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ENGL 446/548 - Appalachian Folklore. (3)
Three hours lecture.
Prerequisite: CORE 101 and CORE 102.
Study of the mountain verbal lore of tales, ballads and sayings; nonverbal or partially verbal lore of customs, games and rituals; material lore of structure, designs and landscapes. Field collections and written analyses required. This course may be used to meet requirements for the minor in Appalachian Studies.

ENGL 447/547 - Appalachian Literature. (3)
Three hours lecture.
Prerequisite: Completion of English general education requirements.
Establishment of standards for identifying Appalachian literature; study of selected works representative of the mountain culture.  This course may be used to meet requirements for the minor in Appalachian Studies.

ENGL 490/590 - Summer Workshop. (3)
Prerequisite: CORE 101 and CORE 102
Designed to give students concentrated study in a specialized area of English. Grading on Pass/Fail basis but may be taken for a letter grade with the permission of the chair.  May be taken twice for credit. Depending upon the topic, this course may be used to meet requirements for the minor in Appalachian Studies.

GEOG 203 - Appalachian Geography.* (SS) (3)
Three hours lecture.
A regional geography of Appalachia, this course examines the spatial interactions of people and the environment within Appalachia in historical and current contexts. Depending upon the topic, this course may be used to meet requirements for the minor in Appalachian Studies. This course has been approved for Core Curriculum credit in U.S. Perspectives.