Appalachian Studies Faculty Selected Journal Publications


Anglin, M. K. (forthcoming). "Moving Forward: Gender and Globalization in/of Appalachian Studies." Appalachian Journal.
Badagliacco, J., & Werner, T. (forthcoming). From the Mountains to the Plains: Rural Violence, Gendered Poverty, and Public Policy. Journal of Violence Against Women.

Billings, D. (forthcoming). Supporting 'Conscious Hearts' and Oppositional Knowledge in the Struggle Against Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining. Journal of Appalachian Studies.

Billings, D., & McCourt, M. (revise and resubmit). Representing Class and Economy in Appalachian Kentucky. Rethinking Marxism.

Billings, D., & Samson, W. (under review). Evangelical Christians and the Environment: 'Christians for the Mountains' and the Appalachian Movement against Mountain Top Removal Coal Mining. American Journal of Sociology.

Pen, R. A. (forthcoming). Review of The Bluegrass Reader by Thomas Goldsmith. Journal of Appalachian Studies.

Scott, S. L. (forthcoming). Discovering What the People Knew: The 1979 Appalachian Land Ownership Study. Action Research.


Sakamoto, K., & Hustedde, R. (2008). Tensions and Reflections about the Domination of Technical Knowledge in Community Development. Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society, 39(3), 1-17.

Scott, S. L. (2008). Revisiting the Appalachian Land Ownership Study: An Oral Historical Account. Appalachian Journal, 35(2), 236-252.

Stapel, C., & DeYoung, A. J. (2008). Rural-Cons, Pro-Rurals and Ru-bans: Toward a Collaborative Rural Education Research Agenda. Under Revision for the Journal of Research in Rural Education.

Yanarella, E. J., & Blankenship, S. (2008). Big House in the Hollers: Prison Recruitment as Economic Development in Appalachia and Beyond. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 12(Fall), 110-139.


Anglin, M. K. (2007). "Feminist Praxis." Appalachian Journal 34(3-4): 432-433.
Billings, D. (2007). Connecting the Academy and the Community. Appalachian Journal, 34(3-4), 433-436.

McSpirit, S., Scott, S. L., Gill, D., Hardesty, S., & Sims, D. (2007). Public Risk Perceptions after an Appalachian Coal Water Disaster: A Survey Assesment. Southern Rural Sociology, 22(2), 83-110.


Badagliacco, J., & Ruiz, C. (2006). Impoverished Appalachia and Kentucky Genomes: What is at Stake? How do Feminist Reply? New Genetics and Society, 25(2), 209-227.

Schoenberg, N. E., C. Hopenhayn, et al. (2006). "An in-depth and updated perspective on determinants of cervical cancer screening among central Appalachian women." Women and Health 42(2): 89-105.

Billings, D. (2005). From the Editor. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 11(1&2), 3-6.

McSpirit, S., Scott, S. L., Hardesty, S., & Welch, R. (2005). EPA Actions in Post-Disaster Martin County, Kentucky: An Analysis of Bureaucratic Slippage and Agency Recreancy. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 11(1&2), 30-58.

Pen, R. A. (2005). Review of Smile When You Call Me a Hillbilly by Jeffrey Lange. Journal of Agricultural History(Spring).

Scott, S. L., McSpirit, S., Hardesty, S., & Welch, R. (2005). Post Disaster Interviews with Martin County Citizens: 'Gray Clouds' of Blame and Distrust. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 11(1&2), 7-29.


Anglin, M. K. (2004). Erasures of the Past: Culture, Power, and Heterogeneity in Appalachia. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 10(1/2), 12p.

Billings, D. (2004). From the Editors. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 10(1&2), 3-6.

Billings, D., & Blee, K. (2004). Social Origins of Appalachian Poverty: Markets, Cultural Strategies, and the State in an Appalachian Community, 1804-1940. Rethinking Marxism, 16(1), 19-36.

Knight, E. A., F. D. Scutchfield, et al. (2004). "Implementing the National local Public Health System Performance Assessment: Evaluation of a Readiness Process in Kentucky." Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 10: 216-224.
Shaw, T. C., A. J. DeYoung, et al. (2004). "Educational Attainment in Appalachia: Growing with the Nation, but Challenges Remain." Journal of Appalachian Studies 10(3): 307-330.
Werner, T., & Badagliacco, J. (2004). Families and Households in Appalachia: What do we know from the 2000 Census? Journal of Appalachian Studies, Appalachia and the 2000 Census, 10(3), 373-388.


Billings, D. (2003). L'Appalachia Risponde: Steritipi e Critica Culturale in una Region Americana. A'coma: Risista Internazionale di Studi NordAmericani, 35-46.

Billings, D. (2003). From the Editors. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 9(1).

Billings, D. (2003). From the Editors. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 9(2).

Gruidl, J., & Hustedde, R. (2003). Evaluation of Capacity Building Programs: A Learning Organization Approach. Journal of Extension, 41(5), 1-7.


Anglin, M. K. (2002). Lessons from Appalachia in the 20th Century: Poverty Power, and the 'Grassroots'. American Anthropologist, 104(2), 18p.

Billings, D. (2002). From the Editors. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 8(2).

Billings, D. (2002). Practicing Sociology in Appalachia: An Interview. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 30(2-3), 164-180.

Billings, D. (2002). Reinterpreting Appalachian History before the Era of Capitalist Industrialization. Appalachian Journal, 30(1), 92-104.

Billings, D., ed. (2002). Standing at the Crossroads: A Symposium on Globalization and Appalachian Studies. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 8(1).

Hustedde, R., & Ganowicz, J. (2002). The Basics: What's Essential about Theory for Community Development Practice? Journal of the Community Development Society, 33(1), 1-30.

Hustedde, R., & King, B. S. (2002). Rituals: Emotions, Community Faith in Soul and the Messiness of Life. Community Development Journal, 37(4), 338-348.

Pen, R. A. (2002). Review of Don't Get Above Your Raisin' by Bill Malone. Journal of Appalachian Studies(Fall).

Scott, S. L. (2002). From Sociology of Appalachia to Sociology in Appalachia: Transforming SOC 534 into a Field Research Class. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 8(1), 144-165.


Billings, D. (2001). Insularity, Advocacy, and Postmodernism in Appalachian Studies. Appalachian Journal, 29(3).

Billings, D., contributor (2001). Roundtable Discussion of American Hollow. Appalachian Journal, 29(1-2).

Billings, D. (2001 ). From the Editors. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 7(2).

Brunn, S. D. (2001). "Citizen Reaction to a Proposed Time Zone Boundary Change in
Kentucky: Juxtaposing Boundaries on the Land/In the Mind." Southeastern Geographer 41(2): 230-242.
Hougland, J. G. (2001). Education Reform and the Public: Public Attitudes and Policy Questions Arising from the First Decade of the Kentucky Education Reform Act. Journal of Applied Sociology, 18, 175-188.

Scott, S. L. (2001). Civic Lessons from Another Place: A Case Study of the Northern Ireland Women's Festivals. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 7(2), 187-226.


Anglin, M. K. (2000). Towards a Workable Past: Dangerous Memories and Feminist Perspectives. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 6(1 and 2), 71-99.

Billings, D., contributor (2000). Symposium on The Road to Poverty: The Making of Wealth and Hardship in Appalachia. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 6(1&2), 9-34.

Haleman, D. L., & DeYoung, A. J. (2000). A Reflective Essay Concerning Something Better: Experiences of Appalachian Rural Trust Schools. Journal of Research in Rural Education, 16(1), 1-5.

King, B. S., & Hustedde, R. (2000). Strengthening Civic Engagement in Decision-Making. The Rural South: Preparing for the Challenges of the 21st Century.

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