CURRICULUM VITA

GERALD (JERRY) R. WEBSTER



Present Address: 3221 Reynolds Street

Laramie, Wyoming 82072

Home Phone: (307) 745-8633

Business Address: Geography, Box 3371

1000 E. University Ave.

University of Wyoming

Laramie, Wyoming 82071-3371

Department Phone: (307) 766-3311

Fax: (307) 766-3294

Email: gwebste1@uwyo.edu



Personal Data: Born June 2, 1953 in Bremerton, Washington;

Graduated High School from Mannheim American High School,

Mannheim, West Germany, 1971;

EDUCATION



B.A. University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado. Political Science, 1976.

M.S. Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington. Geography, 1980.

Thesis Title: "The Economic Impact of Canadian Tourism in Whatcom County,

Washington: An Examination of Selected Factors Influencing Canadian Cross-Border

Activity."

Advisor: Debnath Mookherjee.

Ph.D. University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. Geography, 1984.

Dissertation Title: "The Spatial Reorganization of the Local State: The Case of County

Boundaries in Kentucky."

Advisor: Stanley D. Brunn.





POSITIONS HELD



Professor and Chair, Department of Geography, University of Wyoming, 8/07 - present.

Chair, Department of Geography, University of Alabama, 1/01 -- 8/07.



Professor, Department of Geography, University of Alabama, 8/97 -- 8/07.

Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Alabama, 8/92 -- 8/97.



Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Alabama, 8/89 -- 8/92.



Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Recreation, University of Wyoming, 8/85 -- 7/89.



Visiting Assistant Professor (leave of absence replacement), Department of Geography, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 8/84 -- 5/85.



Visiting Instructor (sabbatical replacement), Department of Geography, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, 1/84 -- 5/84.



Instructor, Department of Geography, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 6/82 -- 8/82; 6/83 -- 8/83; and 6/84 -- 8/84.



Teaching Assistant (full teaching responsibilities), Department of Geography, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1/81 -- 5/81; 8/82 -- 5/83; and 8/83 -- 12/83.



Instructor, European Division, University of Maryland, Bremerhaven, West Germany, 6/81 -- 9/81.



Research Assistant, Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, 9/79 -- 6/80.



Teaching Assistant, Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, 8/78 -- 6/79.





PRIMARY TEACHING INTERESTS



Lower Division Upper Division

Human Geography Political Geography (International, U.S.)

World Regional Geography Urban Geography

Planning Research Methods and Traditions

Middle America





COURSES TAUGHT (no. of times as of Fall 2011)

Introduction to Geography (3) Geography of Middle America (4)

Introduction to Physical Geography (4) Geography of Latin America (2)

Introduction to Climatology (2) Introduction to Land Use Planning (8)

Introduction to Human Geography (12) Research Methods and Traditions (19)

Introduction to World Regional Geography (46) Political Geography (13)

Social and Cultural Geography (1) Political Geography of the U.S. (2)

Urban Geography (7)

Participation in Computer Based Honors Program, University of Alabama (4)



Directed Independent Studies Courses: Geography of Europe, Geography of Latin America, Geography of the Soviet Union, Geography of Religion in the U.S., Social and Cultural Geography, Geography of the Rocky Mountain Region, Geography of UN Voting, Mexico in the International System, Section and Party in India, Nation and State in Africa, NGOs and the International System, Pre-Columbian Settlement Planning and Design in Mexico, Geography of Crime, Geopolitics, Geography of Taxation, Geography of BBQ.





THESES AND SELECTED NON-THESIS PAPERS DIRECTED



Nathaniel HadleyDike (2010), "Political Regions and Electoral Strategies: An Analysis of Political Regions in the United States Through the Medium of Television Advertisements," Thesis, University of Wyoming.



Nicholas Quinton (2007), "Differential Tax Levies and Retail Outlet Locations," Thesis, University of Alabama.



Jerrod Bowman (2007), "A Reexamination of the Southern Violence Construct," Thesis, University of Alabama.

Lisa Channell (2007), "Environmental Perceptions as Recorded by the Lewis and Clark Expeditions, 1804-1806," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



Daniel McGowin (2006), "Yasukuni Shrine: A Comparative Study of Iconography in Japan and the American South," Thesis, University of Alabama.

Heath Robinson (2006), "Geostrategy of the Post Cold War World," Thesis, University of Alabama.

Steve Darby (2005), "The Changing Face of Alabama: Alabama's Efforts at Coping with the Emerging Hispanic Demographic," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



Scott Farmer (2005), "Assessment of Federal Government Policies on Natural Hazard Mitigation," Non-thesis paper, University of Alabama.



Timothy Kidd (2003), "Let's Get Out of Here! Secession Movements in the United States," Thesis, University of Alabama.



Trevor Harris-Groshong (2002), "The Origins of and Geographic Trends Influencing the Development of Urban Growth Boundaries," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



Lindsay Collier (2001), "Frederic Edwin Church: Contributions of a Landscape Painter to Geography," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.

Robert Russell (1999), "The Use of Geographic Place Names in the 1996 Presidential Debates," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



Amy C. Faulkner (1999), "Geopolitics and the American Containment Doctrine," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



Pat Vaum (1999), "Maps, States and Propaganda Cartography," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



Lynn Copeland Hardegree (1998), "An Evaluation of Southern Congressional Districts With Female Representation in the 103rd, 104th, and 105th Congresses: Where are the Ladies from Alabama?," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



Kenneth Kassem (1997), "The Geographic Distribution of Marine Protected Areas in the Americas," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



Victoria Tinnen (1997), "Women Scientists: Down the Path Less Traveled," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



David Norris (1996), "The Effectiveness of Affirmative Gerrymandering at the Local Level in Alabama," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



Kathleen O'Reilly (1996), "The Electoral Geography of Anti-Gay-Rights Referenda in Oregon, 1988-1994," Thesis, University of Alabama. Presentation from Ms. O'Reilly's thesis work won the outstanding research paper by a Masters student at the 1995 SEDAAG meeting, and an Honorable Mention in the Political Geography Specialty Group's Student Paper Competition in 1996. An article drawn from her thesis appeared in the Professional Geographer in 1998.



Nel Ruffin, (1996), "Sinkholes in the Marble and Dolostone Karst of Sylacauga, Alabama," Thesis, University of Alabama. Presentation from Ms. Ruffin's thesis won the outstanding research paper by a Masters student at the 1996 SEDAAG meeting.



Valerie Stout (1996), "Electoral Geography of Legislative Support for the 'Takings Law'," Non-thesis research paper.



Robert George (1996), "Alabama's License Plate: A Symbol of the Massive Resistance?," (subsequently published in International Social Science Review), and "A Vernacular West," Non-thesis research papers, University of Alabama.



Suzanna Hartley (1994), "Modeling Foreign Direct Manufacturing Decisions in the Southern United States," Thesis, University of Alabama.



Cynthia Sutherland (1994), "Compactness of Congressional Districts in the Southeast," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



John Puckett (1992), "The Conversion of Agricultural Land in Madison, Alabama, 1950-1987," Non-thesis research paper, University of Alabama.



Mark Greer (1992), "Regional Alignment in United Nations' Cold War Voting, 1946-1985," Thesis, University of Wyoming.



Majorie L. Varuska (1989), "Changing of the Guard: The Successor Generation and NATO," Non-thesis research paper, University of Wyoming.



Jacqueline V. Nolan (1986), "Ministate Voting in the United Nations," Non-thesis research paper, University of Wyoming.





PRIMARY RESEARCH INTERESTS



Redistricting

Spatial Organization of Government

Southern Politics

Electoral Geography

Electoral Regionalism and Change in the United States

Political Iconography

Secessionist Movements

Nationalism





RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS



"Reflections on Current Criteria to Evaluate Redistricting Plans," Political Geography Plenary Lecture, Association of American Geographers, New York City, February, 2011, scheduled.



"Geographies of Same-Sex Marriage Referenda in the United States: Regional and National Perspectives," with Jonathan Leib and Thomas Chapman, Association of American Geographers, New York City, February, 2011 scheduled.



"The Bible Belt in a Changing South: Shrinking, Relocating and Multiple Buckles," with Stanley Brunn and J, Clark Archer, Auburn-Montgomery Liberal Arts Conference, Montgomery, AL, February, 2011, scheduled.



"Geospatial Aspects of Wine Law in the United States," with Michael Pretes, Vagn Hansen and Matthew Balentine, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers,

Savannah, GA, November, 2011.



"The Sanctification of the Washita Massacre Site," Great Plains-Rocky Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, CO, October, 2011.



"'Custer's Luck', Sanctification and the Washita Massacre," National Council for Geographic Education, Portland, OR, August 2011.



"Delineating the Bible Belt Geographic Region. 1971-2000," with Stanley D. Brunn and J. Clark Archer, Association of American Geographers, Seattle, WA, April 2011.

"Custer May Have Died for Our Sins But He Didn't Go Away," Department of Geography, South Dakota State University, March, 2011.



The Bible Belt: Shrinking, Relocating and Multiple Buckles," with Stanley D. Brunn and J. Clark Archer, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Birmingham, AL, November, 2010.



"Teaching About the U.S. Civil Rights Struggle," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Birmingham, AL, November, 2010.



"Memorializing Controversy: Custer Place Names on the Western Landscape," Great Plains-Rocky Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, Lawrence, KS, October, 2010.



"Institutionalizing the Myth" Custer Place Names on the Western Landscape," Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April 2010.



"Promoting Productivity Across All Ranks," Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April 2010.



"Custer May Have Died For Our Sins But He Didn't Go Away," Colloquium, Department of Geography, University of Alabama, March 2010.



"Custer May Have Died For Our Sins But He Didn't Go Away," Southeastern Division fo the Association of American Geographers, Knoxville, TN, November 2009.



"American Nationalism and the Invasion of Iraq," National Council for Geographic Education, San Juan, Puerto Rico, September 2009.



"Place, Partisan Elections, and Direct Democracy: A Place-Based Analysis of Alabama's Electoral Geography," with Nick Quinton, Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, NV, March 2009.



"Counting Old Glory- A Census of American Flag Symbols in Laramie, Wyoming," with Daniel Ervin, Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, NV, March 2009.



"Thoughts on Mentoring Junior Faculty," Association of American Geographers, Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, NV, March 2009.



"Early Voting and the 2008 Elections," with Nathaniel HadleyDike and Daniel Ervin, Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, NV, March 2008.

"Flags, Iconography, Banal Nationalism and Iraq," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Greensboro, NC, November 2008.



"'What Would Robert E. Lee Do?': Race, Religion and the Confederate Battle Flag," with Jonathan Leib, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Greensboro, NC, November 2008.



"Voting in Alabama, Put in Its 'Place'," with Nick Quinton, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Greensboro, NC, November 2008.



"Race, Religion and the Confederate Battle Flag in the American South," with Jonathan Leib, Race, Ethnicity and Place Conference, Miami, FL, November 2008.



"The Perfect Storm Update? : Perspectives on the 2008 Congressional Elections," Session on The Geographic Perspectives on the 2008 Elections, Great Plain-Rocky Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, Grand Forks, ND, September 2008.



"Electoral Alignments and Cleavages in Statewide Referenda in Alabama," with Nick Quinton, Conference on Revitalizing Electoral Geography, Tallahassee, FL, May 2008.



"The Electoral Geography of Two Jim Crow Referenda," with Nick Quinton, Association of American Geographers, Boston, MA, April 2008.



"The Perfect Storm? : Perspectives on the 2008 Congressional Elections," Association of American Geographers, Boston, MA, April 2008.

"The Electoral Geography of Alabama's 2006 Referenda Prohibiting Same-Sex Marriage," with Jonathan Leib and Tom Chapman, Association of American Geographers, Boston, MA, April 2008.

"Quantitatively Delineating the Black Belt Geographic Region," with Jerrod Bowman, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Charleston, SC, November 2007.



"The History and Use of the Confederate Battle Flag," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Charleston, SC, November 2007.



"Sports, Community, Nationalism and the International State System," Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, CO, October 2007

"Thoughts on Mentoring Junior Faculty," Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, CO, October 2007.



"The Trials of Felon Disenfranchisement in Alabama," Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA, April 2007.



"Sports, Politics, Nationalism and International Relations," Florida Society of Geographers, Jacksonville, FL, February 2007.



"Excising Jim Crow from the Alabama State Constitution: The Electoral Geography of Two Referenda," with Nicholas Quinton, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Morgantown, WV, November 2006.



"Sports, Community, Nationalism and the International State System," National Council for Geographic Education, Tahoe, CA, October, 2006.



"'Race,' the Creative Class and Political Geographies of Same Sex Marriage in Georgia," with Thomas Chapman and Jonathan Leib, Applied Geography Conference, Tampa, FL, October, 2006.



"Hurricane Katrina and Voting Rights," Panel Presentation, Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL, March 2006.



"Minority Influence Districts and State Legislative Votes on the Confederate Battle Emblem," with Jonathan Leib, Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL, March 2006.



"The Cross They Bear: Whiteness, Religion, and the Confederate Battle Flag in the American South," with Jonathan Leib, Conferences on "Flying the Flag: Critical Perspectives on Symbolism and Identity," Oslo, Norway, November 2005.



"Social Justice and Voting Rights Issues in the South," Panel Presentation, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, West Palm Beach, FL, November 2005.



"Political Geography Research on the South, 1980-2005," with Jerrod Bowman, Daniel McGowin, and Heath Robinson, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, West Palm Beach, FL, November 2005.



"Voting on Jim Crow in Alabama," National Council for Geographic Education, Birmingham, AL, October 2005.



"Barbecue and Civil Rights in South Carolina," with Jonathan Leib, National Council for Geographic Education, Birmingham, AL, October 2005.



"Working for the Vote in Indian Country," with Erin Fouberg and Toby Moore, National Council for Geographic Education, Birmingham, AL, October 2005.



"Quantitatively Delineating the Black Belt Geographic Region," with Jerrod Bowman, Symposium of the History and Culture of the Black Belt, Livingston, AL, April 2005.



"Lost Cause Iconography and the Neo-Confederate Movement," with Jonathan Leib, Association of American Geographers, Denver, CO, April 2005.



"The Stand in the Smokehouse Door: Maurice Bessinger, the Neo-Confederate Movement and the Confederate Battle Flag in Columbia, South Carolina," with Jonathan Leib, Political Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, Boulder, CO, April 2005.



"Political Cartoons and the 2004 Presidential Campaign," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Biloxi, MS, November 2004.



"Geography, Religion, Race and the 2003 Tax Reform Referendum in Alabama," with Roberta H. Webster, National Council for Geographic Education, Kansas City, KS, October, 2004.



"Civil War versus Civil Rights: Race and the Contested Meanings of the Confederate Battle Flag in the American South," with Jonathan Leib, Conference on Race, Ethnicity and Place, Washington, D.C., September 2004.



"Barring the Cross: The Confederate Battle Emblem and Georgia's State Flags, 2001-2004," with Jonathan I. Leib, Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA, March, 2004.

"The Electoral Geography of Alabama's 2003 Vote on Tax Reform," with Roberta H. Webster, Political Geography Specialty Group Pre-AAG Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, March, 2004.



"Stars and Bars, Rebel Cross, or Denny's Placemat?: Race, Party, Iconography, and the Battle over Georgia's State Flags, 2001-2004," with Jonathan I. Leib, Political Specialty Group Pre-AAG Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, March, 2004.



"Black, White or Green?: The Confederate Battle Emblem and the 2001 Mississippi State Flag Referendum," with Jonathan I. Leib, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Charlotte, NC, November, 2003.



"A New 'Stars and Bars'?: The Confederate Battle Emblem and Mississippi's 2001 State Flag Referendum," with Jonathan I. Leib, Association of American Geographers, New Orleans, LA, March, 2003.



"Address Matching Voter Registration Data for Use in Redistricting," with Chad Landgraf, Political Geography Specialty Group Pre-AAG Conference, Wakulla Springs, FL, March, 2003.



"Statewide Public Voting on the Confederate Battle Emblem," with Jonathan I. Leib, Political Geography Speciality Group Pre-AAG Conference, Wakulla Springs, FL, March, 2003.



"Measuring 'District Core' Preservation in the Redistricting Process," with Chad Landgraf, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Richmond, VA, November, 2002.



"Assessing the Geographic Compactness of Representational Districts," Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA, March, 2002.



"'Six Flags Over Georgia': The Georgia Legislature, the Confederate Battle Emblem, and the New State Flag," with Jonathan Leib, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Lexington, KY, November, 2001.



"Geography, Social Justice and Districting," National Council for Geographic Education, Vancouver, British Columbia, August, 2001.



"Equal Protection and the Supreme Court's Decision in George W. Bush v. Albert Gore, Jr.," Association of American Geographers, New York, NY, March, 2001.



"Race, Religion, Hate and the Internet," Association of American Geographers, New York, NY, March, 2001.



"The Confederate Battle Flag Debate in the South," with Jonathan I. Leib, Working Group on Census 2000 and Redistricting, Mississippi Valley State University, Itta Bena, MS, January, 2001.

"Geographical Analysis in Districting Litigation: Promises and Pitfalls," Working Group on Census 2000 and Redistricting, Mississippi Valley State University, Itta Bena, MS, January, 2001.



"Rethinking the Role of Compactness in Redistricting," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Chapel Hill, NC, November, 2000.



"Political Geography, the Internet and Hate Groups: What Our Students Know and We Don't," National Council for Geographic Education, Chicago, IL, August, 2000.



"Decennial Population Change and Its Probable Impact Upon Reapportionment and Redistricting After the 2000 Census," "Securing the Democratic Promise - Race Studies, Policy Advocacy and the Empowerment Debate," The Law School, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC, June, 2000.



"Compactness as an Academic and Legal Districting Standard," "Securing the Democratic Promise - Race Studies, Policy Advocacy and the Empowerment Debate," The Law School, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC, June, 2000.



"The Implications of Population Change and Court Concepts of Compactness on Legislative Districting," Alabama Redistricting 2000 Workshop, First Annual Statewide Alabama Black Caucus Retreat and Training Conference, Birmingham, AL, April, 2000.

"Globalization and the Balkanization of States: The Myth of American Exceptionalism," with Timothy Kidd, Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA, April, 2000.



"The Supreme Court and Geographic Districting Criteria," Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA, April, 2000.



"Problems in the Application of the Compactness Criterion in Districting Litigation: Part II," Political Geography Specialty Group Pre-AAG Conference, Morgantown, WV, April, 2000.



"Geographic Compactness and Post-Shaw Defenses of Electoral Districts," Invited Presentation for the Voting Rights Project Conference of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law in association with the Program on Law and Government, American University, Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C., November, 1999.



"Place, Region and the American Judiciary in Historical Perspective," with Stanley D. Brunn and Fred M. Shelley, Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers, November, 1999.



"The Confederate Battle Flag Debate in Alabama," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Tampa, FL, November, 1999.



"Place and Region in American Legal Culture: State Origins of Landmark Supreme Court Cases," with Stanley Brunn and Fred Shelley, National Council for Geographic Education, Boston, MA, November, 1999.



"Problems in the Application of the Compactness Criterion in Districting Litigation (Part I)," Political Geography Specialty Group Pre-AAG Conference, Maui, HI, March, 1999.



"Regional Patterns in the Election of Women to Public Office in the United States," Association of American Geographers, Honolulu, HI, March, 1999.



"Geographical Patterns of Denominational Affiliation in Georgia," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Memphis, TN, November, 1998.



"The Impact of Place and Latino Ethnicity Upon Congressional Support for Free Trade Extensions in the Americas," with Chris Merrett, Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Baton Rouge, LA, October, 1998.



"Debating the Confederate Battle Flag in the South Carolina Legislature," with Jonathan Leib, Association of American Geographers, Boston, MA, March, 1998.



"Congressional Support for Free Trade: The Geopolitical Economy of Voting Behavior," with Chris Merrett, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Birmingham, AL, November, 1997.



"Religion and Politics in the American South," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Birmingham, AL, November, 1997.



"Playing a Game with Changing Rules: Geography, Politics and Redistricting in the 1990s," Invited presentation at National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis sponsored conference on "Geographic Information Systems and Political Districting: Social Groups, Representational Values and Electoral Boundaries," Buffalo, NY, October, 1997.



"Ideological Change in Congress: Race, Region and Redistricting, 1988-1996" National Council for Geographic Education, Orlando, FL, October, 1997.



"A New Tariff Map of the United States: Congress and the United States in a Global Economy," with Chris Merrett, Mid-Continent Regional Science Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, June, 1997.



"Section versus Sector: Regional and Economic Influences on Congressional Support for Free Trade," with Chris Merrett, Conference on Frontiers of Research in Political Geography, San Marcos, TX, April, 1997.



"Whose South is it Anyway? The Politics of Representation on the Southern United States Landscape," with Jonathan I. Leib and Roberta H. Webster, Association of American Geographers, Ft. Worth, TX, April, 1997.



"The Election of Women to Congress and State Legislatures in the South, 1920-1996," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Athens, GA, November, 1996.



"On Enlarging the Size of the House," prepared comments for Symposium on Redistricting in Theory and Practice After Shaw Versus Reno, Association of American Geographers, Charlotte, NC, April, 1996.



"Five Determinants of the 1996 Presidential Election," prepared comments for Panel Discussion on the 1996 Presidential Election, Association of American Geographers, Charlotte, NC, April, 1996.



"Ideological Polarization in Congress in the 1990s: Race, Region and Redistricting," Association of American Geographers, Charlotte, NC, April, 1996.



"Partisan Shifts in Presidential and Gubernatorial Elections in Alabama, 1932-1994" Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Knoxville, TN, November, 1995.



"Geography and American Governmental Structure," National Council for Geographic Education, San Antonio, TX, October, 1995.



"Process and Results of Legislative Redistricting in Alabama in the 1990s," Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL, March, 1995.



"Redistricting and Ideological Shifts in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1992-1993," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Virginia Beach, VA, November, 1994.



"The Power of an Icon," with Roberta H. Webster, National Council for Geographic Education, Lexington, KY, November, 1994.



"The Process and Results of Districting in Alabama in the 1990s," Invited presentation at Conference on Districts and Voting Equality," University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, NC, September, 1994.



"The United States Senate, the United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Confederate Flag," with Roberta H. Webster, Alabama Academy of Science, Troy, AL, March, 1994.



"Congressional Redistricting in the Southeast in the 1990s," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Greensboro, NC, November, 1993.



"The Alabama Black Belt: Decline of a Core Area," with Scott Samson, National Council for Geographic Education, Halifax, Nova Scotia, August, 1993.



"Gubernatorial Republicanism in Alabama: A Transition?," Association of American Geographers, Atlanta, GA, April, 1993.



"Geography of the Presidential Debates," with Cynthia Sutherland, Alabama Academy of Science, Huntsville, AL, March, 1993.



"Cuba in a Post-Cold War World," Department of Geography Speakers Series, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, November, 1992.



"Congressional Redistricting and Black Representation in Alabama in the 1990s," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Louisville, KY, November, 1992.



"Cuba: Moving Back to the Future with Tourism," National Council for Geographic Education, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, September, 1992.



"Alabama's Transition to the Republican Party in Presidential Elections: Did it Happen in 1948?" Association of American Geographers, San Diego, CA, April, 1992.



"The Geography of the Senate Vote in the Confirmation of Clarence Thomas," Alabama Academy of Science, Tuscaloosa, AL, April, 1992.



"Conversion of Agricultural Land in Madison County, Alabama, 1950-1987," with John Puckett, Alabama Academy of Science, Tuscaloosa, AL, April, 1992.



"Cuba Looks for a Way Out," Geography Awareness Week, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, December, 1991.



"Geographical Distribution and Impact of New Deal AAA Outlays to Alabama Counties," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Asheville, NC, November, 1991.



"The Cold War in the United Nations," with Mr. Mark Greer, Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, October, 1991.



"Latin American Support for the U.S. in the UN: A Longitudinal Test of the Foreign Aid Connection," Association of American Geographers, Miami, FL, April, 1991.



"The United States and Latin America: An Analysis of Foreign Aid and Voting in the UN General Assembly, 1966-1985," With Joseph Strength and Colby Allsbrook, Alabama Academy of Sciences, Jacksonville, AL, March, 1991.



"The United States, Middle America and the United Nations: The Distribution of American Foreign Aid and Voting Support in the General Assembly," National Council for Geographic Education, Williamsburg, VA, November, 1990.



"Middle American Support for the U.S. in the UN General Assembly: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Foreign Aid Connection," Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers, Auburn, AL, October, 1990.



"The Changing Geography of Federal Grants to State and Local Governments, FY81-FY88," Association of American Geographers, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, April, 1990.



"Federal Government's Balance of Payments with the States, FY76-FY87," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Charleston, WV, November, 1989.



"Congress and the Changing Distribution of Federal Outlays, FY8l-FY86," Association of American Geographers, Baltimore, MD, March, l989.



"Federal Taxes and Spending: Regional Fiscal Flows, FY76-FY87," Conference of Geography and Public Administration," International Geographical Union, Washington, D.C., March, 1989.



"Pre-Hurricane Gilbert Jamaican Landscapes," Geography Awareness Week Presentation, Sponsored by the University of Wyoming Geography and Recreation Club and GTU Chapter, Laramie, WY, November, 1988.



"Electoral Regions and Predictions About the 1988 Presidential Election," Sponsored by the University of Wyoming Political Science Club, Laramie, WY, November, 1988.



"The Spatial Redistribution of Federal Outlays to the States, FY81 -- FY85" Association of American Geographers, Phoenix, AR, March, 1988.



"Politicians, Elections and Changing Federal Spending in the States in Reagan's First Term: A Macro Level Search for Associations," Conference on Electoral Geography, IGU, Los Angeles, CA, March, 1988.



"World Maps - Viewpoints and Propaganda," Geography Awareness Week Presentation, Sponsored by the University of Wyoming Common Ministry, Laramie, WY, November, 1987.



"Partisanship in Presidential, Senatorial and Gubernatorial Elections in Ten Western States," Association of American Geographers, Portland, OR, March, 1987.



"The Interior West and Electoral Alignment in Presidential Elections," Association of American Geographers, Minneapolis, MN, March, 1986.



"An Intra-Regional Examination of Republican Party Electoral Strength in the Interior West," Mid-Continent Regional Science Association, Breckenridge, CO, 1986.



"Once Liberal, Now Conservative: Ethnicity and Voting in Miami, Florida," with Roberta Haven Webster, Association of American Geographers, Detroit, MI, March, 1985.



"The Spatial Reorganization of the Local State: Reforming Local Government Service Provision in Kentucky's Counties," Finalist in Nystrom Competition, Association of American Geographers, Detroit, MI, March, 1985.



"Winners and Losers in Reaganomics: Who Got What, Where?" with Stanley D. Brunn and David Lowery, Conference on the Allocative and Distributive Impacts of Reagan Administration Policies, Alexandria, VA, 1984.



"Socioeconomic Well-Being and Intergovernmental Revenue Transfers to Local Governments in Kentucky, 1960-1972," Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., March, 1984.



"Questions on Questions: A Critique of Textbook Guide Achievement Testing," with Justin C. Friberg, National Council for Geographic Education, Toronto, Canada, 1984.



"The Geography of 'Wagner's Law' at the Local Government Level in Kentucky," Association of American Geographers, Denver, CO, March, 1983.



"The Geography of Local Government Debt in Kentucky," Kentucky Academy of Science, Louisville, KY, 1983.



"Testing the Geography of 'Wagner's Law' at the Local Government Level: Constant and Current Dollar Comparisons," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Orlando, FL, November, 1983.



"Testing Testing: Improving the Quality of Multiple-Choice Examinations," East Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers, Cincinnati, OH, 1983.



"A Computer Derived County Consolidation Plan for the State of Kentucky," Association of American Geographers, San Antonio, TX, March, 1982.



"Geographic Dimensions of Local Government Finance in Kentucky, 1957-1977," Kentucky Academy of Science, Ashland, KY, 1982.



"The Spatial Reorganization of County Boundaries in Kentucky," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Memphis, TN, November, 1982 (winner of award for best paper and presentation by a Ph.D. student).



"County Consolidation in Kentucky: An Historical Perspective," Kentucky Academy of Science, Murray, KY, 1981.



"Exchange Rates and Canadian Cross-Border Movements to Whatcom County, Washington," Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Atlanta, GA, November, 1981.





GUEST LECTURES/INVITED COLLOQUIA



"Voting in Alabama: Race, Religion, Place and the Culture Wars," WyGISC Colloquium Series, 4/09.



"The Geography of the 2008 Election," GEOG 4520, Geography of the U.S. and Canada, 11/08.



"Geography, Regions and the "Americas," Wyoming Geographic Alliance Summer Workshop, 6/08.



"Sports, Community, Nationalism and the International State System," GTU Initiation Banquet Address, University of Wyoming Chapter, 4/08.



"Contesting the Meaning and History of the Confederate Flag(s)," Department of History Research Colloquium, Collective Memory Session, University of Wyoming, 4/08.



"Women, the Voting Franchise and Electoral Politics," Women's Studies 3500, Gender and Society, University of Wyoming, 3/08.



"Making the Transition from Undergraduate to Graduate Studies," Geography Program, Western Washington University, 9/07.



"Berlin, the Wall and German Reunification," Geography of Europe class, University of Alabama, 4/06.



"Cuba, Tourism, Sugar and U.S. Foreign Policy, PLAHS Seminar on "Cuba and Mexico," University of Alabama, 4/05.



"Geography, Diplomacy, Power and the War in Iraq," Department of Geology and Geography, Auburn University, 11/03.



"Geography, Power and Redistricting," Department of Geology and Geography, Georgia Southern University, 10/02.



"Cuba and the Redevelopment of its Tourist Economy," Guest Lecture for "Geography and Tourism" class, University of Alabama, 10/02.



"Where's the South?," Alabama Geographic Alliance Teachers' Workshop, 7/01.



"Geography and Political Structure," Alabama Geographic Alliance Teachers' Workshop, 7/01.



"Geography and Redistricting," Alabama Geographic Alliance Teachers' Workshop, 7/01.



"Directions and Maps," Mrs. Spencer's cluster (2nd and 3rd Grade), Capitol School, 5/01.



"Cuba, American Foreign Policy and the Redevelopment of the Cuban Tourist Industry," Guest Lecture for Geography and Tourism class, University of Alabama, 3/01.



"The 2000 Census and Redistricting Cycle: What Local Government Officials Face," Guest Lecture to the Member Governments of West Alabama Regional Planning and Development Council, 2/01.



"Political Geography of the South," Guest Lecture for the Historical Geography of the South class, University of Alabama, 12/00.



"Results of the 2000 Elections," Guest Lecture for the Geography of North America class, University of Alabama, 11/00.



"Geographical Perspectives on the 2000 Elections," Colloquium, Georgia State University, 10/00.



"Where's the South?," Content Lecture for Alabama Geographic Alliance Teachers' Workshop, University of Alabama, 7/00.



"The Geographic Subdivision of Political Space," Content Lecture for Alabama Geographic Alliance Teachers' Workshop, University of Alabama, 7/00.



"Redistricting, Reapportionment and Minority Rights in the South," Content Lecture for Alabama Geographic Alliance Teachers' Workshop, University of Alabama, 7/00.



"The Origins, Preservation and Measurement of Residential Segregation," Geography 358, Urban Geography, University of Alabama, 4/00.



"Voting Rights and Districting," K-12 Teachers' Workshop, Alabama Geographic Alliance, 7/99.



"Where's the South?," K-12 Teachers' Workshop, Alabama Geographic Alliance, 7/99.



"Cuba, U.S. Foreign Policy, and the Redevelopment of the Cuban Tourist Industry," three 75 minutes lectures, Geography and Tourism Class, University of Alabama, 3/99.



"Political Geography," Mississippi Geographic Alliance Teachers' Workshop, Starkville, Mississippi, 6/98.



"Residential Segregation: Its Development, Maintenance and Measurement," Urban Geography Class, University of Alabama, 4/98.



"Minority Rights, Redistricting, and the Impact of Recent Court Decisions," Mortar Board Conference on Social Studies Issues for Alabama Teachers, 3/97.



"The Redevelopment of the Cuban Tourist Industry in the 1990s," Economic Geography and Tourism Class, University of Alabama, 3/97.



"The Geography of the 1996 Elections," Alabama Geographical Society, 11/96.



"Social/Demographic Dimensions of the Alabama Black Belt," Soils Class, Dept. of Geography, University of Alabama, 5/96, Joint class on Environmental Racism, 10/97.



"The Five Themes and the Alabama Black Belt," Summer Teachers Workshop, Dept. of Geography, University of Alabama, 6/95.



"Kuwait and Syria," lectures at Samford University, 11/94, 5/95, 11/95, 5/96, and Shelton State Community College, 11/94.



"Kuwait after the War," lectures for the University of Alabama International Student Association 12/94, Mortar Board Conference on Social Studies Issues for Alabama Teachers 2/95, University of Alabama World Regional Class, 3/98.



"Redistricting in the 1990s," Mortar Board Conference on Social Studies Issues for Alabama Teachers, 2/95.



"U.S. - Cuba Relations: Past, Present and Future," University of Alabama, Latin American Studies Program, 4/95.



PAPERS, CHAPTERS AND BOOKS CURRENTLY IN PROGRESS OR REVIEW



McGowin, Daniel and Webster, Gerald R. (2011), "The Geography of Religious Freedom," in Stanley D. Brunn, Ed., Landscapes of Religion.

Leib, Jonathan I. and Webster, Gerald R. (2009), "Black, White or Green?: The Confederate Battle Emblem and the 2001 Mississippi State Flag Referendum," under review by Southeastern Geographer.



PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS



Brunn, Stanley D., Webster, Gerald R. and Archer, J. Clark. (2011). "The Bible Belt: Shrinking, Relocating and Multiple Buckles," Southeastern Geographer, 51(4): 513-549.



Webster, Gerald R. (2011). "'Guard Your Revolution': Comments on the Arab Spring Essays," Arab World Geographer, 14(2): 53-58.



Webster, Gerald R. (2011), "American Nationalism and the Invasion of Iraq," Geographical Review, 101(1): 1-18.



Webster, Gerald R. and Quinton, Nicholas (2010), "The Electoral Geographies of Two Segregationist (Jim Crow) Referenda," Political Geography, 29(7): 14-24.



Webster, Gerald R., Chapman, Thomas, and Leib, Jonathan I. (2010), "Sustaining the 'Societal and Scriptural Fence": Cultural, Social and Political Topographies of Same Sex Marriage in Alabama," The Professional Geographer, 62(2): 211-229.



Webster, Gerald R. and Bowman, Jerrod, (2008), "Quantitatively Defining the Black Belt Geographic Region," Southeastern Geographer, 48: 3-18.



Chapman, Thomas; Leib, Jonathan, and Webster, Gerald R. (2007), "Race, the Creative Class, and Political Geographies of Same Sex Marriage in Georgia," Southeastern Geographer, 47: 27-54.



Webster, Gerald R.; Bowman, Jerrod; McGowin, Daniel and Robinson, Heath (2007), "Research on the Political Geography of the South, 1980-2005," Southeastern Geographer, 47: 1-12.

Webster, Gerald R. (2007), "Voting Rights and Social Justice in the South," Southeastern Geographer, 47: 107-110.

Leib, Jonathan and Webster, Gerald R. (2006), "District Composition and State Legislative Votes on the Confederate Battle Emblem," Journal of Race and Policy, 2: 53-75.



Webster, Gerald R. and Webster, Roberta H. (2004), "Taxing Issues: Geography, Politics and the 2003 Tax Reform Referendum in Alabama," Southeastern Geographer, Vol. 44(2): 190-215.



Webster, Gerald R. (2004), "Representation, Geographic Districting and Social Justice," Journal of Geography, Vol. 103(2): 111-126 (Includes "Classroom Exercise: Social Justice and Districting the County Commission in Miranda County," pp. 121-126).



Webster, Gerald R. (2003), "Comments on the War in Iraq Essays," Invited Commentary, Arab World Geographer, Vol. 6(1): 49-53



Webster, Gerald R., and Leib, Jonathan I. (2002), "Political Culture, Religion and the Confederate Battle Flag Debate in Alabama," Journal of Cultural Geography, Vol. 20(1): 1-26.



Webster, Gerald R. (2002), "Introduction to Forum: The 2000 Presidential Election and the Florida Debacle in Geographic Context," Political Geography, Vol. 21(1): 67-70.



Webster, Gerald R. (2002), "The Presidential Election and the Bush v. Gore Supreme Court Decision," Political Geography, Vol. 21(1): 99-104.



Webster, Gerald R. and Kidd, Timothy (2002), "Globalization and the Balkanization of States: The Myth of American Exceptionalism," Journal of Geography, Vol. 101(2): 73-80.



Webster, Gerald R., and Leib, Jonathan I. (2001), "Whose South is it Anyway?: Debating the Confederate Battle Flag in South Carolina," Political Geography, Vol. 20: 271-299.



Leib, Jonathan I., Webster, Gerald R., and Webster, Roberta H. (2000), "Rebel With a Cause? Iconography and Public Memory in the Southern United States," GeoJournal, Vol. 52: 303-310.



Webster, Gerald R. (2000), "Changing Geographical Patterns of Religious Denomination Affiliation in Georgia, 1970-1990: Population Change and Growing Urban Diversity," Southeastern Geographer, Vol. 40 (1): 25-51.



Brunn, Stanley D.; Shelley, Fred M; Webster, Gerald R., and Ahmed, Wael M. (2000), "Place and Region in American Legal Culture: State Origins of Landmark Supreme Court Cases," Historical Geography, Vol. 28: 127-148.



Webster, Gerald R. (2000), "The Census, Constitution, Reapportionment and Redistricting," Journal of Geography, Vol. 99 (2): 71-75.



Webster, Gerald R. (2000), "Women, Politics, Elections and Citizenship," Journal of Geography, Vol. 99(1): 1-10.



Webster, Gerald R. (2000), "Playing a Game With Changing Rules: Geography, Politics and Redistricting in the 1990s," Political Geography, Vol. 19(2): 141-161.



Webster, Gerald R. (1998), "Teaching and Researching the South," Introduction to special issue on the American South, Journal of Geography, Vol. 97(4/5): 139-141.



Shelley, Fred M. and Webster, Gerald R. (1998), "Population, Settlement, Race and Ethnicity in the South," Journal of Geography, Vol. 97(4/5): 163-175.



Webster, Gerald R., and Merrett, Christopher D. (1998), "The Impact of Place and Ethnicity Upon Congressional Support for Free Trade Extensions into the Americas," Southwestern Geographer, Vol. 2: 40-56.



O'Reilly, Kathleen, and Webster, Gerald R. (1998), "The Electoral Geography of Anti-Gay Rights Referenda in Oregon," Professional Geographer, Vol. 50(4): 498-515.



Webster, Gerald R. (1998), "A Note on Ideological Change in Congress: Party, Race, Region and Redistricting," Southeastern Geographer, Vol. 38(1): 79-87.



Leib, Jonathan I., and Webster, Gerald R. (1998), "On Enlarging the U.S. House of Representatives," Political Geography, Vol. 17(3): 319-329.

Webster, Gerald R. (1997), "Religion and Politics in the American South," Pennsylvania Geographer, special issue on geography and religion, Vol. 35(2): 151-172.



Ingalls, Gerald; Webster Gerald R., and Leib, Jonathan I. (1997), "Fifty Years of Political Change in the South: Electing African Americans and Women to Public Office," Southeastern Geographer, Golden Anniversary Issue, Vol. 37(2): 140-161.



George, Robert C. and Webster, Gerald R. (1997), "'Heart of Dixie' on the Alabama License Tag: Where Did It Come From and Does It Represent the Past, the Future or Both?," International Social Science Review, Vol. 72 (1/2): 33-49.



Webster, Gerald R. (1997), "Geography and the Decennial Task of Redistricting," Journal of Geography, Vol. 96(2): 61-68.



Webster, Gerald R. (1997), "The Potential Impact of Recent Supreme Court Decisions on the Use of Race and Ethnicity in the Redistricting Process," Cities, Vol. 14(1): 13-19.



Webster, Gerald R. (1996), "Partisan Shifts in Presidential and Gubernatorial Elections in Alabama, 1932-1994," Professional Geographer, Vol. 48(4): 379-391.

Webster, Gerald R. (1995), "Congressional Redistricting in the Southeast in 1990s," Southeastern Geographer, Vol. 35(1): 1-21.



Sutherland, Cynthia L., and Webster, Gerald R. (1994), "The Geography of the 1992 Presidential Debates," Geographical Bulletin, Vol. 36(2): 83-93.



Webster, Gerald R., and Webster, Roberta H. (1994), "The Power of an Icon," Geographical Review, Vol. 84(2): 131-143.



Webster, Gerald R. (1993), "Redistricting and Ideological Shifts in Congress, 1992-1993," Southern Studies, Vol. 3(1): 99-112.



Webster, Gerald R. (1993), "Congressional Redistricting and African-American Representation in the 1990s: An Example from Alabama," Political Geography, Vol. 12(1): 549-564.



Webster, Gerald R. (1992), "A Time-Series Analysis of Political Support, Strategic Location and the Geography of U.S. Foreign Aid to Latin America and the Caribbean, 1966-1987," Geografiska Annaler, Series B, 74(2): 125-132.



Webster, Gerald R., and Samson, Scott (1992), "On Defining the Alabama Black Belt: Historical Changes and Variations," Southeastern Geographer, 32(2): 179-188.



Webster, Gerald R. (1992), "Geography of a Senate Confirmation Vote," Geographical Review, 82(2): 154-165.



Webster, Gerald R. (1992), "Cuba: Moving Back to the Future With Tourism," Journal of Geography, Vol. 9(5): 226-233.



Webster, Gerald R. (1992), "The Demise of the Solid South," Geographical Review, 82(1): 43-55.



Webster, Gerald R. (1991), "Support for the United States in the U.N. on Cold War Issues and the Distribution of Foreign Aid to Central American and Caribbean Countries," Geographical Bulletin, Vol. 33(2): 87-97.



Webster, Gerald R. (1991), "Congress and the Changing Distribution of Federal Outlays, FY81-FY86," Professional Geographer, Vol. 43(1): 49-60.



Webster, Gerald R. (1989), "Partisanship in American Presidential, Senatorial and Gubernatorial Elections in Ten Western States." Political Geography Quarterly, Vol. 8(2): 161-179.



Lowery, David; Brunn, Stanley D. and Webster, Gerald R. (l988), "The Spatial Impact of Reaganomics: A Test of Six Models," Growth and Change, Vol. l9(4): 49-67.



Webster, Gerald R. (1988), "Presidential Voting in the West." Social Science Journal, Vol. 25(2): 211-232.



Webster, Gerald R. (1987), "Size of Place and Voting in Presidential Elections in the Interior West," Geographical Perspectives, No. 59 (Spring): 78-92.



Webster, Gerald R., (1987), "Factors in the Growth of Republican Voting in the Miami SMSA," Southeastern Geographer, Vol. 27(1): 1-17.



Brunn, Stanley D.; Lowery, David and Webster, Gerald R. (1987), "Regional Winners and Losers in the Reagan Budget Cuts: Who Got What Where," Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, Vol. 5(2): 183-195.



Webster, Gerald R., and Webster, Roberta Haven (1987), "Ethnicity and Voting in the Miami-Dade County SMSA," Urban Geography, Vol. 8(1): 19-30.



Webster, Gerald R., and Webster, Roberta Haven (1986), "A Note on Ethnic Bloc Voting in the Miami-Dade County SMSA," Florida Geographer, Vol. 20: 37-42.



Lowery, David; Brunn, Stanley, D., and Webster, Gerald R. (1986), "From Stable Disparity to Dynamic Equity: The Spatial Distribution of Federal Expenditures, 1971-1983," Social Science Quarterly, Vol 67(1): 98-107.



Webster, Gerald R. (1985), "Socioeconomic Well-Being and Intergovernmental Revenue Transfers to Local Governments in Kentucky, 1960-1972," Virginia Geographer, Vol. 16 (Fall-Winter): 19-36.



Webster, Gerald R. (1984), "The Spatial Reorganization of County Boundaries in Kentucky," Southeastern Geographer, Vol. 24(1): 14-29.



Webster, Gerald R. (1982), "Exchange Rates and Movement Across an International Border: Canadians in Whatcom County, Washington," Bulletin of the Association of North Dakota Geographers, Vol. 32: 1-13.



EDITING, BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS



Webster, Gerald R. and Leib, Jonathan I. (2012), "Race, Religion and the Southern Debate Over the Confederate Battle Flag," in Nancy Wadsworth and Robin Jacobson, editors, Faith and Race in American Political Life, pp, 103-124. University of Virginia Press.



Quinton, Nicholas and Webster, Gerald R. (2011). "Electoral Alignments and Place-Based Cleavages in Statewide Referenda in Alabama," in Revitalizing Electoral Geography, Editors Barney Warf and Jonathan Leib, pp. 195-218. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate,



Brunn, S.D., Webster, G.R., Morrill, R,L,, Shelley, F., Lavin, S. and Archer, J.C., Eds. (2011), Atlas of the 2008 Elections, Rowman and Littlefield. Authored segments on "Estimated Media Advertising Outlays," "Campaign Stops," "Newspaper Endorsements," "Bible Belt," and "Congressional Ratings."



Webster, Gerald R. and Leib, Jonathan I. (2011), "Living on the Grid: The U.S. Rectangular Public Land Survey System and the Engineering of the American Landscape," in S.D. Brunn, Editor, Earth Engineering, pp. 2123-2138. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.



Webster, Gerald R. and Leib, Jonathan I. (2008), "The Confederate Battle Flag and the Neo-Confederate Movement in the South," in Neo-Confederacy: A Critical Introduction, Edited by Euan Hague, Heidi Beirich and Edward Sebesta, 169-201. University of Texas Press.



Leib, Jonathan and Webster, Gerald (2008), "Electoral Districts," International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, pp. 399-404. Edited by R. Kitchin and N. Thrift, London: Elsevier, .



Pomeroy, George and Webster, Gerald R., editors (2008), Global Perspectives on Urbanization, New York: University Press of America.



Leib, Jonathan and Webster, Gerald R. (2007). "Rebel With(out) a Cause?: The Contested Meanings of the Confederate Battle Flag in the American South." In Thomas Hylland Eriksen and Richard Jenkins, eds., Flag, Nation and Symbolism in Europe and America. London: Routledge. pp. 31-52.

Guest Editor, Southeastern Geographer, special issue on the "Political Geography of the South," Vo. 47(1), May 2007.



Webster, Gerald R. (2006), "Sports, Community, Nationalism and the International State System," in The Geography-Sports Connection: Using Sports to Teach Geography, pp. 33-46. Edited by Lisa DeChano and Fred Shelley, Pathways Series No. 33, Jacksonville, AL: National Council for Geographic Education.



Webster, Gerald R. (2006), "Political Geography," in Encyclopedia of Human Geography, pp. 362-366. Edited by Barney Warf, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.



Leib, Jonathan I., and Webster, Gerald R. (2004), "Banner Headlines: The Fight Over the Confederate Flags in the American South," in WorldMinds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems, pp. 61-66. Edited by Donald G. Janelle, Barney Warf, and Kathy Hanson, Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.



Webster, Gerald R. (2004), "Evaluating the Geographical Compactness of Representational Districts," in WorldMinds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems, pp. 43-47. Edited by Donald G. Janelle, Barney Warf, and Kathy Hanson, Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.



Webster, Gerald R. (2004), "If At First You Don't Secede, Try, Try Again: Secession, Hate, and the League of the South," in Spaces of Hate: Geographies of Discrimination and Intolerance in the U.S.A., Edited by Colin Flint, pp. 137-164, New York: Routledge.



Webster, Gerald R. (2002), "Rethinking the Role of Compactness in Redistricting," in Alex Willingham, Editor, Beyond the Color Line? Race and Community in the New Century, pp. 117-134. New York: Brennan Center, New York University School of Law.



Leib, Jonathan I. and Webster, Gerald R. (2002), "The Confederate Battle Flag Debate in the South," in Alex Willingham, Editor, Beyond the Color Line? Race and Community in the New Century, pp. 221-244. New York: Brennan Center, New York University School of Law.



Guest Editor (2002), Forum Section on "The 2000 Presidential Election and the Florida Debacle in Geographic Context," Political Geography, Vol. 21(1):67-104.



Co-Guest Editor with Stanley D. Brunn (2000) for special issue of the Southeastern Geographer on "Religion in a Changing South," Vol. 40(1).



Guest Editor, 1998. Journal of Geography, special issue on "Teaching and Researching the American South," Vol. 97(4/5).



Editor, Newsletter of the Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, 1997-1998.



Webster, Gerald R. (1998), "Political Space in the United States," pp. 49-57, in Davidson, Fiona M.; Leib, Jonathan I.; Shelley, Fred M. and Webster, Gerald R., eds. Teaching Political Geography, National Council for Geographic Education, Title No. 19, Pathways Series.



Davidson, Fiona M.; Leib, Jonathan I.; Shelley, Fred M; and Webster, Gerald R. (1998), "Teaching Political Geography," pp. 1-8, in Davidson, Fiona M.; Leib, Jonathan I.; Shelley, Fred M. and Webster, Gerald R., eds., Teaching Political Geography, National Council for Geography Education, Title No. 19, Pathways Series.

Davidson, Fiona M.; Leib, Jonathan I.; Shelley, Fred M. and Webster, Gerald R., eds. (1998) Teaching Political Geography, National Council for Geographic Education, Title No. 19, Pathways Series, 135 pp.



Guest Editor, Southeastern Geographer, special issue on the "Political Geography of the South," Vol. 35(1), 1995.



Editor, Political Geography Specialty Group Newsletter, 1994-95.

PUBLICATIONS IN NON-REFEREED OUTLETS



Webster, Gerald R. and Garcia, Antoni Luna. 2010. "National Identity: Case Study: How is Nationalism Symbolized : Focus Europe," Association of American Geographers Center for Global Geography Education, http://globalgeography.aag.org/main.html.



Webster, Gerald R. (2007), "From the President," Column in the SEDAAG Newsletter, Vol. 26(2): 1-2.



Webster, Gerald R. (2007), "From the President," Column in the SEDAAG Newsletter, Vol. 26(1): 1-3.



Webster, Gerald R. (2006), "From the President," Column in the SEDAAG Newsletter, Vol. 25(2): 1-3



Webster, Gerald R. (2006), "From the President," Column in the SEDAAG Newsletter, Vol. 25(1): 1-2.



Webster, Gerald R. (2001). "Geography Undergoes Another Renaissance," Anniston Star, 29 July (http://ww2.annistonstar.com/opinion/2001/as-insight-0729-0-1g27t5918.htm).



Webster, Gerald R. (2001). "Redistricting," Anniston Star, 27 May (http://www.annistonstar.com/opinion/opinion_20010527_1963.html).



Webster, Gerald R., and Webster, Roberta H. (1996), Instructor's Manual to accompany Harm J. de Blij and Peter O. Muller, Physical Geography of the Global Environment (second edition), 346 pp.



Webster, Gerald R. (1994), "Comment on the Status of Redistricting in Light of Recent Court Decisions," Political Geography Specialty Group Newsletter, Vol. 14(2): 5-6.



Webster, Gerald R. (1994), "Comment on NAFTA," Political Geography Specialty Group Newsletter, Vol. 14(1): 3-4.



Webster, Gerald R., and Webster, Roberta H. (1993), Correspondence Study Course, GY 103, Introduction to Geography. College of Continuing Education, University of Alabama, 46 pp.



Webster, Gerald R., and Webster, Roberta Haven (1993), Instructor's Manual to accompany Harm J. de Blij and Peter O. Muller, Physical Geography of the Global Environment, 225 pp.



Webster, Gerald R., and Webster, Roberta Haven (1991), Instructor's Manual to accompany Harm J. de Blij and Peter O. Muller. Geography: Regions and Concepts, sixth edition, 115 pp.



Webster, Gerald R. (1990), "Wyoming," in Macropaedia Volume (29) of Encyclopedia Britannica, pp. 428-431.



Webster, Gerald R. (1989), Correspondence Study Course Student Manual for Geography 303, Introduction to World Regional Geography, Correspondence Study Department, University of Wyoming, pp. 125.



Webster, Gerald R., and Webster, Roberta Haven (1988), Instructor's Manual to accompany Harm J. de Blij, The Earth: A Physical and Human Geography, third edition, 106 pp.



Webster, Gerald R., and Webster, Roberta Haven (1988), Instructor's Manual to accompany Harm J. de Blij and Peter O. Muller, Geography: Regions and Concepts, fifth edition, 129 pp.



Webster, Gerald R. (1983), "The Geography of Local Government Debt in Kentucky," Proceedings, Kentucky Academy of Science, Geography Section, Vol. 9: 150-167.



Webster, Gerald R. (1983), "The Geography of 'Wagner's Law' at the Local Government Level in Kentucky: Constant Versus Current Dollar Models," Working Papers in Public Administration, No. PA 30-1983, James W. Martin Graduate Center for Public Administration, The Graduate School, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 40506-0205.



Webster, Gerald R. (1982), "Geographic Dimensions of Local Government Finance in Kentucky, 1957-1977," Proceedings, Kentucky Academy of Science, Geography Section, Vol. 8: 55-72.



Webster, Gerald R. (1981), "County Consolidation in Kentucky: An Historical Perspective," Proceedings, Kentucky Academy of Science, Geography Section, Vol. 7: 92-103.





BOOK REVIEWS

Webster, Gerald R. (2008), book review of Putting Voters in their Place: Geography and Elections in Great Britain, Ron Johnston and Charles Pattie, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 98: 951-52.



Webster, Gerald R. (2002), book review of Geopolitics and Globalization in the Twentieth Century, Brian W. Blouet, Professional Geographer, Vol. 54(3): 459-461.



Webster, Gerald R. (2001), book review of Political Geography: A New Introduction, Richard Muir, Journal of Geography, Vol. 100(4): 181-182.



Webster, Gerald R. (2001), book review of The Southern Black Belt: A National Perspective, Ronald C. Wimberley and Libby V. Morris, Journal of Geography, Vol. 100(4): 183.



Webster, Gerald R. (1999), book review of The Global Crisis in Foreign Aid, Richard Grant and Jan Nijman eds. Professional Geographer, Vol. 51(3): 473-474.



Webster, Gerald R. (1997), book review of Political Power in Alabama, Anne Permaloff and Carl Grafton, Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 78(4): 1031-1033.



Webster, Gerald R. (1996), book review of The Tyranny of the Majority: Fundamental Fairness in Representative Democracy, Lani Guinier, Political Geography, Vol. 15(1): 124-126.



Webster, Gerald R. (1996), book review of The American Mosaic: The Impact of Space, Time, and Culture on American Politics, Daniel J. Elazar. Geographical Review, Vol. 86(1): 120-121.



Webster, Gerald R. (1995), book review of Quiet Revolution in the South: The Impact of the Voting Rights Act, 1965-1990, Chandler Davidson and Bernard Grofman, editors, Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 76 (2): 474-475.



Webster, Gerald R. (1992), book review of Elections in Chile: The Road Toward Democratization, 1991, Cesar N. Caviedes, Professional Geographer, 44(4): 477-478.



Webster, Gerald R. (1991), book review of Geography and Political Power: The Geography of Nations and States, 1990, Peter M. Slowe, Geographical Review, Vol. 81(2): 245-247.



Webster, Gerald R. (1988), book review of Electoral Laws and Their Political Consequences, 1986, Bernard Grofman and Arend Lijphart, editors, Political Geography Quarterly, Vol. 7(1): 93-94.



Webster, Gerald R. (1987), book review of Cities of the Prairie Revisited: The Closing of the Metropolitan Frontier, 1986, Daniel J. Elazar, Urban Geography, Vol. 8(6): 609-610.



Webster, Gerald R. (1987), book review of American Electoral Mosaics, 1986, J. Clark Archer and Fred M. Shelley, Professional Geographer, Vol. 39(4): 488-489.



Webster, Gerald R. (1987), book review of Progress in Political Geography, 1985, Michael Pacione, editor, Professional Geographer, Vol. 39(1): 119.



AWARDS



Selected to provide the 2011 Political Geography Plenary Lecture, Association of American Geographers, New York, NY, February 2012.



Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Savannah, GA, November 2011.



Best Southeastern Geographer Article in 2007, for Thomas Chapman, Jonathan Leib, and Gerald R. Webster, (2007), "Race, the Creative Class, and Political Geographies of Same Sex Marriage in Georgia," Southeastern Geographer, 47: 27-54.



Outstanding Service Award, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Charleston, SC, November 2007.



Richard Morrill Public Outreach Award, Political Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA, April 2007.



Outstanding Alumni Award for 2006, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, November 2006.



Richard Morrill Public Outreach Award, Political Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA, March 2004.



Distinguished Teaching Award, National Council for Geographic Education, Vancouver, British Columbia, August, 2001.



Research Honors Award 2000, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, November, 2000.



Received a Joseph J. Malone Fellowship in Arab and Islamic Studies by the National Council on US-Arab Relations. Supported a three week study program in Kuwait and Syria, March 15-April 3, 1994.



Awarded Research Semester (no teaching obligations), College of Arts and Sciences, University of Wyoming, Fall semester, 1987.



Finalist in Warren Nystrom Award Competition, annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Detroit, Michigan, April, 1985.



Award for best paper written and presented by a Ph.D. student, Student Honors Competition, annual meeting of the Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Memphis, Tennessee, November, 1982.



CONSULTING, CONTRACTS AND GRANTS



Consultant/Expert Witness, Joint Committee on Redistricting, Mississippi State Legislature, 2011.



Consultant/expert witness in case pertaining to Illinois congressional districts, Radogno v Illinois Board of Elections, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, 2011.



Consultant/expert witness in case pertaining to Illinois legislative districts Committee for a Fair and Balanced Map v. Illinois Board of Elections, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, 2011.



Consultant, Virginia Attorney Generals Office on Redistricting Issues, 2011.



National Geographic Education Foundation Grant, Wyoming Geographic Alliances, Co-PI, $49,000, 2011-12.



National Geographic Education Foundation Grant, Wyoming Geographic Alliance, Co-PI, $52,000, 2010-11.



National Geographic Education Foundation Grant, Wyoming Geographic Alliance, Co-PI, $53,000, 2009-10.



National Geographic Education Foundation Grant, Wyoming Geographic Alliance, Co-PI, $55,152, 2008-09.



Consultant/Expert Witness for NAACP Legal and Educational Defense Fund in Thompson v. HUD, in case involving public housing in Baltimore, 2005-06.



Consultant/Expert Witness for State of Mississippi in Craig Ducksworth, et al. v. State of Mississippi, et al., in case pertaining to state senate districts, 2004-06.



Consultant/Expert Witness for NAACP Legal and Educational Defense Fund in case pertaining to Montgomery County, North Carolina County Commission Districts, 2002.



Consultant/Expert Witness for Plaintiffs in Martinez v. Bush (Ca. No. 02-20244-CIV-JORDAN), S.D. Fla., 2001-02.



Consultant/Expert Witness for Plaintiffs in Diamond v. Town of Manalapan (Case No: 02-80065-CIV-Seitz), 2002.



Consultant/Expert Witness to Speaker, Illinois House of Representatives in lawsuit pertaining to Illinois House and Senate Districts (Cole-Randazzo v. Ryan, No. 92443, 198 Ill. 2d 233, 762 N.E. 2d 485 (Nov. 28, 2001), and Beaubien v. Ryan No. 92701, 198 Ill. 2d 294, 762 N.E. 2d 501 (Dec. 27, 2001).



Consultant to Mississippi State Legislature for congressional redistricting, 2001-02.



Consultant/Expert Witness for Impac2000 in lawsuit pertaining to Texas congressional districts (Alicia del Rio v. Perry, Case No. GN 003665, Travis County, Texas), 2001.



Consultant to the City of Montgomery, Alabama for redrawing of city's council districts, 2001.



Consultant/Expert Witness for Attorney General's Office, State of Virginia in lawsuit pertaining to Virginia House and Senate Districts (Douglas MacAarthur West v. Gilmore, Civil Action No. CH01-84, Circuit Court of Salem, Virginia), 2001.



Consultant/Expert Witness for Alabama Democratic Conference/State of Alabama on lawsuit pertaining to Alabama House and Senate Districts (Thompson v. Smith, CA No.97-A-715-E (M.D. Ala.)), 1999-2000.



Consultant/Expert Witness for NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund on lawsuit pertaining to Louisiana state house districts (Maxwell v. Foster, CA No. CV 98-1378 M), 1999.



Consultant/Expert Witness for State of North Carolina on lawsuit pertaining to North Carolina legislative districts (Daly v. Leak, No. 5:97-CV-750-BO), 1998.



Consultant/Expert Witness for State of North Carolina and NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund on lawsuit pertaining to North Carolina congressional districts (Cromartie v. Hunt, CA No. 04-CV-104-H2), 1997-99.



Consultant/Expert Witness for Alabama Democratic Conference/State of Alabama on lawsuit pertaining to Alabama House and Senate Districts (Sinkfield v. Bennett, CN 93-689-PR) 1997-1998.



Consultant/Expert Witness for ACLU/NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund on lawsuit pertaining to City Council Districts in Cocoa, Florida (Stovall v. City of Cocoa, CN 93-257-CIV-ORL-18), 1997-99.



Consultant/Expert Witness for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund on lawsuit pertaining to County Commission districting in Baldwin County, Alabama 1997 (Dillard v. Baldwin County Commission, CV No. 87-T-1159-N), 1997.



Consultant/Expert Witness for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund on lawsuit pertaining to school board election districts in Durham, North Carolina, (Cannon v. Durham County Board of Education, No. 5:96-CV-115-BR), 1996-97.



Consultant/Expert Witness for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund on lawsuit pertaining to city council election districts in Greensboro, Alabama, (Dillard v. City of Greensboro, CV 87-T-1223-N) 1996-97.

Consultant for NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund for work on "Residential Segregation in Tuscaloosa, Alabama," 1994-95.



Recipient of General Research Grant, Research Grants Committee, University of Alabama. Project on The Spatial Distribution and Impacts of New Deal Aid. Summer 1991. $6,000.

Recipient of General Research Grant from Association of American Geographers. Project on "Past Present and Probable Future Regional Voting Blocs in the General Assembly of the United Nations." Spring 1991. $394.50.



Recipient of Basic Research Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Wyoming. For "Wyoming in Maps Project." 1988-89. $2,000.



Recipient of Faculty Growth Award, UW Alumni Association, University of Wyoming. For travel to annual meeting of Association of American Geographers, Baltimore, Maryland, 1989. $362.14.



Recipient of Summer Faculty Development Award, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Wyoming. Research Project on The Geography of Federal Outlays and Tax Burdens by State, 1969-1986. Summer 1988. $500.



Recipient of Basic Research Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Wyoming. Research Project on The Geography of Federal Outlays and Tax Burdens by State, 1969-1986. 1987-88. $2,000.



Recipient of Basic Research Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Wyoming. Research Project on Socioeconomic Well-Being and Intergovernmental Revenue Transfers to Local Governments in Wyoming and the United States. 1986-87. $2,000.



Recipient of Faculty Growth Award, U.W. Alumni Association, University of Wyoming. Research Project on Electoral Partisanship in Presidential, Senatorial and Gubernatorial Elections in the Interior West. 1986-87. $185.



Selected participant in first annual Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching and Advising, University of Wyoming, April 19-23, 1986, $900 Stipend.



Grant from Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Wyoming. Research Project on Republican Party Strength and Presidential Voting in the Interior West. 1985-86. $800.



New Faculty Starter Grant, Department of Geography, University of Miami. Research Project on the Growth of Republican Voting in the Miami SMSA. 1984-85. $100.



Exxon Honorarium to attend Guided Design Workshop, annual meeting of the National Council for Geographic Education, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1981.





PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS



Association of American Geographers

Political Geography Specialty Group, AAG

Southeastern Division, AAG

Great Plains-Rocky Mountain Division, AAG

National Council for Geographic Education





EDITORIAL BOARDS



Editorial Board, Southeastern Geographer, 1996-1999, 2003-2007.



Editorial Board, Political Geography, 2001 - present.



Editorial Board, Journal of Geography, 1997- present.



Editorial Board, Arab World Geographer, 2009-2014.





SERVICE ACTIVITIES



Panelist, 2011 Wyoming Social Sciences Institute, Cody, WY, March.



Member, Head's Council, 2010-11.



Member, RFP Review Committee, 2009-10.



Member, Institute for Global Affairs Steering Committee, 2009-present.



Member, Wyoming Geographic Alliance Steering Committee, 2009-present.



Member, AAG Constitution and Bylaws Committee, July 1, 2007-June 30, 2010.



President, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, 2005-2007; Past President, 2008-2009.



Member of Program Committee, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, 2004 annual meeting, Biloxi, Mississippi, 2004.



Member of Population Subcommittee, Tuscaloosa 2020 (Strategic Planning Process), 2003-04.



Member of Program Review Committee for Department of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Alabama, 2003-04.



Member of Arts and Sciences Space Committee, 2003-04.



Elected to Faculty Senate, University of Alabama; Faculty Senate Steering Committee; co-chair of the Planning and Operations Committee; Faculty Senate Liaison to Health and Safety Committee, 1998-99; Faculty Senate Liaison to Master Plan Committee, 1999-00; Co-Chair of the Communications Committee, Legislative Agenda Committee, 1999-00.



Member, Local Arrangements Committee for Golden Anniversary SEDAAG Annual Meeting, Birmingham, Alabama, November, 1997.



Elected Secretary of the Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers (Editor of the SEDAAG Newsletter), 1996-98.



Elected Chair of the Political Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 1995-97.



Elected Chair of the Nominations Committee, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, 1995.



Member of the University of Alabama Latin American Studies Steering Committee, University of Alabama, 1994-95.

Chair, Committee for Rewriting Departmental Tenure and Promotion Guidelines, Department of Geography, University of Alabama, Fall 1994.



Elected Secretary/Treasurer of the Political Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 1994-95.



Member of the Arts and Sciences Tenure and Promotion Committee, University of Alabama, 1993-94, 1994-95.



Member of University Appeals Committee, University of Alabama, 1993-94.



Alternate Member of Faculty Senate, University of Alabama, 1993-95.



Member of Program Review Committee for Department of Mineral Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Alabama, 1992-93.



Member of Interim Program Advisory Committee, University of Alabama, 1992-93.



Elected Member of Faculty Senate, University of Alabama, 1992-93.



Elected as State Representative (Alabama) to the Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, 1992-94.



Member of Program Committee, 1993 AAG Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, 1992-93.



Member of Nominating Committee, Political Geography Specialty Group, 1991-93



Member, Student Paper Award Committee, Political Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 1987-92, Chair 1991-92.



Chair, Chair's Leadership Review Committee, Department of Geography, University of Alabama, Spring 1991.



Member, Program Committee, SEDAAG Annual Meeting in Columbia, South Carolina, Fall 1990.



Judge for Rand McNally-NCGE "Excellence in Geography Teaching Awards" for K-12th grade teachers, 1990.



Chair of the Region 2 Awards Committee, National Council for Geographic Education, 1990; member 1988-89.



Elected Member of the Board of Directors, Political Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 1987-89.







REFEREE/REVIEW ACTIVITIES



African Journal of Political Science and International Relations 2011.

Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 1989, 1998, 1999, 2004.

Antipode, 2000, 2010 (2).

Arab World Geographer, 2003, 2010.

Bulletin of the Illinois Geographical Society, 2007

Florida Geographer, 1986, 2000.

Geographical Review 2003, 2010 (2).

GeoJournal 2010.

Great Plains Research, 1996, 2000.

Growth and Change, l988, 1993.

Hagar: International Social Science Review, 2002.

Journal of Cultural Geography, 2004.

Journal of Geography, 1997 (3), 1998 (3), 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005 (2), 2006 (2), 2007 (2), 2010, 2011.

Journal of Maps, 2010

National Endowment for the Humanities research proposal, 1996, 2003.

National Science Foundation research proposal, 1988, 1997, 2000, 2009, 2010.

Political Geography, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993 (2), 1996 (2), 1997 (3), 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 (3), 2002 (3), 2003 (2), 2004 (3), 2005 (3), 2006 (2), 2007 (3), 2008 (3), 2009 (5), 2010 (6), 2011(2).

Professional Geographer, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2001 (2), 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010 (4), 2011 (3).

Social Science History, 2005, 2006.

Social & Cultural Geography, 2007, 2008, 2009.

Social Science Journal, 1987, 1988, 1989.

Social Science Quarterly, 2001.

Southeastern Geographer, 1984, 1992, 1994, 1996 (2), 1998, 2000, 2001, 2004 (2), 2005 (3), 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010(2).

Southwestern Geographer, 2004

Urban Geography, 1987 (2), 1990, 1991, 1993, 2002, 2006.

CLAG Yearbook, 1990, 1992.

Text Reviews: Harper and Row 1988, Wm. C. Brown 1990, John Wiley 1991,

Guilford Publications 1995, 2002 Prentice-Hall 1995 (2),1996 (2),1997,

1998 (2), 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, Routledge 2006.

Outside Tenure and Promotion Referee, 1993, 1999 (2), 2000 (2), 2004, 2005, 2008 (2), 2010, 2011 (3).



MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS



Session Chair: 1986, 1988, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 (2), 2000 (4), 2001 (2), 2002, 2003, 2004 (2), 2005 (8), 2006 (2), 2008, 2010 (3), 2011.

Session/Panel Organizer: 1988, 1992, 1993 (2), 1995 (5), 1996 (2), 1997 (3), 1998 (3), 1999, 2000 (3), 2001 (2), 2002 (2), 2004, 2005 (8), 2008 (1), 2010, 2011(3).

Paper/Session Discussant: 1989, 1991, 1993, 1995, 2004, 2006 (2), 2007(2), 2008.

Panelist: 1993, 1996 (2), 1999, 2000 (2), 2001 (2), 2002, 2003 (2), 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007(3), 2008 (3), 2009 (2), 2010 (3), 2011 (2).



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