2017 Graduate Student Publications

Geography graduate students publish in a wide range of academic and non-academic venues from Computational Culture: A Journal of Software Studies to Ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization. To celebrate the diversity of the discipline and the accomplishment of our graduate students, we’ve compiled a digest of our 2017 publications!

We hope this is the start of a new tradition to collect and share our publications each year. If you have a 2017 publication to add to this list, please email it to Carly Griffith at cgriffith5@wisc.edu.




Bruzzone, Mario. 2017. “Respatializing the Domestic: Gender, Extensive Domesticity, and Activist Kitchenspace in Mexican Migration Politics.” Cultural Geographies 24(2): 247–263.


Bruzzone, Mario. 2017. “The Politics of the Purifier: State and Economic Subject-formation through Mexican Clientelist Practice.” Political Geography 60: 223–231.


Carlin, Charles R. 2017. “Playing Coyote: A Ceremony of Relationship, Distance, and Subjectivity.” cultural geographies 24(3): 389–402.


Carlin, Charles R. “Cultivating Ecosophy: Dialog with the Contemporary Vision Fast Company.” Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 99(2): 114–127.


Lally, Nick. 2017. “Crowdsourced Surveillance and Networked Data.” Security Dialogue 48(1): 63–77.


Lally, Nick and Ryan Burns. 2017. “Special Section Editorial: Toward a Geographical Software Studies.” Computational Culture: A Journal of Software Studies.


Hanson, Lenora and Elsa Noterman. 2017. “Speculating on the University: Disruptive Actions in Today’s Corporate University.” Ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization. 17(3): 653–671.


Meyerhoff, Eli and Elsa Noterman. 2017. “Revolutionary Scholarship by Any Speed Necessary: Slow or Fast but for the End of This World.” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies.


Moore, Sarah A., Robert E. Roth, Heather Rosenfeld, Eric Nost, Kristen Vincent, Mohammed Rafi Arefin, and Tanya MA Buckingham. 2017. “Undisciplining Environmental Justice Research with Visual Storytelling.” Geoforum.


Nost, Eric, Heather Rosenfeld, Kristen Vincent, Sarah A. Moore, and Robert E. Roth. 2017. “HazMatMapper: An Online and Interactive Geographic Visualization Tool for Exploring Transnational Flows of Hazardous Waste and Environmental Justice.” Journal of Maps. 13(1), 14–23.


Sack, Carl. 2017. “Web Mapping.” The Geographic Information Science & Technology Body of Knowledge, John P. Wilson (ed.). DOI: 10.22224/gistbok/2017.4.11.


Kropp, Heather, Michael Loranty, Heather D. Alexander, Logan T. Berner, Susan M. Natali, and Seth A. Spawn. 2017. “Environmental Constraints on Transpiration and Stomatal Conductance in a Siberian Arctic Boreal Forest.” Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences.


Crawford, John T., Luke C. Lokoen, William E. West, Benjamin Crary, Seth A. Spawn, Nicholas Gubbins, Stuart E. Jones, Robert G. Striegl, Emily H. Stanley. 2017.  “Spatial Heterogeneity of Within-Stream Methane Concentrations.” Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences.


Summer, Rebecca and Garrett Dash Nelson. 2017. “Making Stories Significant: Possibilities and Challenges at the Intersection of Digital Methods and Historic Preservation.” Area. DOI: 10.1111/area.12395


Zhang, Guiming, A-Xing Zhu, Zhi-Pang Huang, and Wen Xiao. 2017. “A Heuristic-based Approach to Mitigating Positional Errors in Patrol Data for Species Distribution Modeling.” Transactions in GIS. DOI: 10.1111/tgis.12303.

Zhang, Guiming, A-Xing Zhu, Zhi-Pang Huang, Guopeng Ren, Cheng-Zhi Qin, and Wen Xiao. 2017. “Validity of Historical Volunteered Geographic Information: Evaluating Citizen Data for Mapping Historical Geographic Phenomena.” Transactions in GIS. DOI: 10.1111/tgis.12300.

Zhang, Guiming, A-Xing Zhu, and Qunying Huang. 2017. “A GPU-accelerated Adaptive Kernel Density Estimation Approach for Efficient Point Pattern Analysis on Spatial Big Data.” International Journal of Geographical Information Science 31(10): 2068-2097. DOI: 10.1080/13658816.2017.1324975.

Author: Geography Staff

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