UH Geography and Environment PhD candidate Henryk Szadziewski (@henrykszad) has a new article in the French journal Outre-Terre titled "Reverse Image Engineering: Unfinished and Failed Chinese infrastructure Projects in Fiji," https://t.co/qNL78xtJJz.
UH GEO Associate Professor David Beilman co-authored "Central Pacific hydro climate over the last 45,000 years: Molecular-isotopic evidence from leaf wax in a Hawaiʻi peatland," in Quaternary Science Reviews, https://t.co/Eorf6j5EYv. See @UHawaiiNews: https://t.co/PYIl6qhqmw
UH Geography and Environment Associate Professor Brian Szuster and Professor Qi Chen co-authored a new article in the Journal of Sustainable Tourism, "From a drone’s eye view: indicators of overtourism in a sea, sun, and sand destination," https://t.co/huUc5c1lZV.
Congrats to the students who earned their degrees from UH Geography & Environment in Fall 2020! BA - Dylan Guerrero, Jeena Akie Kagawa, Jacob Richter, Kainoa Shimizu, and Nicholas Walker. MA - Derek Ford (@Island_UAV), Foley Pfalzgraf (@FoleyPfalzgraf), and Kristen Sanfilippo.
UH Geography and Environment PhD candidate Hunter Heaivilin and graduate Kyle Kajihiro (PhD, '20) contributed essays in "The Value of Hawaiʻi 3: Hulihia, The Turning." The open access publication is available as a pdf or ebook at https://t.co/Ypz0spFnsA.
UH Geography and Environment PhD student Borjana Lubura will present her dissertation proposal, "Humanizing Critical Geopolitics: Everyday Migrant Experiences along the Western Balkan Route" tomorrow, January 6 at 9am via Zoom. Her dissertation chair is @ReeceJonesUH.
UH Geography and Environment graduate students Dylan Beatty, Grace Chun, Meagan Harden, and Amiti Maloy are presenting at this week's @theAAG Political Geography Specialty Group Pre-Conference, January 6-7, 2021. https://t.co/mwcBlDbYTM
UH Geography & Environment alum Md. Azmeary Ferdoush (PhD, '19) received an Early Career Researcher finalist Award from Political Geography for his paper, "Acts of belonging: The choice of citizenship in the former border enclaves of Bangladesh and India." https://t.co/BP1cw7Lcof
UH Geography and Environment Associate Professor Mary Mostafanezhad (@GeogProfMary) co-edited the forthcoming book, "Tourism Geopolitics: Assemblages of infrastructure, affect, and imagination," published by @AZpress. https://t.co/AMl7ffXyY1
There are open seats for GEO 425 Geographies of Popular Culture in Sp '21. Consider contemporary indigenous cultures & the arts, the spatial politics of social activism in cities, and cultural forms globally in sports, music, and sexuality in this class taught by @marina_karides.
UH Geography and Environment PhD candidate Jacob Henry (@jacobofhume) has a new article in @SocCultGeog titled 'Whiteness in transit: the racialized geographies of international volunteering.' https://t.co/RoGKyOSPPy
UH Geography and Environment Associate Professor David Beilman contributed to a new paper entitled, "Expert assessment of future vulnerability of the global peatland carbon sink," published in @nature. https://t.co/o7bA9i21ij
UH Geography and Environment PhD candidate Dylan Beatty presented, "The Devil in our Pews: Latter-day Saints on Imperial Frontlines in Colonial Samoa" at the Western History Association (@WhaHistory) 60th Annual Conference, held online from October 12-17, 2020.
UH Geography & Environment Associate Prof. Mary Mostafanezhad (@GeogProfMary) is presenting virtually at the "Climate Change & Transboundary Haze" meeting on Dec. 14, hosted by The Regional Center for Social Science & Sustainable Development, Chiang Mai U. https://t.co/tAheUIGkJn
Looking for asynchronous online Sp '2021 courses at UHM? Learn about the geo-politics and global reach of fashion consumption, production, and protest in GEO 468: Gender, Fashion and Geographies, taught by UH Geography and Environment Professor Marina Karides (@marina_karides).
UH Geography and Environment PhD candidate Foley Pfalzgraf passed her comprehensive exams "with distinction" from the Center for Pacific Island Studies at UHM, and earned her certificate in Pacific Island Studies. Congrats, @FoleyPfalzgraf!
UH Geography and Environment Professor Krisna Suryanata, Associate Professor Mary Mostafanezhad, and alum Nicole Milne (PhD '16) have a new paper titled, "Becoming a new farmer: Agrarianism and the contradictions of diverse economies" in Rural Sociology. https://t.co/2pt7yluBaq