Ethnic Geography | AAG

Vancouver, Canada

Granada, Nicaragua

New York, New York

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Cuzco, Peru

Board of Directors

The EGSG's Board of Directors' members serve for two years. The Board of Directors is composed of eight members.

member

about our member

Holly Barcus

(2014-2016)

Dr. Barcus is Associate Professor at Macalester College. She is a broadly trained population geographer. Her research interests fall at the intersection of population and GIS. Dr. Barcus is specifically interested in the patterns and processes of change occurring in rural communities and the resulting migration, service provision, and housing dilemmas.

website | Geography Department | Macalester College | 1600 Grand Avenue | Saint Paul, MN 55105 | email

Paul McDaniel

(2014-2016)

Dr. McDaniel is the Immigrant Entrepreneur and Innovation Fellow at the Immigration Policy Center. In addition, Dr. McDaniel has served as Project Researcher in the Center for Citizenship and Immigration Communities at the CatholicLegal Immigration Network.

website | American Immigration Council | 1331 G st. NW | Suite 200 | Washington, DC 20005 | email

Michael Webb

(2014-2016)

Dr. Michael Webb is Research Associate and serves as the project manager for evaluations of the Charlotte Housing Authority's Moving Forward and Boulevard Homes redevelopment programs.

website | Center for Urban and regional Studies | Hickerson House | 108 Battle Lane | The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill | Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3410 email

Qingfang Wang

(2014-2016)

Dr. Wang is Associate Professor of Geography at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Her teaching and research interest include migration and mobility, race/ethnicity, immigration and labor market, and global migration of labor and China among other. research

website | Department of Geography & Earth Sciences | University of North Carolina, Charlotte | McEniry 324 | 9201 University City Blvd. | Charlotte, NC 28223-0001 email

Graciela Sandoval

(2014-2016)

Graciela Sandoval is the student member. Ms. Sandoval earned her master's degree from Texas State University in Interdisciplinary Studies. In 2011, she was recipient of the Rising Star of Texas in Texas State University.

website | Texas State University | Department of Geography | 601 University Drive | San Marcos, TX 78666 email

Fenda Akiwumi

(2013-2015)

Dr. Fenda Akiwumi is Associate Professor at the University of South Florida. Her research focuses on the political ecology of the production, management, and distribution of water and minerals. She is interest in West African development issues, specifically relationships between sustainable resources use and development, livelihoods, culture and conflict.

website | University of South Florida | College of Arts and Sciences | Geography, Environment & Planning |  4202 E. Fowler Avenue, CPR 107 | Tampa, FL 33620 | email

Carlos Guilbe

(2013-2015)

Dr. Carlos Guilbe is Professor of Geography at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras. Dr. Guilbe was the local organizer for the Race, Ethnicity, and Place (REP) Conference 2012 in Puerto Rico. He teaches 15 to 18 credits per semester, engages in research, leads various field study experiences every semester, and advises numerous students on their research.

website | Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras | Facultad de Ciencias Sociales | Departamento de Geografia | PO Box 23345 | San Juan, PR 00931-3345 | email

Alan Marcus

(2013-2015)

Dr. Alan Marcus is Assistant Professor of Geography at Towson  University. His research and teaching interests focuses on Brazil, Brazilian Immigration, Latin America, Migration, Race, Ethnicity, Identity, Cultural Geography, and Ethnic Geography.

website | Towson University | Department of Geography & Environment Planning | 8000 York Road | Towson, MD 21252 | email