- APS 140 Appalachian Literature
- APS 229 Contemporary Issues in Appalachia: Mountain Top Removal
- EDU 305 Young Adult Literature
- ENG 130 American Texts
- ENG 201 Exposition
- ENG 237 Women in Literature
- ENG 275 Writing for Science and Technology
- ENG 344 Modern Novel
- GSTR 100 Stories
- GSTR 203 U.S. Traditions
Books and Articles
- Horn,Tammy. “North American Pollinator Partnership Conference: Making a difference one pollinator at a time,” Bee Culture Vol. 139, no.4 (2011): 37-38.
- Horn, Tammy. “North American Pollinator Partnership Conference: Public Lands Task Force,” Bee Culture Vol. 139, no.5 (2011): 31-32.
- Horn, Tammy. “Varroa in the Aloha State,” Bee Culture, Vol. 137, no. 7 (2009): 21-24.
- Horn, Tammy. “Sourwood: An Apiforestation Story,” Bee Culture, Vol. 136, no.12 (2008): 6-8.
- Beeconomy: What Women and Bees Can Teach Us about Local Trade and the Global Market. Lexington, KY: UP of Kentucky, 2011.
- Bees in America: How the Honey Bee Shaped a Nation. Lexington, KY: UP of Kentucky, 2005.
- “A Choice of Weapons: Graphic Novels and Social Justice.” Approaches to Teaching Graphic Comics. Ed. Stephen Taubenick. New York: MLA, 2008.
- “Politics and Pollen: Mountain Top Removal’s Potential Effects Upon Honey Bees.” Mountain Promise 18.1 (2006): 9-10.
- Rev. of Big Coal: The Dirty Secret Behind America’s Energy Future. By Goodell, Jeff. Pub. Houghton Mifflin, 2006. Mountain Promise 18.3 (2007): 14-15.
- “Honey Bees: A History,” Tammy Horn, New York Times, April 11, 2008.
- “Researchers focus on bringing missing bees back,” Genaro Armas, Associated Press, Jan. 5, 2009.
- www.pollinator.org: a Web site with useful information about all types of pollinators. It also has information about task forces dedicated to pollinator habitat, educational programs, bumblebees, highway rights of ways, etc. I was also the recipient of the 2010 North American Pollinator Partnership Campaign Advocate.
- The Hive and Honeybee Collection provides digital versions of bee books at the following URL: bees.library.cornell.edu.
- www.beesfordevelopment.org: The Web site for Bees for Rural Development, based in England, but pairs up beekeepers with projects in developing countries.
- www.arri.osmre.gov: This organization works with surface mine industries to reforest with diverse tree mixes. Currently, I keep bees on seven ARRI sites.