Appalachian Futures is a collaborative, multidisciplinary project advancing important conversations in the region.
Take a look at political cartoons from the papers of the youngest person elected to the US Senate—topics include WWII, isolationism, the New Deal, and more.
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The Research Commons offers a suite of services to foster interdisciplinary connections and support graduate student and faculty research needs.
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Try a historical cookie recipe with our staff!
History Center staff share a description and recipe of an Appalachian cake--could it be the WV state dessert?
Reflections on the anniversary of one of West Virginia's mining disasters.
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