Amy Azano, an associate professor in the School of Education, published “Beyond Cultural and Structural Explanations of Regional Underdevelopment: Identity and Dispossession in Appalachia,” Journal of Appalachian Studies 26.1 (2020): 40–56, with Emelie Peine and Kai Schafft; and “My Father’s Place in the Mountains: An Education Elsewhere,” Place-based Learning for the Plate: Hunting, Foraging, and Fishing for Food, ed. Joel B. Pontius, Michael P. Mueller, and David Greenwood, Environmental Discourses in Science Education (Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland, 2020), pp. 113–32.