This summer Javier Arce-Nazario presented geo/visual/island at the Casa Blanca exhibition hall of the Puerto Rican Institute of Culture. More than a thousand visitors visited the exhibit from Puerto Rico and around the world, many of which were students from … Continued
Author Archives: Jun Liang
Riveros-Iregui, D. A., J. D. Lenters, C. S. Peake, J. B. Ong, N. C. Healey & V. A. Zlotnik (2017) Evaporation from a shallow, saline lake in the Nebraska Sandhills: Energy balance drivers of seasonal and interannual variability. Journal of … Continued
Gökarıksel, B. & S. Smith (2017) Intersectional feminism beyond U.S. flag hijab and pussy hats in Trump’s America. Gender, Place & Culture, 24, 628-644.
LENTZ, C. C. (2017) Cultivating Subjects: Opium and rule in post-colonial Vietnam. Modern Asian Studies, 1-40.. doi:10.1017/S0026749X15000402
Professor Mike Emch has been awarded a US$4.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation Partnerships in International Research and Education (PIRE) program with colleagues from Public Policy and Sociology. The grant titled “Confronting Energy Poverty: Building an Interdisciplinary Evidence … Continued
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Lentz, C. C. (2017) Dreams of the Hmong Kingdom: The Quest for Legitimation in French Indochina, 1850–1960 by Mai Na M. Lee. Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 12, 152-154.
Gökarıksel, B. & A. J. Secor (2017) Devout Muslim masculinities: the moral geographies and everyday practices of being men in Turkey. Gender, Place & Culture, 24, 381-402.
Davis, J. (2017) Fertility after natural disaster: Hurricane Mitch in Nicaragua. Population and Environment, 1-17.
Following a summer of research funded by the UNC Institute for the Environment’s IDEA (Increase Diversity and Enhancing Academia) Undergraduate Research Experience Program, geography majors Chris Bennet (supervised by Dr. Elizabeth Havice) and Sofia McCarthy (supervised by Dr. Gabriela Valdivia) … Continued