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Mountain Feminist: Helen Matthews Lewis, Appalachian Studies, and the Long Women’s Movement

Mountain Feminist: Helen Matthews Lewis, Appalachian Studies, and the Long Women’s Movement Voices from the Southern Oral History Program Mountain Feminist Helen Matthews Lewis, Appalachian Studies, and the Long Women's Movement f ro m a n i n t e rV i e w b y J e s s i c a w i l k e r s o n c o m pi l e d a n d i n t ro d u c e d b y J e s s i c a w i l k e r s o n a n d daV i d p. c l i ne This 1966 photograph of Helen Matthews Lewis outside of a mine entrance embodies her life; it is a portrait of the scholar as coal miner, the worker as scholar, and the academic as activist. Photograph courtesy of Helen Matthews Lewis. A 1966 photograph of the Appalachian historian and activist Helen Matthews Lewis captures much about a woman who has been studying, writing about, and fighting for the people of Appalachia for three-quarters of a century. In the photo, Lewis sits outside of a mine entrance, hair emerging beneath a hard hat, with a big smile and coal-smeared cheeks.1 It is http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southern Cultures University of North Carolina Press

Mountain Feminist: Helen Matthews Lewis, Appalachian Studies, and the Long Women’s Movement

Southern Cultures , Volume 17 (3) – Aug 5, 2011

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Voices from the Southern Oral History Program Mountain Feminist Helen Matthews Lewis, Appalachian Studies, and the Long Women's Movement f ro m a n i n t e rV i e w b y J e s s i c a w i l k e r s o n c o m pi l e d a n d i n t ro d u c e d b y J e s s i c a w i l k e r s o n a n d daV i d p. c l i ne This 1966 photograph of Helen Matthews Lewis outside of a mine entrance embodies her life; it is a portrait of the scholar as coal miner, the worker as scholar, and the academic as activist. Photograph courtesy of Helen Matthews Lewis. A 1966 photograph of the Appalachian historian and activist Helen Matthews Lewis captures much about a woman who has been studying, writing about, and fighting for the people of Appalachia for three-quarters of a century. In the photo, Lewis sits outside of a mine entrance, hair emerging beneath a hard hat, with a big smile and coal-smeared cheeks.1 It is

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Southern CulturesUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Aug 5, 2011

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