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Appalachian Curator

We’re pleased to announce publication of the Spring/Summer issue of the Appalachian Curator. This issue includes an interview with Scottish archivist Catherine MacPhee, the first part of a new update of the 1985 Archives in Appalachia survey, responses from two PhD candidates on archival research during the pandemic, our new “ask an archivist” feature, a report on ASA’s Special Collections committee, a story on the Library of Appalachian Preaching at Marshall University, what’s new in Appalachian archives, and our featured collection, ETSU’s Archives of Appalachia. Enjoy!

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