Editorial Work

Technical Expertise
Successfully completed certificate in editing (University of Chicago); coursework included training in advanced manuscript editing and editing electronically. Experience using publishing codes and Scribe styles. Demonstrated ability to use a broad range of technology and software, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel; Adobe Creative Suite; and various social media and web publishing platforms.

Areas of Expertise
• human and physical geography
• economic and cultural geography
• regional studies
• political economy
• social, cultural, political, economic, and historical geography of Appalachia
• folk studies, folk art, Appalachian music and dance, and historic preservation
• critical development theory and development policies and practices
• diverse and alternative economies
• community development
• qualitative methods and oral history collection

Independent Contract Editor
American Journal Experts, 2017

Guest Editor
Special Issue, The Geographical Bulletin, 2011

Manuscript Reviewer: University Presses
University Press of Kentucky, 2014

Manuscript Reviewer: Peer-Reviewed Journals
Antipode, 2017
Antipode, 2015
Southern Spaces, 2014
Gender, Place, and Culture, 2014

Book and Media Reviewer
The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 2015
Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 2011
Journal of Economic Geography, 2011
Journal of Appalachian Studies, 2011
Western Folklore, 2010
Voices: The Journal of New York Folklore, 2008

Kentucky Craft History and Education Association, 2014
Kentucky Folklife Program, 2007
Mammoth Cave National Park, 2007

Exhibit Script Writer
Kentucky Library and Museum, 2007

Research Proposal Reviewer
Hungarian National Research, Development, and Innovation Council, 2015

Thesis Reviewer
Master’s Thesis External Reviewer, University of Cape Town, 2014
Master’s Thesis External Reviewer, Savannah College of Art and Design, 2012
Undergraduate Honors Thesis Reviewer, University of Kentucky, 2012

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