Register of the Kentucky Historical Society Beyond the War on Poverty: Appalachia Post-1970 on Project Muse

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Register special issue, Beyond the War On Poverty: Appalachia Post-1970 available on Project Muse: https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/43196

 

Beyond the War on Poverty: Appalachia Post-1970 

Kathryn Newfont, Guest Editor

 

Introduction

Bloodroot: Appalachia since 1970

By Kathryn Newfont

 

Articles

What Does it Mean to Be “Young” in the Mountains? Voices from the “Youth Activism in Different Generations in Appalachia” Oral History Project 

By Tammy Clemons

 

Appalachian Movements 

By Phillip J. Obermiller and Thomas E. Wagner

 

Eastern Kentucky Advocate: A Q&A with Attorney John M. Rosenberg 

By John M. Rosenberg and Stephanie M. Lang

 

“Signals to Every Dip and Hollow”: The Rise and Fall of the Appalachian Education Satellite Program and the Appalachian Community Service Network 

By Carson E. Benn

 

The “Book of Mamaw”: Religion, Representation, and Hillbilly Elegy 

By Joseph D. Witt

 

“Old Kentucky Homo”: Lige Clarke’s Gay Liberation 

By Jonathan Coleman

 

Book Reviews