Edens Professor of Geography and Global Health
medical, human-environment, Latin America
Carnegie Hall, 103a
My interdisciplinary research lies at the nexus between medical geography, political ecology, and the history of public health, with a regional focus on Latin America. In terms of methodology, I mainly use qualitative social research methods and historical archival research techniques. My main areas of interest include the political ecology of infectious and vector-borne diseases; environmental and social history of disease control; social medicine and public health in Latin America; and the biopolitics of public health interventions. I am currently working on a book project on the history of Latin American social medicine.
You can learn more about me, including my research profile and class projects, on my personal webpage, here.
GEOG 249: Environment and Society in Latin America
GEOG 256: Health Geography
GEOG 258: Geography of Environmental Hazards
GEOG 368: Health GIS
GEOG 475: Health Geography Seminar
Links for Geography course syllabi can be found on our Course Syllabi page.