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Nicholas Crane

Department of Geography

 


 

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Geography, The Ohio State University, 2014
M.A. Geography, The Ohio State University, 2008.
B.A. Comparative Cultural Studies, The Ohio State University, 2006.

ncrane@uwyo.edu
(307) 223-5214

Arts and Sciences 303
Office Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 1:30-2:30

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Research Interests

Cultural, Political, and Urban Geography; social movements; the state; qualitative methodology and research design; young people and youth culture; the Americas; Mexico

Teaching

GEOG 1000/INST 1060 World Regional Geography
GEOG 1020 Introduction to Human Geography
GEOG 4500/5880 American Landscapes
GEOG 4570/5570 Cultural Geography
GEOG 4572/5572 Sense of Place
GEOG 4574/5574 Landscapes of Conflict

Recent Publications

Edited Collection
Crane, N. J., and W. Kusek. 2014. Special Issue: Contemporary Research Strategies in Cultural Geography. Journal of Cultural Geography 31(2).

Journal Articles
Crane, N. J. 2015. Politics squeezed through a police state: policing and vinculación in post-1968 Mexico City. Political Geography 47, 1-10.
Crane, N. J. 2014. It could be and could have been otherwise: For a Non-Euclidean Engagement with Mexico City’s ’68. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13(4), 609-621.
Crane, N. J., and W. Kusek. 2014. Embracing Dissensus: Reflections on Contemporary Research Strategies in Cultural Geography. Journal of Cultural Geography 31(2), 121-126.
Crane, N. J. 2014. Performing State Repression at the Zócalo, Mexico City, October 2, 2011. FOCUS on Geography 57(3), 139-140.
Crane, N. J., and I. Ashutosh. 2013. A Movement Returning Home? Occupy Wall Street After the Evictions. Cultural Studies  Critical Methodologies 13(3), 168-172.
Crane, N. J. 2012. Are ‘Other Spaces’ Necessary? Associative Power at the Dumpster. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 11(3), 353-372.

Contributions to Edited Books
Crane, N. J. In Press. Political education in protest camps: spatializing dissensus and reconfiguring places of youth activist ritual in Mexico City. In, G. Brown, A. Feigenbaum, and F. Frenzel (eds.), Protest Camps in International Context: Spaces, Infrastructures, and Media of Resistance. Bristol: Policy Press.
Crane, N. J. 2016. Carlos Fuentes. In, S. Ray, H. Schwarz, A. Shemak, A. Moreiras, J. L. Villacanas Verlanga, and D. Megestu (eds.), Blackwell Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies, DOI: 10.1111/b.9781444334982.2016.x.
Crane, N. J. 2016. Octavio Paz. In, S. Ray, H. Schwarz, A. Shemak, A. Moreiras, J. L. Villacanas Verlanga, and D. Megestu (eds.), Blackwell Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies, DOI: 10.1111/b.9781444334982.2016.x.

Book reviews
Crane, N. J. 2015. Invited review of Mark Purcell’s The Down-Deep Delight of Democracy. Social & Cultural Geography 16(8), 991-992.
Crane, N. J. 2015. Invited review of Mustafa Dikeç’s Space, Politics and Aesthetics. Space and Polity 19(2), 206-208.
Crane, N. J. 2013. Review of Edward McCaughan’s Art and Social Movements: Cultural politics in Mexico and Aztlán. e-misférica 10(1).


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