Category Archives: Higher Education

Assistant Professor – Environment & Society / Haub School of ENR – University of Wyoming

The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources has announced a tenure-track job opportunity at the University of Wyoming. *** The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming invites applications for Assistant Professor, with a focus on … Continue reading

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Encuentro de Geógrafos de América Latina (EGAL), Hacia geografías de la integración y la diversidad

XVII Encuentro de Geógrafos de América Latina (EGAL), Hacia geografías de la integración y la diversidad Español (inglés y portugués abajo) Invitamos a ser parte del XVII Encuentro de Geógrafos de América Latina (EGAL), Hacia geografías de la integración y … Continue reading

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Two Assistant Professor jobs in Tourism and Outdoor Recreation at University of Wyoming

The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming is searching for two Assistant Professors to support their initiatives in Tourism Management and Outdoor Recreation. One is for a traditional tenure-track post that carries research responsibilities. … Continue reading

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Highlights from the new issue of NACLA

The new issue of NACLA (the North American Congress on Latin America) includes some worthwhile reading. Geoff Boyce makes the case for divestment in his analysis of border patrol, Angus McNelly and Jeffery Webber offer an interpretation of the ongoing … Continue reading

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My syllabi for Spring 2017 – Cultural Geography, American Landscapes, and World Regional Geography

I have posted my syllabi for Spring 2017 teaching in the Department of Geography at University of Wyoming. Here are links for my courses in Cultural Geography, American Landscapes, and World Regional Geography.

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Website update for University of Wyoming Geography

Diana Waggener just completed a thorough update of our department website. We will continue to add new content in the weeks to come, so please check for those changes. My faculty webpage is also new.

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Visiting Senior Scholar in Global Studies, University of Wyoming

The Global and Area Studies (GAST) Program here at University of Wyoming is seeking applications for its Visiting Senior Scholar to begin in Fall 2017 or Spring 2018.

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Geography Awareness Week at UW

Our schedule for Geography Awareness Week (GAW) is finalized. The theme for GAW this year is “The Power of Parks.” The 2016 GAW at University of Wyoming is also an opportunity to celebrate the 50th anniversary of our department. If … Continue reading

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Wyoming Latina Youth Conference, October 14-15, 2016

I have been working for the past several weeks as part of a planning committee for the Wyoming Latina Youth Conference, which is happening this weekend in Laramie. This is the first year it is being hosted at the University … Continue reading

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Education as the Practice of Freedom? Troubling spaces in the Neoliberal University

Erin Sanders-McDonagh and Carole Davis (Middlesex University) are organizing a special section of the journal Critical Studies in Education on radical pedagogy, emancipatory politics, and neoliberal higher education. Their CFP echoes a session they convened for the 2016 AAG meeting … Continue reading

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