I’m interested in working with students who engage with themes related to geographies of region, young people, and intersections between moral philosophy and geography; on ethics of care and the politics and experiences of caregiving; or in relation to participatory and digital methodologies. In addition to a great number of Masters students, I’ve had the privilege of working with these wonderful people through their PhD programs:
UNC Geography PhD Students:
Mark Ortiz (BA, University of Alabama; MA UNC-Chapel Hill – co-supervisor with Dr. Elizabeth Havice)
Rebecca Patterson-Markowitz (MA, University of Arizona)
Sertanya Reddy (MA, University of Edinburgh)
Dr. Darius Scott (BA, Morehouse College) – hear about Darius’ work on the Southern Oral Histories Program “Back ways” project in this podcast.
And I miss all of these folks (PhD from the University of Edinburgh):
Dr. Jarina Binti Mohd Jani, Institute of Oceanography, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu.
Dr. Anthony Furlong – follow this link to Tony’s PhD thesis.
Dr. Lakhbir Jassal
Pete Kingsley, research fellow – Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh.
Stephanie Terreni Brown, DTZ International Education division. See Stephanie’s article on the planning history and conflicts of Kampala’s sanitation system here.
Brett Matulis, Lecturer, University of Leicester.