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Dr. Gloria Howerton

Gloria Howerton
  • Assistant Professor
  • Geography and Anthropology


GEOG 111: Human Geography

GEOG 188: Cultural Landscapes of North America
GEOG 355: GIS 1 + Lab
GEOG 491: Special Topics: Legal Geographies of Race in the United States

Research and Creative Activities


Political Geography: Nationalism, Citizenship, Borders, Law and Policy

Geographies of Race: Racialized aspects of uneven development, Critical race theory

Critical Geographies of Education: Curriculum and nationalism, Reproduction of inequality through education, Neoliberal education policy

Youth Geographies: Interactions between youth and politics, Youth resistance


BA: University of North Carolina - Greensboro

  • Major: Geography
  • Minor: Environmental Studies

MA: University of Georgia (Geography)

PhD: University of Georgia (Geography)


Received graduate certificate in GIS from the University of Georgia