Tedesco's Selected Bibliography
Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee State University.
This bibliography of scholarship on Appalachia is intended to serve primarily as a guide to works published since 1960.
Appalachian Studies Bibliography
West Virginia University Libraries
This index of Appalachian Studies comprises thousands of citations arranged under 25 topics, and covers year 1994 to present. Approximately 500-700 citations to books, journal articles and more are added annually.
Urban Appalachian Council Bibliography and Working Papers
The UAC maintains a current bibliography and a selection of recent working papers on urban Appalachians and on Appalachian migration.
Appalachian Center Maps
The University of Kentucky Center offers a comprehensive collection of maps on Central Appalchia and the ARC region. The Center has numerous online publications.
Women in Tennessee History: A Bibliography
This bibliography brings together about 170 references to books, journal articles, dissertations, and videocassettes. Hypertext links are made to online sites.
Annotated Bibliography on Appalachian English
(based on James B. McMillan and Michael B. Montgomery, Annotated Bibliography of Southern American English. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1989.)
This bibliography on Appalachian dialects includes web, film, book, and print article publications. Topics include dialects and schools, dialect diversity, dialects in literature, and journals, associations, and societies in the fields of linguistics and Appalachian studies.
Southern and Central Appalachian English
This bibliography identifies and briefly summarizes the content of more than five hundred articles, chapters, and books written on the English of southern and central Appalachia. The emphasis is on academic and research-based publications, but popular ones are also included, especially those dealing with vocabulary and names.
Many of these links compiled by John Willets- DePaul University School for New Learning.
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