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JEN JACK GIESEKING

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PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

EDUCATION

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS
ARTICLES
BOOK CHAPTERS
BOOK REVIEWS
ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES
SELECTED OTHER PUBLICATIONS

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2017, 2013. Visiting Researcher, Social Media Collective, Microsoft Research New England.
  • 2014-present. International Guest Fellow, Genderqueer Laboratory in Ethnographic Research, Humboldt Universität. Berlin, Germany.
  • 2013. Distinction for Doctoral Dissertation, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2013. Carolyn G. Heilbrun Dissertation Prize, Center for the Study of Women & Society, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2013. Paul Monette-Roger Horwitz Dissertation Prize – Honorable Mention, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2010 – 2011. Visiting Scholar, Institut für Europäische Ethnologie, Humboldt Universität. Berlin, Germany.
  • 2009. Who’s Who in America.
  • 2004. Distinguished Honors for Masters Thesis, Union Theological Seminary.

FELLOWSHIPS

  • 2016. The Futures of American Studies Institute, Dartmouth College.
  • 2012. University Alternate, Killam Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of British Columbia.
  • 2010 – 2011. German Chancellor Fellowship for Prospective Leaders, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. (€33,000)
  • 2009 – 2010. Joan Heller – Diane Bernard Fellowship in Lesbian and Gay Studies, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) at the Graduate Center CUNY. ($5,000)
  • 2009 – 2010, 2008 – 2009, 2007 – 2008, 2006 – 2007, 2005 – 2006, 2004 – 2005. University Fellowship, Graduate Center CUNY. (tuition & fees)
  • 2011 – 2012, 2009 – 2010, 2008 – 2009 (all declined). Five College Women’s Studies Research Center Fellowship, Five College Women’s Studies Research Center, Mount Holyoke College.
  • 2008 – 2009. Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. ($1,500)
  • 2008 – 2009. Proshansky Dissertation Award, Graduate Center CUNY. ($20,000)
  • 2008 – 2009. Fellowship, Center for Place, Culture, and Politics at the Graduate Center CUNY. ($10,000)
  • 2007. Fellow, Summer Institute of Geographies of Justice, University of Georgia with Antipode. ($3,000 costs covered)
  • 2005 – 2006, 2004 – 2005. Graduate Center Fellowship, Graduate Center CUNY. ($17,500)
  • 2005 – 2006. Mount Holyoke College Alumnae Association 1905 Fellowship. ($1,500)
  • 2003 – 2004. James D. O’Brien Psychiatry and Religion Fellowship, Union Theological Seminary. ($2,500)

GRANTS

  • 2017. Wallis Annenberg Research Grant, University of Southern California. ($1,000)
  • 2017. Urbanization, Gender and the Global South: a Transformative Knowledge Network. L. Peake (lead P.I.), J. Gieseking (technology lead), and 28 scholars and activists with expertise and/or located in Cairo, Cochabamba, Georgetown (Guyana), Ibadan, Mumbai, Ramallah, and Shanghai. SSHRC Partnership Grant. (CA$2.23 million)
  • 2017, 2016. Fleischman Endowed NYC Travel Fund, Trinity College. ($1,900 with A. Manevitz; $1,360)
  • 2016, 2015. Community Learning Initiative Course Development Grant, Trinity College. ($1,000)
  • 2016. Information Technology in Education Committee (ITEC) Technology Exploration Grants, Trinity College. ($1,000)
  • 2014-2015. Co-Grantee, International Social Science Council Transformations to Sustainability Programme: Addressing Gendered Insecurities in the Urban Global South (Georgetown, Ibadan, Mumbai, Shanghai, Tehran). With L. Peake, G. Ogunyankin, S. Phadke, M. Huang. ($20,000)
  • 2014. Gibbons Fellow Student Research Assistants, Bowdoin College. (2 x $5,500)
  • 2012 – 2013. Co-Grantee, Antipode Foundation Regional Workshop Award: New York City Geographical Expedition & Institute. With M. Bissen, C. Cahill, Z. Gluck, J. Goldstein, C. Katz, A. Matles, M. McCleave Marhawal, D. Spataro, J. Tang, and M. Torre. (£10,000)
  • 2012, 2008. Leanne Rivlin Travel Award, Environmental Psychology Program, Graduate Center CUNY. ($500)
  • 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006. Graduate Center CUNY Zalk Travel Award. ($500)
  • 2010, 2009. Urban Studies Geography Specialty Group Travel Award, Association of American Geographers. ($100)
  • 2009. Lesbian and Gay Studies Student Travel Award, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) at the Graduate Center CUNY. ($500)
  • 2008 – 2009. Doctoral Students Research Grant, Graduate Center CUNY. ($5,000)
  • 2007, 2006. Environmental Psychology Department Travel Award, Environmental Psychology Program, Graduate Center CUNY. ($250)

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

American Studies
Digital & Computational Studies:
  • 2014, 2015. Data Driven Societies, Digital and Computational Studies, Bowdoin College. Co-taught with Eric Gaze. [See also Data Driven Cultures above.]
  • 2014. The Digital Image of the City, Digital and Computational Studies, Bowdoin College.
  • 2013. Social Media for Academics, JustPublics@365 MediaCamp, Graduate Center CUNY and School of Journalism CUNY.
Geography, Urban Planning, & Design:
Gender & Sexuality Studies
Interdisciplinary
  • 2007, 2008, 2009. Map of Knowledge: An Introduction to the Humanities, Humanities. Writing Fellow, Writing Across the Curriculum, Hunter College CUNY.

OTHER RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE

  • 2009 – 2012. Instructional Technology Fellow, Macaulay Honors College CUNY.
  • 2007 – 2009. Writing Fellow, Hunter College CUNY.
  • 2006 – 2008. Research Assistant, Public Space Research Group. New York.
  • 2004 – 2007. Administrative Associate, WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly, The Feminist Press. New York.
  • 1999 – 2002. Management Consultant, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. New York.

SELECTED INVITED LECTURES

  • 2017. Gieseking, J. “A Queer New York: the Dyked Geographies of Greenwich Village, 1983-2008.” Spatial Mapping Library, University of California, Los Angeles.
  • 2017. Gieseking, J. “Constellating Queer History: Radical Mapping and the Politics of Storytelling.” Mapping for Social Justice Symposium, Yale School of Architecture, Yale University.
  • 2017. Gieseking, J. “New York, Queer: Geographies of Lesbians, Dykes, and Queer Women.” Center for Urban and Global Studies, Trinity College.
  • 2017. Gieseking, J. & J. Lingel. “What’s Queer about Queer Internet Studies Now?” Queer Internet Studies Symposium, University of Pennsylvania.
  • 2016. Gieseking, J. “‘Crazy, yes. But not tiny.’: Networked #FtM Culture, Identity, and Knowledge Production on Tumblr.” Digital Humanities Institute, Yale University.
  • 2016 (keynote). Gieseking, J. “Size Matters to Lesbians Too: Queer Trans Feminist Interventions into Data, Algorithms, and Visualizations.” Digital Spaces Unconference, Center for Experimental Humanities, Bard College.
  • 2015. Gieseking, J. “Queering the Map.” Futures Initiative and HASTAC@CUNY, CUNY Graduate Center.
  • 2015. Gieseking, J. “Personal/Political Maps, Feminist Maps: Theoretical Reflections on Spatial Methods for Action Research.” Social Justice Research: Workshop with Emerging Feminist Scholars, Society for Women in Geography, San Diego State University.
  • 2014. Gieseking, J. “Reading American and German National Imaginaries of Gender and Sexuality through New York City and Berlin.” Russian Friends of the Alexander von Humbodlt Foundation, St. Petersburg State University, Russia.
  • 2014. Gieseking, J. “Dyke Publics, Privates, and Queer New York.”  Ethnicity, Race, and Migration Program, American Studies Program, and Public Humanities Program, Yale University.
  • 2014. Gieseking, J. “Where Does Queer Life Go after the Gayborhood?: Reflections from Queer Spaces in New York City.” Pride House. Olso, Norway.
  • 2014. Gieseking, J. “So Far, So Close: Feminism in the Production of Lesbian-Queer Spaces in Berlin and New York City, 1983-2008.” Institut für Europäische Ethnologie, Humboldt Universität. Berlin, Germany.
  • 2014. Gieseking, J. “Queering the Future of Radical Geography” (keynote). Spatial Theory Symposium, Society for Radical Geography, Spatial Theory, and Everyday Life, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • 2014. Gieseking, J. “Considering ‘Spatial Justice’ through the Lens of Queer New York.” Department of Geography, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York.
  • 2014. Gieseking, J. “The Gendering of Queer New York.” Women’s and Gender Studies, Colby College, Waterville, Maine.
  • 2013. Gieseking, J. “(Data)Visualizing the Lesbian-Queer History of New York City.” Digital & Computational Studies, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine.
  • 2013. Gieseking, J. “Visualizing Geography: Maps, Space, Place, and Pedagogy.” Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC).
  • 2013. Gieseking, J. “Queer New York: Lesbians’ and Queer Women’s Geographies of Social and Spatial Justice in New York City, 1983-2008.” Geography Department, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA.
  • 2012. Gieseking, J. “Das Berlinprojekt, Das Newyorkprojekt: Comparative Urbanisms of Lesbians’ and Queer Women’s Spaces and Experiences of Justice and Oppression in New York City andBerlin, 1983 – 2008.” SpaceTime Research Collective, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2011. Gieseking, J. “Mental Mapping as a Participatory Method” with graduate student workshop. Department of Geography, Durham University, Durham, UK.
  • 2009. Gieseking, J. “Rethinking an ‘Invisible’ Framework for a Visible World: Lesbians’ and Queer Women’s Spaces and Economies in New York City (1983-2008).” Geography Department, Clark University, Worcester, MA.
  • 2009. Gieseking, J. “How Do We Write the Histories of the Silenced and Invisible?: What Lesbians’ and Queer Women’s New York City Places Over Time Tell Us about Justice.” Women’s Studies Department, Kingsborough Community College CUNY. New York.

RECENT PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

SELECTED PAPERS
  • 2016. Gieseking, J. “Data Visualizations: Putting the Digital Humanities and Social Data Sciences in Conversation.” Digital Humanities Lightning Paper Session, American Studies Association, Denver.
  • 2016. Gieseking, J. “Networked #FtM Culture & Medical Knowledge Production on Tumblr.” Trans Studies Conference, University of Arizona.
  • 2016. Gieseking, J. “Size Matters to Lesbians Too: Queer Trans Feminist Interventions in the Scale of Big Data.” Association of American Geographers, San Francisco.
  • 2015. Gieseking, J. “Is This Liberation?: NYC Lesbian-Queer Women Im/mobilities as Gentrified / Gentrifiers, 1983-2008.” Association of American Geographers, Chicago.
  • 2014. Gieseking, J. “The Qualitative Role in Big Data: What In/Visibilized Lesbian-Queer Life Can Offer the Geoweb.” Association of American Geographers, Tampa.
  • 2013. Futch, V., J. Gieseking, & E. Manoff. “Exploring the Juncture of Geography, Justice, and Critical Psychology through Mapping Methods.” Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology, CUNY Graduate Center, New York.
  • 2013. Gieseking, J. “Creating Digital Evidence of Queer Anti/Gentrification Efforts in the Our Queer Lives & Space Project.” Misunderstanding Gentrification, Pratt Institute, New York City.
  • 2013. Gieseking, J. “At Home and Abroad, from Promised Land to Land of the Free: Tracing Contemporary Pinkwashing in Everyday Lesbian-Queer Lives in NYC.” Homonationalism & Pinkwashing, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies at the Graduate Center CUNY, New York.
  • 2012. Gieseking, J. “Queering the Right to the City: The Geographical Imagination of Lesbian Cities in Chako Paul, New York, and Berlin.” American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • 2012. Gieseking, J. “The Dyke Ga(y)ze: Reinterpreting LGBTQ Politics of Visibility through Lesbians’ and Queer Women’s Spaces and Experiences of Justice and Oppression in NYC, 1983-2008.” Association of American Geographers, New York.
  • 2012. Gieseking, J. “A Countertopography of Pinkwashing.” The Fifth Israeli Conference of Qualitative Research, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • 2011. Gieseking, J. “The Space between Our Destiny and Their Reality: Understanding the Lesbian-Queer Geographical Imagination in the Everyday Productions of Urban Space in New York City, 1983-2008.” American Studies Association, Baltimore.
  • 2011. Gieseking, J. “Is This Liberation?: Reckoning with the (In)Justice of the Mobilities, Immobilities, and Moorings of Lesbians & Queer Women as Gentrified and Gentrifiers.” Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers, London.
  • 2011. Gieseking, J. “Dyke Bodies in Motion: How to Think about Lesbian-Queer Spaces Beyond Social Networks, and Why It’s Important Today.” International Conference of Critical Geographers, Frankfurt, Germany.
  • 2011. Gieseking, J. “Living in an (In)Visible World: Lesbians’ and Queer Women’s Spaces in Berlin.” Warum Deutschland? Perspektiven der internationalen Zusammenarbeit im Bereich Wissenschaft, Ausbildung, Kultur, Wirtschaft und Politik, Assoziation der Stipendiaten des Bundeskanzlerprogramms der Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung in der Russischen Föderation, Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
  • 2010. Gieseking, J. “What are We Doing Queer?: The Present State of Geography and Queer Theory in a Case Study of Lesbians’ Spatialities in New York City.” Mapping Desire: Where are the Critical Geographies of Sexualities? (in absentia), Université Paris 1-Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris, France.
  • 2010. Gieseking, J. “Getting Over the Neighborhood: Contesting the Ideal LGBTQ Space via Everyday Productions of Lesbians’ and Queer Women’s Urban Spatialities (New York City, 1983-2008).” Association of American Geographers, Washington D.C.
  • 2009. Gieseking, J. “Hey, Gay, Going My Way?: Theorizing Lesbians’ and Queer Women’s Urban Productions of Space as Constellations (1983-2008).” Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas.
  • 2008. Gieseking, J. “Mental Mapping as a Methodology: Its Evolution, Its Usefulness, and the Ways in Which They May Be Analyzed Them.” Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers, London.
  • 2008. Gieseking, J. “Gracious Empowerment Vs. Liberal Feminism in the Twentieth Century: Women’s Gender and Social Class Identity Development on an Elite College Campus.” Association of American Geographers, Boston.
SELECTED PANELS
  • 2017. Datta, A., J. DeFilippis, K. Derickson, J. Gieseking, M. Purcell, A. Simone, & E. Swyngedouw. “What Should Radical Politics Mean Today?” Association of American Geographers, Boston.
  • 2017. Andrucki, M., L. Eaves, J. Gieseking, G. Hartal, N. Lewis, J. Podmore, F. Rouhani, D. Seitz. “Sexuality & Space 20+1 III: Futures.” Association of American Geographers, Boston.
  • 2017. Donovan. G., J. Gieseking (chair), K. Gregory, D. Greene, & D. Joseph. “The Labor Geographies of Digital Studies: Theories, Methods, and Interdisciplinary Engagements.” Association of American Geographers, Boston.
  • 2017. Gieseking, J. (discussant/chair), O. Haimson, C Rios, A. Shaw, M. Thakor. “The Un/State of Queer Internet Studies.” Queer Internet Studies Symposium, University of Pennsylvania.
  • 2016. Gieseking, J. (discussant/chair), C. Miller-Idriss, J. Schuster-Craig, B. Streitwieser, X. Tan, & W Wheeler. “Responses to and Impacts of Migration.” U.S. German Chancellor Fellowship Alumni Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  • 2016. Covey, E., J. Gieseking, E. Belanger, A.E. Hernandez, & P. McGreevey. “Geography, Maps, and Visions of Home in the Classroom.” American Studies Association, Denver.
  • 2016. Bergmann, L., C. Dalton, J. Gieseking, & D. O’Sullivan. “Speculative Critical GIS.” Association of American Geographers, San Francisco.
  • 2016. Euraque, D., J. Gieseking, B. Notar, & M. Risser. “Cultural Heritage and the Tourism Industry.” Trinity Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, Trinity College.
  • 2015. Dougherty, J., J. Gieseking, & C. Lebel. “Open for Collaboration: Scholarship in the Age of Open Access.” Library & Information Technology, Trinity College.
  • 2015. Dumas, M., N. Erevelles, J. Gieseking, S. Grande, L. Patel, E. Tuck, & K.W. Yang. “Presidential Plenary: Toward What Justice? Describing Diverse Dreams of Justice in Education.” American Educational Research Association, Chicago.
  • 2014. Cahill, C., G. Donovan, D. Fields, J. Gieseking, P. Hopkins, J.H.J. Han, C. Katz, S. Low. “Authors Meets Critics Book Discussion: The People, Place, and Space Reader.” Association of American Geographers, Tampa.
  • 2014. Breen, J., R. Burns, J. Eckert, M.M. Evans, M. Finn, J. Gieseking, P.A. Johnson, J. Lingel, S.B. Liu, N. Milholland, B. Poore, A. Sandell, A. Shears, J. Shin, S. Stehle, M. Wang. “alt.conference on Big Data: Lightning Panels.” Association of American Geographers, Tampa.
  • 2014. Andrucki, M., S. Bremer, P. Doan, J. Gieseking (chair), N. Husakouskaya. “Trans* Geographies.” Association of American Geographers, Tampa
  • 2013. Botein, H., J. Gieseking, K. Goldstein, M. Maharawal, and S. Schulman. “Challenging Gentrification and Market-Based Planning.” Misunderstanding Gentrification, Pratt Institute, New York City.
  • 2013. Davis, J., C. Dunbar-Hester, B. Fiore-Silfvast, J. Gieseking (chair), J. Michalczyk, and G. Neff. “Bodies & Bits.” Theorizing the Web (#TtW13), Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2013. Abbott, A., J. Gieseking, and B. McGarth. “Spatial Queerness.” Queer Urban Geographies, Parsons The New School for Urban Design, New York City.
  • 2012. Cahill, C., G.T. Donovan, M. Fine, J. Gieseking, C. Katz, S. Opotow, et al. “Bodies, Spaces, & Protest: What Critical Social Psychology & Geography Say to One Another.” Association of American Geographers, New York.
  • 2012. Caldwell, H., J. Gieseking (chair), R. Liebert, W. Liu, E. Manoff, and P. Segalo. “Reflecting on Critical Methods of Inquiry: A Workshop on Participatory Action Research.” The Fifth Israeli Conference of Qualitative Research, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • 2010. Davis, M., D. Edel, J. Enszer, J. Gibbs, J. Gieseking (discussant and chair), and S. Soderling. “Lesbian Spaces in the 1970s.” Lesbians in the 1970s, A Conference, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2010. Chitty, C., D. Cloud, J. Gieseking (discussant), and J. Gilmore. “Sexuality and Marriage.” Historical Materialism Conference, New York City.
  • 2008. Bigger, P., D. Correla, J. Fluri, J. Gieseking, L. Lands, K.C. Somdahi-Sands, and A. Trauger. “Radical Teaching in Critical Geographies: Classroom Activities for Radical Geography.” Association of American Geographers, Boston.
  • 2007. Chawla, L., G. Donovan, J. Gieseking, R. Hart, Y. Hung, L. Rivlin, S. Saegert, and M. Theeman. “The Future of Environmental Psychology.” 2007 Environmental Psychology Conference: A Tribute to Leanne Rivlin and Harold Proshansky, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2006. Garrett-Goodyear, H., and J. Gieseking. “Symposium: College Citizenship – What Is It & Ought It Do?” Mount Holyoke College Collaborative Learning Project, New York and South Hadley, MA.
  • 2005. Campagna, G., J. Gieseking, K. Libman, D, Luey, and L. Tenney. “Policy & Design for Housing: Lessons of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) 1968-1975.” Exhibit at the American Institute of Architects, New York; presentation at the Graduate Center CUNY.

SELECTED CONFERENCE, SYMPOSIA, AND EVENT LEADERSHIP

  • 2017 ; 2014. Co-Organizer: Conference. “Queer Internet Studies.” With J. Lingel. Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania; Columbia University in association with the Brown Institute for Media Innovation, New York, NY.
  • 2014. Co-Organizer: Paper Sessions. “Digital Geographies, Geographies of Digitalia.” Association of American Geographers, Tampa.
  • 2013. Chair, “Queer Histories, Queer Methods.” American Studies Association, Washington, D.C.
  • 2013. Co-Organizer: Lecture, Panels, Hackathon. “Summit: Resisting Criminalization.” With C. Robinson, J. Daniels, and M. Gold. JustPublics@365, Graduate Center CUNY, New York.
  • 2013. Co-Organizer: Lecture, Panels, Hackathon. “Summit: Re-imagining Scholarly Communication for the 21st Century.” With C. Robinson, J. Daniels, and M. Gold. JustPublics@365, Graduate Center CUNY, New York.
  • 2013. Co-Organizer: Conference. “Theorizing the Web 2013.” With N. Jurgenson, P.J. Rey, and J. Daniels. JustPublics@365, Graduate Center CUNY, New York.
  • 2012. Co-Organizer, Paper Session. “Right to the City! But Right to Empire?: The Unequal Geopolitics of Identity and Belonging.” With J.-F. Cheng, J. Lovaas, and K. Holmes. American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • 2012. Co-Organizer, Panel. “Bodies, Spaces, & Protest: What Critical Social Psychology & Geography Say to One Another.” With C. Katz. Association of American Geographers, New York.
  • 2012. Chair, Paper Session. Sexualities on the Move.” Association of American Geographers, New York.
  • 2012. Discussant, Paper Session. “Feminist Research Methods and ‘the Everyday.’” Association of American Geographers, New York.
  • 2010. Co-Organizer, Paper Sessions. “Materializing Queer Space: Towards a Radical Pragmatics.” With M. Detamore. Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C.
  • 2009. Organizer, Paper Sessions. “Space & Identity || Speaking From and Across Categories: [1] Connecting through the Everyday; [2] In/Through/Of Bodies; [3] Mobilities in Space, Time, and Identity; [4] (Re)(De)(Un)Constructing Place.” Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas.
  • 2008. Co-Organizer, Conference. “Fifteenth Annual Mini-Conference on Critical Geography.” University of Ohio, Athens, OH.
  • 2007. Chair, Conference. “What’s Feminist about Feminist Pedagogy?: The Second Annual Feminist Pedagogy Conference.” With A. Levy. Graduate Center CUNY, New York.
  • 2007. Co-Organizer, Conference. “The Global & the Intimate: Gender Studies and the Present Crisis of Global Citizenship – Mount Holyoke College Gender Studies Conference.” With M. Renda, E. Townsley, H. Garrett-Goodyear, C. Katz, N.K. Miller, G. Pratt, and V. Rosner. South Hadley, MA.

RECENT UNIVERSITY & ORGANIZATIONAL SERVICE

  • 2017-present. member, Digital Scholarship Lab Advisory Group, Trinity College.
  • 2017. Member, Digital Scholarship Coordinator Search Committee, Trinity College.
  • 2016-present. Member, Community Learning Initiative Advisory Group, Trinity College.
  • 2015-2016. Member, Vice President of Communications and Marketing Search Committee, Trinity College.
  • 2015-present. Board of Directors, Rainbow Heritage Network: National Preservation Advisory Board for US LGBTQ Sites.
  • 2014-present. LGBTQ Monuments Advisory Council of Scholars, National Parks Service, United States Department of the Interior.
  • 2013-present. Board of Directors, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS), Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2013-present. Curriculum Committee, Digital and Computational Studies Initiative, Bowdoin College.
  • 2013-present. Data Services Committee, Digital and Computational Studies Initiative, Bowdoin College.
  • 2013-present. Founding Member, Authors Alliance.
  • 2011-2013. Founding Member, Internet Research Team, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2011 – present. Member, Committee for the Geographic Perspectives on Women (GPOW) Research Group, Association of American Geographers. Webmaster: GPOW (gpow.org) and Gender & Geography Bibliography (gpow.org/gendergeog).
  • 2010 – 2012. Member, OpenCUNY.org Governance Committee, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2009 – 2011. Mentor, College & Community Fellowship for Formerly Incarcerated Women, CUNY Baccalaureate Program.
  • 2008 – 2010. Member, Advisory Board of the Women’s Studies Certificate Program, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2007 – present. Member, The Public Science Project: Participatory Action, Research & Design for a Just World, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2007 – 2012. Member and Founder, Spatial Scholars Study Group, renamed the SpaceTime Research Collective (STREAC), Graduate Center CUNY. Co-Chair, 2007 – 2008, 2009 – 2010.
  • 2007 – 2012. Member, QUNY: Queer CUNY Graduate Students Collective, Graduate Center CUNY. Chair, 2007 – 2010.
  • 2006 – 2014. Chair, Founder, and Member, Young Alumnae Annual Fund Committee, Mount Holyoke College.
  • 2006 – 2013. Member, Annual Fund Committee, Mount Holyoke College.
  • 2006 – 2010. Executive Committee, Environmental Psychology, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2005 – 2008. Curriculum Committee, Environmental Psychology, Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2005 – 2006. Admissions Committee, Environmental Psychology, Graduate Center CUNY.

PRESS COVERAGE

EDITORIAL BOARDS

Member, ACME: International Journal of Critical Geographies, 2017 – present.
Member, Annals of Associations of American Geographers, 2016 – present.
Member, WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly, 2015 – present.
Member, Gender, Place and Culture, 2013 – present.
Member, Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy, 2007 – present.

JOURNAL PEER REVIEW

The Annals of the Association of American Geographers
Antipode: A Journal of Radical Geography
Big Data & Society
Canadian Geographer / Le Géopgraphie Canadien
Children, Youth and Environments
City & Community
Cultural Geographies
Environment and Planning A
Environment and Planning D: Society & Space
Gender, Place and Culture
Geoforum
Gender, Place and Culture
Journal of Lesbian Studies
New Media & Society
Social & Cultural Geography
Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy
Urban Studies
Visual Communication
WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly

ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

2017-present. American Association of Anthropologists.
2016-present. Berkshire Conference of Women Historians.
2013 – present. Association of Internet Researchers.
2009 – present. American Studies Association.
2009 – present. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.
2008 – present. Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers.
2005 – present. American Association of Geographers.

LANGUAGES / SKILLS

Foreign Languages

German

Languages/Software

ArcGIS, BatchGeo, BuddyPress, CartoDB, CommonsInABox, CSS, Gephi, HTML, iLife, iWork, Mapbox, MapInfo, MSOffice, R, QGIS, Social Explorer, TagsExplorer, TileMill, WordPress, Zotero

Hardware/Operating Systems

PC and Apple architectures, MS DOS, MS Windows, OSX, Unix