Published Work

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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).

Book Chapters
• (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).

Peer-Reviewed Articles
“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).

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