Allen Tullos, PhD
Emory Center for Digital Scholarship
- Critical spatial theory, digital scholarship and publishing, American popular music, documentary forms, the U.S. South
Selected Publications and Media Projects
- Co-founder and senior editor of the peer-reviewed, open-access Internet journal Southern Spaces.
- Alabama Getaway: The Political Imaginary and the Heart of Dixie (University of Georgia Press, 2012).
- Habits of Industry: White Culture and the Transformation of the Carolina Piedmont (University of North Carolina Press, 1989). Awarded Sydnor Prize from the Southern Historical Association for the year's outstanding book.
- Co-producer with Natasha Trethewey, ongoing series "Poets in Place" (2005-present).
- Editor (1982–2003) of quarterly journal Southern Changes.
- Editor, Long Journey Home: Folklife in the South (Institute for Southern Studies, 1977).
- "What the Traffic Bares: Popular Music ‘Back in the USA,'" in A Companion to Post-1945 America (Blackwell, 2002).
- "Into the Terrortory: William Christenberry's Klan Room," in William Christenberry (Dusseldorf: Richer Verlag, 2002)
- Co-producer and sound recordist on the award-winning documentary films "Born for Hard Luck," "Being a Joines: A Life in Brushy Mountains," and "A Singing Stream: A Black Family Chronicle," in the American Traditional Culture Series (Davenport Films and the University of North Carolina, 1980s).
- Producer of the documentary "Tommie Bass: A Life in the Ridge and Valley Country" (1993).
- Essays for various publications including The Nation, The New York Times, Southern Exposure, Virginia Quarterly Review, Southern Quarterly, Atlanta Journal Constitution.
- "American Routes: Continuities and Transformations in American Musical Cultures"
- "Citizenship" (First Year Seminar)
- "We Sing Ourselves: Music and Identity" (First Year Seminar)
- "Twentieth Century US History" (Graduate Seminar)
- "Space and Place"
- "Digital Scholarship and Media Studies" (Graduate Seminar)
- PhD, American Studies, Yale University, 1985.
- MA and MPhil, American Studies, Yale University, 1979
- MA, Folklore, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1976
- BA, English, University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, 1973