20 Sep 2022

Chapter in Routledge Handbook of the Digital Environmental Humanities

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Wendy Burk and I have a chapter in the new Routledge Handbook of the Digital Environmental Humanities. Check the book out here.

8 Sep 2022

The best field guides and atlases that will make you look at field guides and atlases in a whole new way

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I wrote a short book list for an interesting new website called Shepherd. You can see it here.


22 Aug 2021

Critical Approaches to Place NEH project featured in El Paso Herald-Post

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My new National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) funded project with Dr. Kerry Banazek, “Critical Approaches to Place: Teaching Narrative Mapping in Southern New Mexico” was featured in the El Paso Herald-Post:

“What is a map? What do maps do? How do they entice, lie, tell stories, reveal cultural values and participate in complex histories?

Those were some questions faculty, researchers, and graduate students at New Mexico State University (NMSU) recently explored in an interdisciplinary workshop, thanks to a $149,890 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The event, which was held Aug. 4–6, kicked off a three-year project focused on critical approaches to place and the environment.”

Read more of the article by Tonya Suther here.

14 Mar 2021

OU DGES Colloquium

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12 Jan 2021

Seminario Internacional “Geohumanidades, Arte y Biopolítica del Antropoceno”

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I’ll be speaking at this cool international geohumanities seminar on 22 January

5 Aug 2020

Bioscience article on Art-Sci collaborations

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“6&6: A Transdisciplinary Approach to Art–Science Collaboration,” an article about our project that brought 6 artists and 6 scientists together for art-sci collaboration around the Sonoran Desert and Gulf of California, is now published in Bioscience.

3 Jun 2020
29 Feb 2020

Climate Geopoetics article in Dialogues in Human Geography

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The “online first” version of a new article, “Climate geopoetics (the earth is a composted poem)” is published in Dialogues in Human Geography. See the abstract and article here.

16 Jan 2020
10 Jan 2020

Earth Matters: Connecting to Non-Humans in the Borderlands

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I joined host Kevin Bixby and UTEP history doctoral candidate Ligia Arguilez on the radio show Earth Matters this week. Ligia is doing fascinating research on the creosote and its stories. You can listen to the full conversation here.