Department Home Atmospheric Science Geology and Geophysics Geography


Research in Human Geography

Human Geography

Department research in human geography covers a number of diverse topics including social, urban and economic geography; issues of racial identity, political ecology and geographic education.

From a regional perspective, faculty expertise includes world regonal geography, the geography of Texas and the American Southwest, the geography of the United States and Canada, the geography of Latin and South America, and the geography of Europe.

See also:


Dr. Guofeng Cao, application of GIS in the analysis of location-based social media, spatial cognition.

Dr. Perry Carter, social, urban and economic geography, issues of racial identity, geographic methods.

Dr. Gary Elbow, human geography, world regional geography, geographic education, Latin America.

Research Affiliate

Linda Jones, human geography, technology and the human landscape, Europe.

Research and Teaching Facilities