Presentations

David Prytherch, geography: “‘Streets for Everyone:’ Mobility, Rights, and the Complete Street.” Presented in Chicago, IL at the April 21-25, 2015 Association of American Geographers annual meeting. 

Marcia England, geography: “Geographies of Media VI: Politics, Culture, Identity.” Presented in Chicago, IL at the April 21-25, 2015 Association of American Geographers annual meeting. 

Liza Skryzhevska, geography: “Adaptation to Climate Change in Russia: Policymakers’ Views and Attitudes.” Presented in Chicago, IL at the April 21-25, 2015 Association of American Geographers annual meeting. 
Ziying Jiang, geography: “The spatial and temporal challenges of examining the impact of abandoned properties demolition to crimes in City of Hamilton, OH.” Presented in Chicago, IL at the April 21-25, 2015 Association of American Geographers annual meeting. 

Stan Toops, geography: “Regional Inequality in Xinjiang, China.” Presented in Chicago, IL at the April 21-25, 2015 Association of American Geographers annual meeting. 

 Bruce D’Arcus, geography: “Geographies of Citizenship and Dissent.” Presented in Chicago, IL at the April 21-25, 2015 Association of American Geographers annual meeting.

Roxanne Ornelas, geography: “Indigenous Peoples and Sacred Water in the Anthropocene.” Presented in Chicago, IL at the April 21-25, 2015 Association of American Geographers annual meeting. 

 Amelie Davis, geography: “Neighborhood social networks and sense of community.” Presented in Chicago, IL at the April 21-25, 2015 Association of American Geographers annual meeting.

Yu-Fang Cho, english, women's gender and sexuality studies, and asian and asian american studies: “Reading Race and Gender in America’s Asia Beyond Multiculturalism.” Keynote lecture at the March 2015 American Literature and Culture at the Crossroads of Race and Gender Conference.

Yu-Fang Cho, english, women's gender and sexuality studies, and asian and asian american studies: “Opening Up Moving Archives: On Narrating Un/reproduction in Asian America.” Keynote lecture at the March 2015 Transnational America and the Question of Literature Symposium. 

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