The Department of Geography and Planning fosters theoretical and applied research in geography and planning, promotes multicultural understanding, complements interdisciplinary work, and engages in community outreach. Areas of research and teaching: GIS and Spatial Analysis (including location-allocation modeling); Urban and Regional Planning; Urban-Economic Geography; Environmental Geography/Planning; Land Use Analysis and Transportation Geography/Planning; Cultural, Behavioral, and Social Geography; and Remote Sensing. This collection contains publications and other scholarly activities of faculty and students at the department.
Submissions from 2017
Celestial Mechanics: A Tale For a Mid-winter Night (book review), David J. Nemeth Ph. D.
Rides of Passage: Along the Road to Poona, David J. Nemeth Ph. D.
Submissions from 2015
Diving for cover: The economics of the modern subduction of American peripatetic (Romani, Traveller, Ref) repair services providers into the underground economy, Michael L. Chohaney
Hard Eight, David J. Nemeth Ph. D.
Submissions from 2014
Jeju Island Rambling: Self-exile in Peace Corps, 1973-1974, David J. Nemeth Ph. D.
Submissions from 2013
Gypsy Territoriality and the Ofisa Shell Game, Michael L. Chohaney and David J. Nemeth Ph. D.
Submissions from 2008
Rediscovering Hallasan: Jeju Island’s Traditional Landscapes of Sincerity, Mysticism and Adventure, David J. Nemeth Ph. D.