|Ingolf Vogeler was born in northern Germany, raised in southern Canada, and earned a Ph.D. in the Midwest United States. He is professor of geography in the Department of Geography and Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where he has taught since 1977. He has authored or (co)edited four books, and published seven chapters and 42 articles on topics ranging from village types in Germany, U.S. agriculture, and militarized international borders to cultural diversity topics, dialectical thinking, and web-based teaching methods. He has traveled in 90 past, present, and “wanabe” countries. He is happiest when travelling and learning about geography. This web site documents the best of his fascination with geography, travel, and teaching.|
My newest book, Critical Cultural Landscapes of North America, is now available in pdf format.
Created by Ingolf Vogeler
on 25 August 1996;
last revised on 20 May 2011.