Helen Matthews Lewis: Living Social Justice in Appalachia by Helen M. Lewis (Hardback, 2012)
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- DescriptionOften referred to as the leader of inspiration in Appalachian studies, Helen Matthews Lewis linked scholarship with activism and encouraged deeper analysis of the region. Lewis shaped the field of Appalachian studies by emphasizing community participation and challenging traditional perceptions of the region and its people. Helen Matthews Lewis: Living Social Justice in Appalachia, a collection of Lewis's writings and memories that document her life and work, begins in 1943 with her job on the yearbook staff at Georgia State College for Women with Mary Flannery O'Conr. Editors Patricia D. Beaver and Judith Jennings highlight the achievements of Lewis's extensive career, examining her role as a teacher and activist at East Tennessee State University in the 1960s, as well as her work with Appalshop and the Highland Center. Helen Matthews Lewis connects Lewis's works to wider social movements by examining the history of progressive activism in Appalachia. The book provides unique insight into the development of regional studies and the life of a dynamic revolutionary, delivering a captivating and personal narrative of one woman's mission of activism and social justice.
- Author Biography<b>Helen Matthews Lewis </b>has served as the director of the Berea College Appalachian Center, Appalshop's Appalachian History Film Project, and the Highlander Research and Education Center. She is coauthor of <i>Mountain Sisters: From Convent to Community in Appalachia</i> and <i>Colonialism in Modern America: The Appalachian Case</i>. She lives in Morganton, Georgia. </p><b>Patricia D. Beaver</b>, director of the Center for Appalachian Studies and professor of anthropology at Appalachian State University, is coeditor of <i>Tales from Sacred Wind: Coming of Age in Appalachia</i>. She lives in North Carolina. </p><b>Judith Jennings</b>, executive director of the Kentucky Foundation for Women, is the author of <i>Gender, Religion, and Radicalism in the Long Eighteenth Century: The Ingenious Quaker and Her Connections</i>. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky.</p>
- Author(s)Helen M. Lewis
- PublisherThe University Press of Kentucky
- Date of Publication15/02/2012
- SubjectHistory: Specific Subjects
- Place of PublicationLexington
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintThe University Press of Kentucky
- Content Note1, black & white illustrations
- Weight561 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine19 mm
- Edited byJudith Jennings,Patricia D. Beaver
- Format DetailsWith printed dust jacket
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