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Popular Publications and News Articles
• “How Do YOU Define Development?” The Times Tribune, Corbin, KY, March 25, 2014.
• “Artists Must Carve Out Role in Building Local Economies.” The Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington, KY, Dec. 8, 2013.
• “Exploring Eastern Kentucky’s Craft Industry.” History Burgoo, Frankfort, KY, June 22, 2012.
• (with Lynne Rieske-Kinney) “Cultural Industries and Invasive Species: Ecological Threats to Handcraft Production in Central Appalachia.” The Lady Slipper: A Publication of the Kentucky Native Plant Society 26, no. 4 (2011).
• (with Lynne Rieske-Kinney) “Cultural Industries and Invasive Species: Ecological Threats to Handcraft Production in Central Appalachia.” anthropologies 11, no. 8 (2011).
• “Haste Ye Back: Studying Abroad in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.” The Geographer: The Newsletter of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society 24 (Spring 2011).
• “Local Chert Home Built by Dr. Frank Moxley.” Landmark Report XXVI, no. 1 (2006).
• (with Michael Samers) “Developing Appalachia: The Impact of Limited Economic Imagination” in Studying Appalachian Studies: Making the Path by Walking, edited by Chad Berry, Shaunna Scott, and Phil Obermiller. Champaign: University of Illinois (2015).
• “Foreword” in The Handcraft Revival in Southern Appalachia, 1930-1990, by Garry Barker. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press (2012).
• “Speaking a New Economic Language in Central Appalachia: A Response to Take Back the Economy: An Ethical Guide to Transforming Our Communities.” Journal of Social and Cultural Geography 15, no. 8 (2014).
• (with Kelsey Hanrahan) “Moving Beyond Neverland: Reflecting Upon the State of the Diverse Economies Research Program and the Study of Alternative Economic Spaces.” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13, no. 2 (2014).
• “Moving from Place to Place: Exploring the Complexities of Being an Academic and Activist in/for Appalachia.” Prism: A Journal of Regional Engagement 1, no. 1 (2012).
• (with Brian Grabbatin) “Service-Learning: Critical Traditions and Geographic Pedagogy.” Journal of Geography 11, no. 6 (2012).
• “The Focus Has to Be on Helping People Make a Living: Exploring Diverse Economies and Alternative Economic Spaces.” Geography Compass 11, no. 6 (2011).
• “The Messy and Complex Politics of Cultural Intervention.” Journal of Appalachian Studies 16, (Spring/Fall 2010).
• (with Erin Pullen) “Maintaining Sanity in Graduate School: A Brief Commentary on the Significance of Informal Networks.” The Geographical Bulletin 52, no. 2 (2011).
• (with Erin Pullen) “Introduction to Special Issue: Maintaining Sanity in Graduate School.” The Geographical Bulletin 52, no. 2 (2011).
• (with Karl Raitz) “County to Commonwealth.” Kentucky Virtual Online Library.
• “Commodifying My Culture: An ‘Appalachian’ Reflects on Her Role in Sustaining a Limited Discourse of Appalachia.” disClosure 19 (2010).
Book and Media Reviews
• Susan Eike Spalding, Appalachian Dance: Creativity and Continuity in Six Communities in The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society (Autumn 2015).
• Thom Beers, Spike TV’s ‘Coal’ in Journal of Appalachian Studies (2011).
• Yuko Aoyama, James T. Murphy, and Susan Hanson, Key Concepts in Economic Geography in Journal of Economic Geography (2011).
• Duncan Fuller, Andrew E. G. Jonas, and Roger Lee, Interrogating Alterity: Alternative Economic and Political Spaces in Annals of the Association of American Geographers (2011).
• Andrew Merrifield, Magical Marxism: Subversive Politics and the Imagination in New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry (2011).
• Marc Howard Ross, Culture and Belonging in Divided Societies: Contestation and Symbolic Landscapes in Western Folklore (2010).
• Dianne de Las Casas, Handmade Tales: Stories to Make and Take in Voices: The Journal of New York Folklore (2008).