Andy Walter, Ph.D.
Phone: 678-839-4070 | Fax: 678-839-4071
Office: Callaway Science Building 253
I am a critical human geographer specializing in urban and economic geography. My scholarly work investigates productions of space and place within and through the political economy, particularly at urban and regional scales. Currently, I am engaged with three projects, all grounded in Atlanta. One examines Christian social justice activists' commitment to place as a means of addressing poverty; another is a study of the work of maps in shaping Atlanta's geographies of land use, race, poverty, wealth, and public spaces; and, third, I am co-authoring a Peoples' Guide to Atlanta to be published by the University of California Press that will highlight historical and contemporary sites of resistance, struggle, and subalternity across the city.
- B.A., Geography, University of Wyoming, 1995
- MA, Geography, University of British Columbia, 1999
- PhD, Geography, Florida State University, 2005
Courses and Sections
- GEOG-1013 (World Geography)
- GEOG-3643 (Urban Geography)
- GEOG-3644 (Atlanta's Geographies)
- GEOG-4084 (Sr Seminar:Why Geog Matters)
- GEOG-4643 (Counter-Mapping the City)
- GLOB-4000 (Capstone Seminar)
- XIDS-2002 (What Do You Really Know Abt:xx)
- XIDS-2301 (Introduction to Global Studies)