The Collaborative for Southern Appalachian Studies is delighted that Stephen Carmody will join us as a Post-Doctoral Fellow in January 2017 to continue his work on native cultigens. As Henry Hamman states,

“Stephen Carmody looks to the South Cumberland Plateau’s prehistory to test an idea that could help solve a global food crisis: Cultivate the overlooked plants eaten by Sewanee’s ancient Native American residents.”

Read more about Stephen Carmody’s work in Hamman’s article here: