Affiliates

The Appalachian Center & Appalachian Studies Program is a vibrant community consisting of undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, staff, and community members. Representing a wide array of disciplines from colleges across the University, affiliates partner with Appalachian communities, conduct research, lead community engagement projects, and teach courses relating to the region.

To become an Appalachian Center affiliate, please complete the following form:

Appalachian Center Affiliation Application

To become a faculty affiliate for the Appalachian Studies Program please complete the following form:

Appalachian Studies Faculty Affiliation Application


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PhD student
Modern sedimentary processes, Quaternary studies, tropical wetlands
106 Slone
(859) 218-3548
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Senior Lecturer
629 Patterson Office Tower
859-257-3506
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Graduate Research Assistant, M.S. Student
Landscape ecology, Conservation
214 Thomas Poe Cooper Building
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Professor, Department of Gender and Women's Studies, Professor, Department of English, Affiliate faculty, American Studies Program, and Appalachian Studies, University Research Professor
20th-century American culture and literature, critical studies of whiteness, race and reproduction, theories of gender and sexuality, Right-Wing Movements
213 Breckinridge Hall
859-257-1788
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Anthropology PhD Candidate, Graduate Instructor
Food security, inequality and poverty, grassroots organizing and activism, Appalachia, Alternative food movements, environmental and sustainability studies, Economic Anthropology., business and organizational anthropology, labor
102F Lafferty Hall
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Assistant Professor
Alternative food movements, Sustainable Agriculture, Black geographies, race and racism, spirituality and religion
853 Patterson Office Tower
859-257-6057
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Doctoral Candidate- Sociology
Rural Sociology, Social inequality, Quantitative & Qualitative Methods, intersectionality
1522 Patterson Office Tower
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Associate Professor of Sociology
medical sociology, medicalization, gender, mixed methods, sleep, aging and life course, disability, health disparities
1527 Patterson Office Tower
859-257-4416
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Associate Professor
Appalachian history, the U.S. South, Environmental History
1727 Patterson Office Tower
(859) 257-1014
gnorman's picture
Professor
1257 Patterson Office Tower
(859) 257-1154
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233 Mining and Minerals Bldg
(859)-257-6329
rapen01's picture
Professor of Musicology, Director, John Jacob Niles Center for American Music, Coordinator, Division of Musicology and Ethnomusicology
American music, Appalachian region
859-257-8183
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High School Chemistry Teacher, STEM Education PhD Candidate
Chemistry Mental Models, Appalachian region, Cognitive Load, Science Literay, Comic Books, ,interactions
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208A Thomas Poe Cooper Bldg.
859-257-7610
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Assistant Professor, Interiors
117 Pence Hall
859-257-2229
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Provost's Distinguished Service Professor , Arts & Sciences Distinguished Professor, Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame Member
Cultural-historical geography, American landscapes, Infrastructure, especially transportation, and its relationship to economic, social, and legal processes and engineering technologies
865 Patterson Office Tower
(859) 257-6948
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Professor
Non-Fiction Writing, Creative Writing
1231 Patterson Office Tower
257-6971
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Assistant Professor, Community and Leadership Development
713 W.P. Garrigus Building
(859) 257-5056

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