Selected Publications by Faculty and Graduate Students associated with human geography
Bryan, J. (2009). Where would we be without them? Knowledge, space and power in indigenous politics. Futures, 41: 24-32.
Wainwright, J., and Bryan, J. (2009). Cartography, territory, property: postcolonial reflections on indigenous counter-mapping in Nicaragua and Belize. Cultural Geographies, Vol. 16, No. 2, 153-178.
Fluri, J.L. (2013). Women. The Companion to Critical Geopolitics, Edited by K. Dodds, M. Kuus and J. Sharp. London: Ashgate Publishing (509-527).
Fluri, J.L. (2012). Capitalizing on Bare Life: Sovereignty, Exception, and Gender Politics. Antipode. 44(1): 31-50.
Fluri, J.L. (2011). Bodies, Bombs, and Barricades: Gendered Geographies of (In)Security. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 36(3): 280-296.
Fluri, J.L. (2011). Armored Peacocks and Proxy Bodies: Gender & Geopolitics in Aid/Development Spaces. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 18(4): 519-536.
Fluri, J.L. (2009). 'Foreign Passports Only': Geographies of (Post)Conflict Work in Kabul, Afghanistan. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 99(5): 986-994.
Goldman, M. J. and J. S. Little. (2015). Innovative Grassroots NGOS and the Complex Processes of Women’s Empowerment: An empirical investigation from Northern Tanzania. World Development 66 (2015):762-777.
Goldman, M., J. R. Dephinho, and J. Perry. (2013). Beyond Ritual and Economics: Maasai Lion Hunting and Conservation Politics. Oryx. Published online: 14 May 2013: 1-11.
Goldman, M., and Riosmena, F. (2013). Adaptive Capacity and Vulnerability to Drought in Tanzanian Maasailand: Changing strategies to navigate across fragmented landscapes. Global Environmental Change 23 (2013) 588–597.
Goldman, M.J., P. Nadasdy, and M.D. Turner, eds. (2011). Knowing Nature: Conversations at the intersection of political ecology and science studies. Chicago: University of Chicago University Press .
Goldman, M. (2009). Constructing Connectivity? Conservation corridors and conservation politics in East African rangelands. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 99 (2):335-359
Wang, J., T. Oakes, and Y. Yang. (2016). Making Cultural Cities in Asia: Mobility, Assemblage, and the Politics of Aspirational Urbanism. London & New York: Routledge.
Sin, H.L, T. Oakes, and M. Mostafanezhad. (2015). Traveling for a cause: critical examinations of volunteer tourism and social justice. Tourist Studies 15(2): 119-131.
Minca, C. and T. Oakes. (2014). Tourism after the postmodern turn. In Companion to Tourism Geography, 2nd Edition, eds. C.M. Hall, A. Lew, and A. Williams (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell), 294-303.
Oakes, T. (2013). 乡村: 中国城市的游乐园 [The village as urban China’s playground]. 旅游学刊 [Tourism Tribune] 28(4): 3-6.
Oakes, T. (2013). Heritage as improvement: cultural display and contested governance in rural China. Modern China 39(4): 380-407.
Reid CE, Brauer M, Johnston F, Jerrett M, Balmes JR, Elliott CT. (2016). Critical Review of Health Impacts of Wildfire Smoke Exposure. Environmental Health Perspectives .
Reid CE, Jerrett M, Tager IB, Petersen ML, Mann JK, Balmes JR. (2016). Differential respiratory health effects from the 2008 northern California wildfires: a spatiotemporal approach. Environmental Research .
Reid CE, Jerrett M, Petersen ML, Pfister GG, Morefield P, Tager IB, Raffuse SM, Balmes JR. (2015). Spatiotemporal prediction of fine particulate matter during the 2008 northern California wildfires using machine learning. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(6):3887-96.
Reid CE, Mann JK, Alfasso R, English PB, King GC, Lincoln RA, Margolis HG, Rubado DJ, Sabato JE, West NL, Woods B, Navarro K, Balmes JR. (2012). Evaluation of a Heat Vulnerability Index on Abnormally Hot Days: an Environmental Public Health Tracking study. . Environmental Health Perspectives 120(5):715-20.
Reid CE, O’Neill MS, Gronlund C, Brines SJ, Brown DG, Diez-Roux AV, Schwartz J. (2009). Mapping Community Determinants of Heat Vulnerability. Environmental Health Perspectives 117(11): 1730-1736.
__________. and D.S. Massey. (2012). Pathways to El Norte: Origins,
Destinations, and Characteristics of Mexican Migrants to the United
States. International Migration Review 46(1):3-36.
Creighton, M. and __________. (in press). Should I Stay or Should We
Go? International Migration from Mexico and the Gendered Origins of
Family Networks. Social Science Quarterly.
Nawrotzki, R., __________, and Hunter, L. (in press). Do Rainfall
Deficits Predict U.S.-bound Migration from Rural Mexico? Evidence from
the Mexican Census. Population Research and Policy Review.
Riosmena, F., R. Wong, and A. Palloni. (in press). Migration,
Selection, Protection, and Acculturation: A Binational Perspective on
Older Adults. Demography.
__________., R. Frank, I.R. Akresh, R. Kroeger. (in press). U.S. Migration, Translocality, and the Acceleration of the Nutrition
Transition in Mexico. The Annals of the Association of American
Spielman, S.E. and Yoo, E-H. (2009). The Spatial Dimensions of Neighborhood Effects. Social Science and Medicine, 68(6).
Erdemir, E. T., Batta R., Spielman S. E., Rogerson P., et. al. (2008). Optimization of aeromedical base locations in New Mexico. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 40(3)
Spielman, S.E. and Thill, J.C. (2008). Social Area Analysis, Data Mining, and GIS. Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems, 32(2)
Spielman, S. E. (2006). Appropriate use of the K-function in Urban
Environments (Letter). American Journal of Public Health, 96(2).
Spielman, S.E., Golembeski, C.A., Northridge, M.E., et al. (2006). Interdisciplinary Planning for Healthier Communities: Findings from the
Harlem Children's Zone Asthma Initiative. Journal of the American
Planning Association, 72(1).
McCurdy, A. and W. Travis . (2017). Simulated climate adaptation in stormwater systems: Evaluating the efficiency of adaptation pathways. Environment Systems and Decisions. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10669-017-9631-z?wt_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst.
Dilling, L., M.E. Daly, W.R. Travis, O.V. Wilhelmi, and R.A. KleinWiley . (2015). The dynamics of vulnerability: why adapting to climate variability will not always prepare us for climate change. Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 6, 413-425.
Yeh, Emily T. and Chris Coggins, editors. (2014). Mapping Shangrila: Contested Landcapes in the Sino-Tibetan Borderlands. University of Washington Press.
Yeh, Emily T. (2013). Blazing pelts and burning passions: Nationalism,
cultural politics and spectacular decommodification in Tibet. Journal of Asian Studies. 72(2): 319-334.
Yeh, Emily T. (2013). Taming Tibet: Landscape Transformation and the Gift of Chinese Development. Cornell University Press.
Yeh, Emily T. and Kunga T. Lama. (2013). Following the caterpillar fungus: Nature,commodity chains and the place of Tibet in China's uneven geographies. Social & Cultural Geography 14(3):318-340.
Yeh, Emily T. (2012). Transnational environmentalism and entanglements of
sovereignty: The tiger campaign across the Himalayas. Political Geography 31:418-428