- BA 1994, University of California, Los Angeles
- MA 1997, University of Colorado
- PhD 2001, Syracuse University
I have research and teaching interests in three primary areas:
- public space
- GEO 101: Global Forces & Local Diversity
- GEO 211: Global Change
- GEO 462/562: Public Space
- GEO 602: History of Geographic Thought
- 2006, Boundaries of Dissent: Protest and State Power in the Media Age, New York:Routledge.
- 2004, Dissent, Public Space and the Politics of Citizenship: Riots and the ‘Outside Agitator.’ Space and Polity v8, n3, pp355-370.
- 2004, Globalization and Protest: Seattle and Beyond. In WorldMinds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems, D. Janelle, B. Warf, K. Hanson eds. Kluwer.
- 2003, Contested Boundaries: Native Sovereignty and State Power at Wounded Knee, 1973. Political Geography.
- 2003, Protest, Scale and Publicity: The FBI and the H. Rap Brown Act. Antipode.
- 2000, The “Eager Gaze of the Tourist” Meets “Our Grandfathers’ Guns”: Producing and Contesting the Land of Enchantment in Gallup, New Mexico. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, v18, n6, pp693-714.