    Appalachian Geography
    Sustainability in Appalachia
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History
    Appalachian Development: Human Resources and Economic Distress in Rural
       Communities
    Appalachia on Film
    Appalachian History
    History of Appalachia
    History of Women in Southern Appalachia: Myth and Reality
    History of Southern Appalachia
    A Readings Seminar in the History of Appalachia
    Southern Appalachian Culture

Political Science
    Appalachian Political Economy
    Appalachian Political Perspectives

Sociology
    Appalachian and American Cultural Systems
    Appalachian Field Practicum/ Research
    Community Activism
    Introduction to the Sociology of Appalachia
    Political Economy of Appalachia
    Social Institutions in Appalachia

Women’s Studies
   Appalachian Women
   History of Women in Southern Appalachia: Myth and Reality

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Anthropology (1)

Appalachian Culture and Social Organization-Anthro 4120/ 5120
Authors/Instructors: Pat Beaver, Helen Lewis
Institution: Appalachian State University
Date: Fall 1999
PDF
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Humanities (14)

Appalachia- HUM 141                            Institution: Sinclair Community College
Authors/Instructors: Carol Baugh
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                                          Appalachia: An Introduction- AS 2410
Date: Spring 2003                         Authors/Instructors: Katherine Ledford
PDF                                       Institution: Center for Appalachian Studies
                                          at Appalachian State University
                                          Date: Spring 2009
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Appalachian Culture- APS 121              Appalachian Environment and Its
Authors/Instructors: Chad Berry           Cultures- UNI 410
Institution: Berea College                Authors/Instructors: Tom Hood, Shirley
Date: Spring 2008                         Rice Hollis
PDF                                       Institution: University of TN, Knoxville
                                          Date: 1996-2000
                                          PDF




Appalachian Folkways- HUM 140             Introduction to Appalachian Studies-
Authors/Instructors: Carol Baugh          APS 200
Institution: Sinclair Community College   Authors/Instructors: George Brosi
Date: Spring 2000, 2003                   Institution: University of Kentucky
PDF                                       Date: Fall 2000
                                          PDF

Hillbilly Highway: Appalachia and         Introduction to Appalachian Studies-
America- AS 63                            APST 200
Authors/Instructors: David Whisnant       Authors/Instructors: Dwight Billings
Institution: UNC-Chapel Hill              Institution: University of Kentucky
Date: Fall 1997                           Date: Fall (yearly)
PDF                                       PDF


Introduction to Appalachian Studies-
APST 200                                  Introduction to Appalachian Studies
Authors/Instructors: Ruth Derrick         (Honors)- APST 3018
Institution: Radford University           Authors/Instructors: Theresa Lloyd
Date: Spring 2009                         Institution: East Tennessee State University
PDF                                       Date: Fall 2001, 2002
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PDF

Introduction to Appalachian Studies-           Introduction to Appalachian Studies-
APST 2060                                      HUM 1704
Authors/Instructors: Ted Olson                 Authors/Instructors: Emily Satterwhite
Institution: East Tennessee State University   Institution: Virginia Tech
Date: Fall 2002                                Date: Spring 2006
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Introduction to Appalachian               Nonprofit Leadership in Appalachia- APS
Studies: Exile, Return, and Sense of      103
Place- IDS 300                            Authors/Instructors: David Cooke
Authors/Instructors: Emily Satterwhite    Institution: Berea College
Institution: Emory University             Date: January 2010
Date: Spring 2000                         PDF
PDF (SAMPLE syllabus created for a
Pedagogy course)
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Literature and Composition (11)

Appalachian Culture- ENG 220                   Appalachian Folklore- ENG 446
Authors/Instructors: Linda Tate, Rachael       Authors/Instructors: Ricky Cox
Meads                                          Institution: Radford University
Institution: Shepherd College                  Date: Fall 1999
Date: Spring 2000                              PDF
PDF

Appalachian Literature- ENG 238                Appalachian Literature- ENG 389
Authors/Instructors: Carol Baugh               Authors/Instructors: Howard Kuhn
Institution: Sinclair Community College        Institution: West Virginia University
Date: Spring 2003                              Institute of Technology
PDF                                            Date: Fall 1999
                                               PDF

Appalachian Literature- ENG 334                Date: Fall 1997 PDF
Authors/Instructors: John Lang                 Reading Appalachia: Nation, Region, and
Institution: Emory and Henry College           Home- ENG 340
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Authors/Instructors: Katherine Ledford      Date: Summer 2005
Institution: Mars Hill College              PDF

Appalachian Literature- ENG 213             Constructing Appalachian Images in
Authors/Instructors: Robert Love Taylor     Composition- ENG 101
Institution: Bucknell University            Authors/Instructors: Anna Froula
Date: Spring 2001                           Institution: University of Kentucky
Author’s Website                            Date: Fall 2000
                                            PDF

Introduction to Expository Writing- ENG     Regional American Literature: Kentucky
101                                         and Appalachia- ENG 667
Authors/Instructors: JoAnn Asbury           Authors/Instructors: Danny Miller
Institution: Radford University             Institution: Northern Kentucky University
Date: Fall 2002                             Date: Spring 1998
PDF                                         PDF


Traditions and Adaptations in Literature for Young Children: Appalachian Emphasis-
ENG 525
Authors/Instructors: Tina Hanlon
Institution: Hollins University
Date: Summer 2005
PDF
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Geography (3)

Appalachia: Land and People- GEO
333/533                                     Appalachian Geography- GEO 203
Authors/Instructors: Geoff Buckley          Authors/Instructors: Loretta J. LeMay
Institution: Ohio University                Institution: Radford University
Date: Spring 2003                           Date: Fall 2002
PDF                                         PDF

Sustainability in Appalachia- GEO 430
Authors/Instructors: Alice Jones
Institution: Eastern Kentucky University
Date: Spring 2005
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History (8)

Appalachian Development: Human              History of Women in Appalachia: Myth
Resources and Economic Distress in          and Reality- HST 4956/5956
Rural Communities- HST 600                  Authors/Instructors: Marie Tedesco
Authors/Instructors: Ron Eller              Institution: East Tennessee State University
Institution: Visiting ARC Scholar at        Date: Summer 1999
University of Kentucky                      PDF
Date: Spring 2000
PDF                                         History of Southern Appalachia- HST
                                            4167/5167
Appalachia on Film- HST 1020                Authors/Instructors: Marie Tedesco
Author/Instructor: John Inscoe              Institution: East Tennessee State University
Institution: University of Georgia          Date: Fall 1999
Date: Spring 2002                           PDF
PDF
                                            A Readings Seminar in the History of
Appalachian History                         Appalachia- HST 650
Authors/Instructors: Gordon McKinney        Authors/Instructors: Ron Eller
Institution: Berea College                  Institution: University of Kentucky
Date: 1999                                  Date: Spring 1998
PDF                                         PDF

History of Appalachia- HST 546              Southern Appalachian Culture- HST 446
Authors/Instructors: Gordon McKinney        Authors/Instructors: Curtis Wood
Institution: Berea College                  Institution: Western Carolina University
Date: 1997                                  Date: 1997
PDF                                         PDF

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Political Science (2)
                                          Appalachian Political Perspectives- PS
Appalachian Political Economy- PS 203     5310
Authors/Instructors: Steve Fisher         Authors/Instructors: Billy Schumann
Institution: Emory and Henry College      Institution: Appalachian State University
Date: Fall 1996                           Date: Spring 2005
PDF                                       PDF

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Sociology (6)
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                                          Introduction to the Sociology of
Appalachian and American Cultural         Appalachia- SOC 140
Systems- SOC 210                          Authors/Instructors : Sally Ward Maggard
Authors/Instructors: Thomas Plaut         Institution : West Virginia University
Institution: Mars Hill College            Date : Fall 1998
Date: Spring 1997                         PDF
PDF
                                          Political Economy of Appalachia- SOC
Appalachian Field Practicum/ Research-    349
SOC 487                                   Authors/Instructors : Deborah Thompson
Authors/Instructors : Deborah Thompson    Institution : Union College
Institution : Union College               Date : Fall 1998
Date : Fall 1998                          PDF
PDF
                                          Social Institutions of Appalachia- SOC
Community Activism- SOC 495               422
Authors/Instructors : Nelda Pearson       Authors/Instructors : Deborah Thompson
Institution : Radford University          Institution : Union College
Date : Spring 1996                        Date : Fall 1998
PDF                                       PDF

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Women’s Studies (1)

Appalachian Women- SOC 492
Authors/Instructors: Nelda Pearson
Institution: Radford University
Date: 1998
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