Locklear, Erica Abrams

UNCA

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Cultivating the Wilds: Culinary Reform in Appalachia 2013 808 Examination of Appalachian foodways reform initiatives from the early 1900s reveals the persistence of an Appalachian myth that casts mountaineers as Anglo-Saxons ignorant in the cultivation and preparation of food, yet analysis of archival materials...
Appa-LAY-Shuh: Environmentalism and Challenging Appalachian Stereotypes in Ron Rash’s Serena 2016 771 Ron Rash flourishes in his depictions of the Southern Appalachian region and its people, both throughout history and into modernity. Within Serena, Rash challenges Appalachian hillbilly stereotypes and depicts the complexity of gendered stereotypes i...
Above It All 2016 680 Original short story...
The Development of Identity in Tillie Olsen's "Yonnondio: from the Thirties" 2018 178 In this paper the author examines Olen's "Yonnondio: from the Thirties", and considers how the author highlights lives often limited by gender, class, or poverty....
Pixelated Faces in IRL (In Real Life) Places: Exploring How "Textese" in Melissa Broder's "So Sad Today" Builds Community Among Confessional Women Writers 2018 257 "So Sad Today" is a collection of personal and confessional essays by poet and essayist, Melissa Broder, that uses texting language to write about the intimate details of the author's life. In this paper, the author looks at Broder's work, and that o...