Position title: Professor
Phone: (608) 262-0505
Department of Geography
University of Wisconsin-Madison
160 Science Hall
550 N. Park Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53706-1491
PhD, University of Arizona, 2007
Social Theory, Site Ontology and the Recent Scale Debates, Radical, Critical, and Social Geography, Social Movements and Social Change, Geographies of Affect, The History of Geographic Thought, Art/Science Collaborations
Affect, Direct Action, and Political Ontology
Materialism, Events, and the Philosophy of Conditions
A joint-funded NSF-AHRC grant focusing on contemporary Art-Science collaborations
A book-length project, with Sallie Marston and John Paul Jones III, that develops the site ontology first introduced in our critique of the scale concept, “Human Geography Without Scale”
Geog101: Introduction to Human Geography (annual)
Geog301: Geography of Social Organization: Collectivity, Autonomy and Social Change (biennial)
Geog501: Space and Place (biennial)
Geog566: The History of Geographic Thought (biennial)
Geog901: Space and Social Theory: Space, Affect, Percept (Spring 2011)
Geog901: Space and Social Theory: Things and Space (Spring 2012)
Geog901: Space and Social Theory: Anarchist Geographies (Spring 2013)
Geog901: Space and Social Theory: Mind and Ecology (Fall 2013)
Geog901: Space and Social Theory: Deleuze and Geophilosophy (Spring 2015)
The Havens Center
The Center for Visual Cultures
Human Rights Initiative
Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
Under review: K. Woodward. “Affective Passing.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
In press: K. Woodward. “The Speculative Geography of Orson Welles.” Cultural Geographies.
In press: “Mediated Geographies Across Arizona: Learning Literacy Skills through Filmmaking,” C. Lukinbeal, J. Finn, J.P. Jones III, C. Kennedy, and K. Woodward. In Mediated Geographies/Geographies of Media, S. Mains, J. Cupples, and C. Lukinbeal, eds. London: Sage.
K. Woodward, L. Vigdor, J.P. Jones III, H. Hawkins, S.A. Marston, and D.P. Dixon. 2015. “One Sinister Hurricane: Rethinking Collaborative Visualization,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105: 496-511.
K. Woodward and M. Bruzzone. 2015. “Touching Like a State,” Antipode 47(2): 539-56.
K. Woodward. 2014. “Affect, State Theory, and the Politics of Confusion,” Political Geography 41: 21-31.
K. Woodward. 2014. “Ethical Spaces,” In Introducing Human Geographies, 3rd ed., P. Cloke, P. Crang and M. Goodwin, eds. New York: Routledge, pp. 899-918.
K. Woodward. 2013. “Spacing Deconstruction,” In Derrida and the Future of the Liberal Arts, M. Caputi and V. Del Casino, eds. New York: Continuum, pp. 224-49.
M. Caputi, V. Del Casino, Jr., and K. Woodward. 2013. “Derrida, Deconstruction, and the University,” In Derrida and the Future of the Liberal Arts, M. Caputi and V. Del Casino, eds. New York: Continuum, pp. 13-36.
K. Woodward, J.P. Jones III, and Sallie A. Marston. 2012. “The Politics of Autonomous Space,” Progress in Human Geography 36(2): 204-24.
K. Woodward. 2011. “Affective Life,” In A Companion to Social Geography, V. Del Casino, R. Paneli, P. Cloke, and M. Thomas, eds. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 325-25.
J.P. Jones III, S.A. Marston, and K. Woodward. 2011: “Scales and Networks,” In A Companion to Human Geography, J.A. Agnew and J.S. Duncan, eds. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 404-14.
K. Woodward, J.P. Jones III, and S.A. Marston. 2010. “Of Eagles and Flies: Orientations Toward the Micro,” Area 42(3): 271-80.
K. Woodward. 2010. “Events, Spontaneity and Abrupt Conditions,” In Taking-Place: Non-Representational Theories and Geography, B. Anderson and P. Harrison, eds. Surrey: Ashgate, pp. 321-40.
K. Woodward and J. Lea. 2010. “Geographies of Affect,” In The Sage Handbook of Social Geographies, S. Smith, R. Pain, S.A. Marston and J.P. Jones III, eds. London: Sage, pp. 154-75.
D. Mayer and K. Woodward. 2009. “Composition and Felt Geographies,” Composing Other Spaces, J.P. Tassoni and D.R. Powell, eds. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, pp. 103-20.
D. Dixon, K. Woodward, and J.P. Jones, III. 2008. “On the Other Hand…Dialectics,” Environment and Planning A, 40(11): 2549-61.
K. Woodward, J.P. Jones, III, and S.A. Marston. 2008. “Downsizing Wal-Mart: A Response to Prytherch,” Urban Geography 29(1): 78-84.
J.P. Jones III, K. Woodward, and S.A. Marston. 2007. “Situating Flatness,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 32(2): 264-76.
S.A. Marston, K. Woodward, and J.P. Jones, III. 2007. “Flattening Ontologies of Globalization: The Nollywood Case,” Globalizations 4(1): 45-63. Reprinted in Cultures of Globalization: Coherence, Hybridity, Contestation, K. Archer, M.M. Bosman, M.M. Amen, and E. Schmidt, eds. London: Routledge, pp. 45-63.
C. Lukinbeal, C.B. Kennedy, J.P. Jones, III, J. Finn, K. Woodward, D, Nelson, Z.A. Grant, N. Antonopolis, A. Palos, and C. Atkinson-Palombo. 2007. “Mediated Geographies: Critical Pedagogy and Geographic Education,” Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 69: 31-44.
S.A. Marston, J.P. Jones, III, and K. Woodward. 2005. “Human Geography without Scale,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 30(4): 416-32. Reprinted in Theory and Methods: Critical Essays in Human Geography, C. Philo, ed. Hampshire: Ashgate; Reprinted in Human Geography, Vol. III, D. Gregory and N. Castree, eds. London: Sage.
K. Woodward and J.P. Jones, III. 2005. “On the Border with Deleuze and Guattari,” In B/ordering Space, H. van Houtum, O. Kramsch, and W. Zierhofer, eds. Hampshire: Ashgate, pp. 233-48.
K. Woodward.Forthcoming. “Badiou, Alain.” In The Encyclopedia of Political Thought (M.T. Gibbons et al., eds.). Malden, MA: Wylie-Blackwell.
M. Bruzzone, A.H. Neely, S. Peterson and K. Woodward. 2013. “The 2011 Wisconsin Protests,” In P.L. Knox and S.A. Marston, Places and Regions in Global Context: Human Geography, 6th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, pp 176-78.
K. Woodward. 2011. Commentary on Stuart Alexander Rockefeller’s “Flow,” Current Anthropology 52(4): 573-74.
D.P. Dixon, J.P. Jones, III, and K. Woodward. 2009. “Poststructuralism/Poststructuralist Geographies”, In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, R. Kitchen and N. Thrift, eds. London: Elsevier, pp. 396-407.
K. Woodward and J.P. Jones, III. 2009. “David Harvey,” In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Vol. 5, R. Kitchen and N. Thrift, eds. London: Elsevier, pp. 25-27.
K. Woodward and J.P. Jones, III. 2009. “Epistemology,” “Ontology,” “Postmodernism,” “Postmodernity,” “Poststructuralism,” In The Dictionary of Human Geography, D. Gregory, R. Johnston, G. Pratt, M. Watts, and S. Whatmore, eds. (5th Edition). Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, pp. 206-08; 511-13.
K. Woodward, J.P. Jones, III, and S.A. Marston. 2009. “Scale,” In The Dictionary of Human Geography, D. Gregory, R. Johnston, G. Pratt, M. Watts, and S. Whatmore, eds. (5th Edition). Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, pp. 664-66.
GRADUATE STUDENTS AND POSTDOCS
Elsa Noterman (2014). Thesis: “Manufactured Commons: Collective Ownership and Differential Commoning.”
Heather Rosenfeld (2014). Thesis: “Tensions in the Installation of a Smart Electric Grid: Parasitic Mediations and Short Circuiting Environmental Justice.”
Marc Brakken (2012, Co-advisor with T. Allen). Thesis: “Becoming the Event: A Theoretic Examination of Continuity and Change.”
Mario Bruzzone (2012). Thesis: “Las Patronas, Clientalism, and Care.”
Mario Bruzzone (Current)
Charlie Carlin (Current, Co-advisor with Sarah Moore)
Nick Lally (Current)
Elsa Noterman (Current)