Posters for Environmental Symposium

Projects for English 301 and English 207
Fall 2006

Dr. Tina L. Hanlon, thanlon@ferrum.edu

Ferrum College

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UPDATE: GIVE YOUR TITLE TO DR. HANLON BY MONDAY, NOV. 6 IF YOU WAN T A SPECIFIC TITLE ON THE SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM.

Web site for Environmental Symposium. You can register online to attend other events in addition to the poster presentation (and you should definitely do so if you are in Appalachian Literature).

Deadlines for Posters:

Other Poster Guidelines

Check here later for updates to these guidelines and details about topics that various students are selecting.

General Resources for Topics in Appalachian Literature:

Appalachian Studies Association Bibliography (online)

Appalachian Studies Bibliography Cumulation 1994-2004, WVU (online)

Encyclopedia of Appalachia. Eds. Rudy Abramson and Jean Haskell. Knoxville: Univ. of Tennessee Press, 2006. Entries are arranged alphabetically within each section, such as Cultural Traditions: Folklore and Folklife, Cultural Traditions: Humor, Cultural Traditions: Language, Cultural Traditions: Literature. (In our library's reference section.)

On reserve for this class: Edwards, Grace Toney, JoAnn Aust Asbury, and Ricky L. Cox, eds. A Handbook to Appalachia: An Introduction to the Region. Knoxville, Univ. of Tennessee Press, 2006. Excellent introduction to regional studies by a variety of scholars, including a section by Roberta Herrin on children's literature.

AppLit: Resources for Readers and Teachers of Appalachian Literature for Children and Young Adults

Poster Topics (this is what I know so far):

In Children's Literature:

In Appalachian Literature:

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