An interdisciplinary journal about regions, places, and cultures of the US South and their global connections

Space, Place, and Appalachia

The 2008 Southern Spaces series Space, Place, and Appalachia is a collection of innovative, interdisciplinary publications that explore Appalachian geographies through multimedia presentations. Pieces in this series interpret sites of cultural significance, as well as spatial imaginaries, engaging such topics as music, folk cultures, labor practices, mountaintop removal mining, population displacement, and popular representations of Appalachia.

Rob Amberg, Madison County, North Carolina
5 June 2007
photo essay

Shirley Stewart Burns, PhD, Independent Appalachian Scholar

30 September 2009

Earl Dotter, Photographer

16 July 2008
photo essay

Barbara Ellen Smith, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University  

Stephen L. Fisher, Emory and Henry College

31 January 2013

Denise Giardina, West Virginia State University

21 May 2009

Bradley Hanson, Brown University

20 November 2008

Scott L. Matthews, Hollins University

6 August 2008

Allen Tullos (compiler), Emory University

15 April 2004

James B. Wallace, Emory University

4 June 2007