Co-director, Center for Social Science Research (CSSR)
- Ph.D., Geography and Women's Studies (dual degree), Pennsylvania State University
- M.A., Geography, University of Arizona
- B.S., Geography, Pennsylvania State University
- Feminist geography
- Alternative political economy
- Critical race theory
- Critical and reflexive research methodologies
- Geography 101, Globalization, People & Place
- Geography 220, Cultural Geography
- Geography 324/Women's Studies 324, Geographies of Identity
“Intimate War and the Politics of Men: A Response to Rachel Pain” Solicited response for the Political Geography Plenary in Political Geography, published online, 2014.
“Boundary Making in Feminist Research: New Methodologies for “Intimate Insiders,” Gender, Place, and Culture, published online, 2014. (co-author D. Cuomo)
Introduction and Guest Editor, “Feminist Geopolitics: Unpacking (In)Security, Animating Social Change,” Geopolitics 18(4): 751-758, 2013. (coeditor J. Williams)
“Feminist Geopolitics: Redefining the Geopolitical, Complicating (In)Security.” Compass 7/8: 567-577, 2013. (co-author J. Williams)
“The War on Teenage Terrorists: Philly’s “Flash-mob riots” and Post-9/11 Policing.” CITY 2011 15(5): 591-604, 2011. (co-author E. Mullaney)
“Capitalism in the Revolution? Alternative Economic Practices in West Philadelphia.” Dialogue and UniversalismE 2011 3(1): 27-46, 2011.
Review of Street Kids: Homeless Youth, Outreach, and Policing New York’s Streets. Kristina E. Gibson, Urban Geography 33(3): 467-468, 2011.