Research and Articles
Historical Geographies explore how the world used to be and how we can see traces of these spaces in the current day. My research in this field has examined diverse objects from ethnographic films and colonial texts to playgrounds and bridges!
Children's Geographies examines how young people see, make, and live in space. My research in this field interrogates how social movements have invoked children's interests to shape urban space, with positive and negative results.
Immigration research explore how migrants settle in their new homes. This research looks at how housing is an integral element in feeling at home, and how systemic discrimination in the form of racism hinders this process.
Geography has a profound effect on peoples lives. As a teacher and researcher, we can make meaningful changes in the lives of our students and the communities we live and work in.