Tullos, Allen E.
TULLOS, Allen E.
TULLOS, Allen E. American, b. 1950. Genres: Area studies, Autobiography/ Memoirs, Race relations, Essays, Art/Art history. Career: Festival of American Folklife, Washington, DC, southern regional coordinator, 1975-76; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, project coordinator and research associate, "Industrialization of the Piedmont: Oral History Perspectives," Southern Oral History Program, 1978-80; Emory University, Atlanta, GA, assistant professor of American studies, 1986-1992, Associate Professor, 1993-, organizer of lecture series "Contemporary Perspectives on Southern Traditional Culture," 1989. Producer, "Cas Wallin of Madison County," a radio program for the series North Carolina Folklore, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1976; co-director and sound recordist, Born for Hard Luck, a documentary film released by Davenport Films, 1976, permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art; co-producer and sound recordist, Being a Joines: A Life in the Brushy Mountains, a documentary film released by Davenport Films, 1980, later broadcast on public television, and A Singing Stream: The Chronicle of a Southern Black Family, a documentary film released by Davenport Films, 1986, and later broadcast by Public Broadcasting Service; producer and sound recordist, The Last John Joines: Brushy Mountain Storyteller, a radio documentary series produced by National Endowment for the Arts, 1988; guest on television programs. Publications: (ed. and contrib.) Long Journey Home: Folklife in the South, 1977; The Habits of Industry: White Culture and the Industrialization of the Carolina Piedmont, 1989. Contributor to publications. Address: Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts, Callaway Center, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, U.S.A.