Cornpone

UNCA Author/Contributor (non-UNCA co-authors, if there are any, appear on document)
Natalie Jamali-Ashtiani (Creator)
Dana Schlanger (Creator)
Institution
University of North Carolina Asheville (UNCA )
Web Site: http://library.unca.edu/

Abstract: What is Cornpone? Where does it come from? What are the gendered, socioeconomic and racial implications? Where do we see cornpone in literature? These are the questions that the authors investigate in this video. In doing so, they reveal that some definitions of cornpone that are still being contested today, and while corn is presented as a staple of the Appalachian diet and has gender and class distinctions, it is also represented in literature throughout history.This record comprises a video and a script. The video, which, in accordance with UNC Asheville policy, has been captioned and uploaded to YouTube, is hypelinked in "Additional Information" below. The script is available through NCDocks as a pdf file.

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Publication
Language: English
Date: 2016
Keywords
cornpone, Appalachia, Native Americans

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Captioned video [via YouTube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0PYSEi--V0The described resource includes the related resource either physically or logically.