41st Annual ASA Conference
Research in Action
Submit to the Journal of Appalachian Studies
The Journal is always accepting manuscript submissions for consideration. The JAS welcomes any serious scholarship on Appalachia, the region, or its people. Anyone interested in submitting should refer to the submission guidelines and requirements. >> Read more
ASA in Classroom
Updated K-12 Educational Resources
Bring the study of Appalachian topics and perspectives into your K-12 Classroom with our updated list of resources. >> More
Volunteer with the ASA
The ASA needs you! Why? Because the ASA depends on volunteers who donate their time and effort to run the organization, publish the JAS, and plan the annual conference. Check out our ASA Volunteer Form to see how you can help! >> Read more
Spring Newsletter Now Available!
The spring 2013 issue of Appalink is now available online. Check it out by clicking here. >> Read more
2017 Conference Plenary - Extreme Appalachia: Rage and Renewal
In case you missed the Thirty-Seventh Annual ASA Conference in Huntington, WV, March 28-30, 2014, live stream video of the keynote address and two of the plenaries are available at the links below.
Keynote Address: “Our Secret Places in the Waiting World: Becoming a New Appalachia” by Silas House
Plenary I: “Me? An Appalachian Stereotype? I Thought my Stories Worked Against That” by Adam Booth and Rebecca Hill
Plenary II: “Appalachian Women, A Herstory of Oppression and Resistance” by Sue Massek
News and Announcements
2018 Call for Participation and Conference Submissions Portal
The 2018 Call for Participation is now available for the upcoming 41st Annual ASA Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 5 – 8, 2018 at the Millennium Hotel. The proposal submission form is now open and may be submitted via Marshall Digital Scholar. The deadline for proposals is October 9, 2017.
2018 Preliminary Call for Participation
The 2018 Preliminary Call for Particpation for the 41st Annual ASA Conference is now available.
Georgia Mountain Story Telling Festival
Young Harris College
“Claim Your Voice”
The third annual Georgia Mountain Storytelling Festival will be held on the campus of Young Harris College, March 31- April1, 2017. Advance tickets may be purchased through February 25, 2017. Please click here for additional details.
Applications for the 2017 NEH Summer Institute for Teachers, Voices from the Misty Mountains, Now Being Accepted
The National Endowment for the Humanities and Shepherd University announce the application call for the 2017 NEH Summer Institute Voices from the Misty Mountains, Appalachian Writers and Mountain Culture. Any public school teacher or educator is invited to apply before the March 1, 2017 deadline. For application details, see the Misty Mountains website at http://www.shepherd.edu/neh. Questions should be directed to Sylvia Bailey Shurbutt at email@example.com.
Y'ALL 2016 Newsletter
The Y'ALL Committee's Summer 2016 newsletter is now available.