Entries tagged with ‘Geography’

January Class Explores Intersection of Culture, the Self, and Agriculture

Students learn inside and outside the classroom in the unique course taught by local organic farmer Ben Penner.

Anna Versluis (Geography)

Anna Versluis presented on “An Empirical Study of Haitian Land Institution Responses to Global ‘Plantation’ Forces” at the 30th Annual Conference of the Haitian Studies Association in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, November 8-10, 2018.

Jeff La Frenierre (Geography)

Jeff La Frenierre has received funding from the National Science Foundation Hydrologic Sciences program to continue his research in Ecuador, collaborating with his colleagues from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and The Pennsylvania State University. The three year project is entitled “Collaborative Research: Determining the eco-hydrogeologic response of tropical glacierized watersheds to climate change: An […]

Joaquín Villanueva (Geography)

Joaquín Villanueva presented his work “Theorizing Access: Justice, Rights, and Legal Knowledge” at the 2017 American Association of Geographers Annual Conference in Boston.

La Frenierre and Students Prepare for Glacier Research in Ecuador

The geography professor and two Gustavus students will study glacial retreat using drone technology and traditional measurements.

Joaquín Villanueva (Geography)

Joaquín Villanueva had his article “Court pedagogies and the construction of passive ordinary citizens in the French banlieue” published in the special issue “Governance, Peace, and Citizenship” of the journal Space and Polity.

Anna Hulseberg (Library) and Anna Versluis (Geography)

Anna Hulseberg and Anna Versluis published an article titled “Integrating Information Literacy into an Undergraduate Geography Research Methods Course” in College & Undergraduate Libraries (vol. 24 2017, issue 1).

Joaquín Villanueva (Geography)

Joaquín Villanueva published the chapter “Mobile authority: Prosecutorial spaces in the Parisian banlieue” in the book Carceral Mobilities: Interrogating Movement in Incarceration, edited by Jennifer Turner and Kimberley Peters. Villanueva also organized, edited, and wrote the introduction to the symposium “Did we accomplish the revolution in geographic thought?” The introduction is available online at https://antipodefoundation.org.