Methods endorsed by the Collaborative for Southern Appalachian Studies

We do not see this as an exhaustive list, but rather as an evolving list of tools and approaches that could be helpful in course or research development.

  1. framing
  2. digital humanities
  3. community-based participatory research (CBPR)
  4. oral history
  5. narrative, including visual narrative
  6. place-based pedagogies
  7. ethnography
  8. qualitative research and analysis
  9. asset mapping
  10. landscape analysis
  11. reflective writing and discussion