Teaching and Advising

COURSES TAUGHT

GRADUATE COURSES

•    G8910 Seminar in Geographic Thought and Methods
•    G8690 Directed Problems in Human Geography
•    G8630 Seminar on Urban Political Ecology
•    G8630 Seminar on the Geographies of Justice
•    G8620 Seminar on Karl Marx
•    G8305 Seminar on Ethnography
•    ICON 8001 Integrative Conservation I – Theoretical Foundations of an Integrative Approach
•    ICON 8002 Integrative Conservation II – Theoretical Foundations of an Integrative Approach

GRADUATE/UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

•    G4(6)630 Advanced Urban Geography: Urban Political Ecology
•    G4(6)630 Advanced Urban Geography: Urban Social Movements (service learning)
•    G4(6)630 Advanced Urban Geography: Urban Climate Justice (service learning)
•    G4890 Athens Urban Food Collective (service learning)

UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

•    G1101 Introduction to Human Geography
•    G3630 Introduction to Urban Geography (service learning)
•    G3990 Internship in Geography
•    G4890 Athens Urban Food Collective Service Learning (service learning)
•    G4921 Directed Topics in Independent Research

GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION

Ph.D. SUPERVISOR

  • Daniela Aiello (UGA Geog)
  • Jill Gambill (UGA Geog/ICON)
  • Brian Williams (UGA Geog) “Agrarian and Environmental Change in The Yazoo-Mississippi Delta.”
  • Richard Milligan (UGA Geog) “Riparian Emergence and Assemblage: Ecopolitics of Race Nature in the Altamaha River System”
  • Levi Van Sant (UGA Geog) “When Local Comes to Town: From Truck Farming to Local Food Systems in the South Carolina Lowcountry”
  • Ellen Kohl (UGA Geog) “Animating the racial state: Race, Place, and Environmental Justice in Gainesville, Georgia.” (2015)
  • Patrick Huff (UGA Anthropology; co-advised with T. Gragson) “An Alternative Politics of Value: An Ethnographic Study of Value within New Orleans Social Movements.” (2014)
  • Seth Gustafson (UGA Geog) “Confluent Crises and the Politics of Exurban Environmental Knowledge in Southern Appalachia.” (2014)
  • Jason Rhodes (UGA Geog) “Finding Value in Racism: The Spatial Choreography of Black & White in Early Twentieth Century Atlanta.” (2013)
  • Graham Pickren (UGA Geog) “Understanding the Emerging E-Waste Regime: The Politics of Certification and Labeling in the Electronics Recycling Industry”. (2013)
  • Peter Hossler (UGA Geog) “Catching Whom? Understanding the Historical-Geographical Unevenness within Milwaukee’s Health Care Safety Net.” (2011)
  • Parama Roy (UWM Geog; co-advised with J. Kenny after my departure from UWM): “Urban Political Ecology, Racial Inequality and the Uneven Metabolization of Milwaukee’s Urban Forest.”  (2008)
  • Jeremia Njeru (UWM Geog; co-advised with J. Kenny after my departure from UWM): “The Political Ecology of Urban Forestry in Kenya: The Case of Karura Forest in Nairobi.”  (2008)
  • Harold Perkins (UWM Geog): “Neoliberalization and the retrenchment of public forms of investment: An Investigation into the Impact of Urban Economic Restructuring on Urban Green Infrastructures.” (2006)

MA SUPERVISOR

  • Caroline Keegan (UGA Geog) “Uneven Redevelopment in New Orleans Restaurant Industry”
  • Stanley Underwood (UGA Geog): “A Deleuzian Analysis of Reproductive Justice Politics:  Rethinking the Political Significance of Affect and Identity.” (2013)
  • Megan Freeman (UGA Geog): “Finding Food for the People: A Spatial Analysis of Athens’ Food Gleaning Network.”  (2010)
  • Jay Bowen (UGA Geog): “Geographies of Direct Action and Homelessness: The Mad Housers’ Role in Improving the Lives of an Athens Homeless Population.” (2010)
  • Michele Flippo (UGA Geog): “Food for ‘Us’: Understanding the Dynamics of Personal Politics and Ideas of Community in the Common Ground Community Garden.” (2009)
  • Graham Pickren (UGA Geog): “Invisible Housing: Social Movement Responses to the Studentification and Displacement of Urban Manufactured Housing Communities.” (2008)
  • Ellen Kohl (UGA Geog): “Working the Waters: The Political Ecologies of Scale and Georgia’s 100 Year Drought.” (2008)
  • Seth Gustafson (UGA Geog): “Something Wicked This Way Comes:  Social Movement Framings of the Globalizing of Atlanta During Olympic-related Urban Restructuring, 1990-1996.” (2008)
  • Kathleen Doherty (UWM Geog): “Mediating Critiques of the Alternative Food Movement: Growing Power in Milwaukee.” (2006)
  • Ryan Holz (UWM Geog): Non-thesis option (2005)

POST-DOCTORAL SUPERVISION

  • Dr. Brian Burke:  participatory community research and strategic communication to work with NSF Funded Coweeta Long Term Ecological Research (CWT LTER) project and Coweeta Listening Project (CLP). Supported by National Science Foundation under Grant DEB-0218001. (2012-2014)
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