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Honors Cultural Anthropology
2009 A Tennessee Folklore Sampler (edited with Ted Olson). Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press.
2003 Folk Medicine in Southern Appalachia. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
2016 (with Donald B. Ball) Home Cures for Ailing Horses: A Case Study of Nineteenth Century Vernacular Veterinary Medicine in Tennessee. Agricultural History 90(3): 311-337.
2014 A Vision Lost: Robert J. Preston and the Southwestern Lunatic Asylum, 1887-1906. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 122:202-209
2013 (with Melissa Schrift and Sarah Hoover) Mental Illness, Institutionalization and Oral History in Appalachia: The Voices of Psychiatric Attendants. Journal of Appalachian Studies 19: 82-107.
2011 (with Vivian Gonzales and Jorja Cummings) Curanderismo in Appalachia: The Use of Remedios Caseros among Latinos in Northeast Tennessee. Journal of Appalachian Studies 17:144-167.
2009 Magical Plants Used by Curanderos in the Ecuador Highlands, Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 5(3).
2006 Folk Medical Uses of Plant Foods in Southern Appalachia, USA, Journal of Ethnopharmacology , 108:74-84.
1996 (with Manuel Alban) Compulsory Medical Service in Ecuador: The Physician's Perspective. Social Science and Medicine 47(12):1937-1946.
1996 Local Unorthodox Healers of Cancer in the Appalachian South. Journal of Community Health 21(5):359-374.
1994 (with Scott Beck) Generational Change, Folk Medicine, and Medical Self-Care in a Rural Appalachian Community. Human Organization 54(2):129-142.
1992 Theoretic Orientations and Folk Medicine Research in the Appalachian South. Southern Medical Journal 85(2):170-178.
1992 Folk Hematology in the Appalachian South. Journal of Folklore Research 29(1):23-36
1988 The Professionalization of Traditional Medicine in Zimbabwe. Human Organization 47(3):251-254.