Dr. Savannah Paige Murray


Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Writing Studies | Scholar of Environmental and Appalachian Cultural Rhetoric

Publications


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Journal Articles and Book Chapters


The Gift of Good Land: Loss, Resettlement, and Stewardship through Everyday Nature in the Shenandoah National Park and on the New River


Katrina M. Powell, Savannah Paige Murray


Lost in Transition: Removing, Resettling, and Renewing Appalachia, ed. Aaron D. Purcell, chapter 3, University of Tennessee Press, 2021, pp. 67-88


An Ethic of Everyday Nature in John Ehle's The Road


Savannah Paige Murray


Winner of the 2021 John Ehle Prize, North Carolina Literary Review, vol. 30, 2021, pp. 104-113


My Archive Fever


Savannah Paige Murray


Appalachian Curator, vol. 2(1), 2020


"A New Kind of Stillness": Hilda Morley's Poetry


Savannah Paige Murray


Appalachian Journal, Special Black Mountain College Issue, vol. 44(3-4), 2018, pp. 330-339


"United We Stand, Divided We May Be Dammed": Grassroots Environmentalism and the TVA in Western North Carolina


Savannah Paige Murray


The Journal of East Tennessee History, vol. 87, 2015, pp. 47-63



Book Reviews and Review Essays


Review of Martin Duberman's Black Mountain: An Exploration in Community


Savannah Paige Murray


Appalachian Journal, Black Mountain College Special Issue, vol. 44(3-4), 2018, pp. 632-635


Redemption in the Imprisoning Mountains: A Review of Ron Rash's The Risen


Savannah Paige Murray


North Carolina Literary Review Online, 2018


Katuah: Bioregional Journal of the Southern Appalachians 1983-1993


Savannah Paige Murray


The Journal of Appalachian Studies, vol. 24(1), 2018, pp. 122-123


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