Entries tagged with ‘Geography’

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.

Joaquín Villanueva (Geography)

Joaquín published a chapter “Rights” in Mark Jayne and Kevin Ward’s (2016) Urban Theory: New Critical Perspectives, Routledge. The book introduces urban theoretical debates to undergraduate and early graduate students.

Robert Moline, 1987 Carlson Award Winner, Geography Department

Each year the members of the faculty of Gustavus Adolphus College publish dozens of scholarly articles and books and deliver scores of learned papers at professional meetings. But what feeds our research and what we care most about is our teaching. Cinema has its Oscar and television its Emmy. At Gustavus, the pinnacle is winning […]

Joaquín Villanueva (Geography)

Joaquín Villanueva co-authored and article that was recently published in the journal ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, entitled “Capturing Urban Change: Contrasts, Lapses and Contradictions in the Urban Landscape.” Research for this article was first presented at a Faculty Shop Talk in 2014.

Geography Professor Anna Versluis Returns from Fulbright Placement in Haiti

Gustavus Adolphus College geography professor Anna Versluis is back on campus this fall after spending a nine-month term in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, through the Fulbright Scholar Program. During her time in the Caribbean nation on the island of Hispaniola, Versluis taught a course at the University of Haiti and conducted research on land-use change and different agricultural systems.