Allen E. Tullos
Undergraduate Honors Coordinator
Co-Director of Emory Center for Digital Scholarship
Department of History
Office: Bowden 327
Phone: (404) 727-6965
Allen Tullos, Professor and Co-Director of Emory Center for Digital Scholarship, (Ph.D., American Studies, Yale, 1985).
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