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Cases Research Endeavors...

“If people never did silly things, nothing intelligent would ever get done”

- Wittgenstein -

While touting the need for broad applicability, Academia often forces people to choose a narrow specialty within an even narrower sub-field. I eschew this practice – as I argue in this Op-Ed, Chapter Two of my book, & elsewhere – focusing instead on removing traditional disciplinary restrictions and bridging perceived divides. Perhaps because of this, I’ve been an invited reviewer for numerous books, articles, and grant proposals, served in multiple (international) advisory capacities, presented my research or been an invited speaker nearly 60 times at different professional functions, authored over five-dozen peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and penned more than two-dozen commentary pieces – all of which span my discipline’s gamut. Alongside these accomplishments, I serve as the Science, Technology, and Law Representative for The University of the West Indies Press Editorial Committee, as well as the Associate Director of the interdisciplinary Stone Heritage Research Alliance. I have also published four books (as sole editor or co-editor) and five different training and reference manuals, including an introductory physical geography laboratory manual used at different universities across the US. Even so, teaching remains my raison d’être.

Ongoing and Past Projects

Geomorphology & Rock/Stone Decay Science:

  Exploring the Science of Scenery...

Experiential Education:

  Promoting in situ Learning at all Levels...

Humanistic Geography:

  Appreciating the Individuals Sense & Spirit of Place...

​Other Interests & Projects:

  • Aesthetics and Architecture

  • Botany (and Phytogeography/Geobotany)

  • Curriculum Development and Assessment

  • Digital/GeoHumanities & Popular/New/Social Media

  • Field Studies/Methods/Techniques

  • Geographic Thought & Epistemology

  • Medieval & Renaissance Cartography

  • Mythology, Religion, & Belief Systems

  • Photogeomorphology and Historic Repeat Photography

  • Rock Art and Geoarchaeology

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