Related Resources

Backgrounders:


Implications of Learning Research

Reinventing Myself as a Professor

E-Newsletters:

March 2004

"Coal in the Heart of Appalachian Life" pp. 3-4

"First Results from SENCER SALG" p. 9

May 2004

"SSI 2004 Participants" p. 2

December 2004

"Coal in the Heart of Appalachian Life" p. 3

April 2005

"Announcing the SSI 2005 Participants" p. 4
"Capacious Work, Briefly Stated" pp. 5-6
"Learning Chemistry Through Policy Issues and Civic Engagement: A Report from the American Chemical Society Meeting in San Diego" pp. 7-8

Outside resources:

References:

Ressler, M. M. (1977). Appalachia. Charleston, WV: The Appalachian Center of Morris Harvey College.

Lockard, D. (1998). Coal: A memoir and critique. Charlottesville, VA: The University Press of Virginia.

Mountain State Coal (CD-ROM), WV Geological and Economic Survey, 2003

Folklore textbooks:

The American Folklife Center. A guide to folklife and fieldwork. Washington, DC: The Library of Congress.

Armstead, R., & Gardener, D. L. (2002). Black days, black dust: The memories of an African-American coal miner. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press.

Bonasso, R. (2003). Fire in the hole. (n.l.)

Byers, J., Randolph, J., & Tenney, N. W. (1999). In the Mountain State: A West Virginia folklore and cultural studies curriculum. Charleston, WV: West Virginia Humanities Council.

Maurer, B. B. (1975). Mountain Heritage (7th Ed.). Parsons, WV: McClain Printing.

McNeill, L. (1988). The Milk-Weed Ladies. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Science textbooks:

Lockard, D. (1988). Coal: A memoir and critique. Charlottesville, VA: The University Press of Virginia.

Mountain State Coal (CD-ROM), WV Geological and Economic Survey, 2003





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