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JEN JACK GIESEKING

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PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

  • 2018-present. Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Kentucky.
  • 2015-2018. Assistant Professor of Public Humanities, American Studies Program, Trinity College.
  • 2013 – 2015. Postdoctoral Fellow in New Media & Data Visualization, Digital and Computational Studies Initiative, Bowdoin College.
  • 2012-2013. Visiting Assistant Research Professor, Graduate Center, City University of New York.

EDUCATION

  • 2013. Ph.D. with distinction, Environmental Psychology, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
    Dissertation: Living in an (In)Visible World: Lesbians’ and Queer Women’s Spaces and Experiences of Justice and Oppression in New York City, 1983-2008.
    Committee: Drs. Cindi Katz (advisor), Michelle Fine, Melissa Wright, Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy, Jessie Daniels, and Tiffany Muller Myrdahl.
  • 2004. M.A. with honors, Psychiatry and Religion, Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University. New York, NY.
    Thesis: “Ecstasy Has Been Given to the Tiger:” Aggression in the Quaker Meeting for Worship
    Advisor: Dr. Ann Ulanov.
  • 1999. B.A., Geography and Urban Studies, Mount Holyoke College. South Hadley, MA,

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS
ARTICLES
BOOK CHAPTERS
BOOK REVIEWS
ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES
EDITORIAL LEADERSHIP
SELECTED OTHER PUBLICATIONS
DIGITAL PROJECTS
  • 2019. Gieseking, J. “A Queen New York (A Queer New York Companion Research, Teaching, & Public History Site).” http://jgieseking.org/AQNY/AQNYmap/index.html.

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2018. Paul E. Buchanan Award for Excellence in Field Work, Interpretation, and Public Service, Vernacular Architecture Forum, for writing and reviewing contributions to LGBTQ Heritage Initiative Theme Study (2016), with M. Springate (ed.), M. Meinke, C. Hanhardt, A. Boyd, T. Burk, et al.
  • 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

  • 2018. Five College Women’s Studies Research Center Fellowship, Mount Holyoke College.
  • 2017. On-Campus Finalist (Trinity College), NEH Summer Stipend.
  • 2016. The Futures of American Studies Institute, Dartmouth College.
  • 2016, 2015. Junior Faculty Research Fellowship, Trinity Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, Trinity College. ($150 per award)
  • 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

  • 2019. Year of Equity: Digital Geographies Speaker Series. With M. Zook. ($1,000)
  • 2019. International Travel Grant. College Research Activities Award, University of Kentucky. ($1,200)
  • 2019. Indexing Grant. College Research Activities Award, University of Kentucky. ($500)
  • 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

Courses in Geography, American Studies, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Urban Planning & Design, and Digital & Computational Studies:
  • 2019. How the Internet Works. Geography, University of Kentucky.
  • 2019. Data Exploration in Everyday Life, Geography, University of Kentucky. 2017, 2016. Data Driven Cultures, American Studies, Trinity College. http://bit.ly/trin-datadc; 2015, 2014. Data Driven Societies, Digital and Computational Studies, Bowdoin College.
  • 2019. Social Geography Graduate Seminar: Geographies of Queer Theory. Geography, University of Kentucky.
  • 2019. Digital Mapping. Geography, University of Kentucky.
  • 2018, 2017, 2016. Queer America, American Studies, Trinity College.
  • 2018. Memory, Place, & Power, American Studies, Trinity College.
  • 2017, 2016, 2015. Digital Cities, American Studies, Trinity College.
  • 2017, 2016, 2015. Conflicts & Cultures in American Society: the 1980s, American Studies, Trinity College.
  • 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. Seminar in the City: Queer(ing) New York, graduate seminar offered in-person and online, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS), Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2012. Environmental Research Methods, Sustainable Interior Environments (M.A. program), Fashion Institute of Technology SUNY. http://jgieseking.org/2012SIE562/
  • 2007, 2008. Environmental Psychology & Geographical Theory, Interior Design Department, Pratt Institute.
  • 2005. Human/Nature: Perception of the Environment, Geography, Mount Holyoke College.

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

  • 2018. Gieseking, J. “Queer Accumulation of Dispossession.” Day of Community Symposium: Queer New York and Urban Performance in the 1970s and 1980s, Leslie-Lohman Museum/Gallery & Department of Performance Studies, NYU.
  • 2018. Gieseking, J. “Constellations of Queer History in New York City, 1983-2008.” Rainbow Center, University of Connecticut.
  • 2018. Gieseking, J. “Queer Mapping and Geospatial Big Data.” Department of Geography and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Pennsylvania State University.
  • 2018. Gieseking, J. “A Queer New York, Reflections.” Making Space for Interaction, Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, New Museum.
  • 2018 (keynote). Gieseking, J. “Constellating Queer History: Radical Mapping on Behalf of Public Humanities.” Day of Digital Humanities Conference, Carleton College.
  • 2018. Gieseking, J. “Constellations of Queer History: Radical Mapping of Geospatial Big Data.” American Studies Program & Digital Humanities Learning Community, University of Richmond.
  • 2017. Gieseking, J. “What’s Queer about Queer Spaces Now?” Oslo Pride, Norway.
  • 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
  • 2019 (forthcoming). Gieseking, J. “‘I Didn’t Know We Had So Much History’: the Politics of Mapping Lesbian and Queer History Queer Archival Politics: Making and Digitally Remediating Queer Life and Histories.” SCMS, Denver.
  • 2019. Gieseking, J., & C. Hall. “In Her/His/Their Words: Topic Modelling Trans Tumblr.” HASTAC, Vancouver.
  • 2019. Gieseking, J. “Accumulation of Dispossession & Racial Capitalism.” Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C.
  • 2018. Gieseking, J. “Queering ‘Lesbian Land’: Black and Brown Lesbian and Queer Experience of Gentrification in New York City, 1983-2008.” Association of American Geographers, New Orleans.
  • 2017. Gieseking, J. “The Accumulation of Dispossession: Lesbian-Queer Urban Cultures and “Failed” Cosmopolitanisms.” American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.
  • 2017. Gieseking, J. “Re-Membering Queer Networks: Crisis in Production of the LGBTQ Non-Profit Industrial Complex.” Society for Social Studies of Science, Boston.
  • 2017. Gieseking, J. “Data Visualizing Lesbian-Queer Lives: Imbricating the Quant/Qual Binary.” Berkshire Women’s History Conference, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY.
  • 2017. Gieseking, J. “The Digital Turn for the Spatially Turned: DataViz in Geography.” Microsoft Research Mini-Conference at the Association of American Geographers, Boston.
  • 2017. Gieseking, J. “Constellating Queer History: Radical Mapping and the Politics of Storytelling.” Mapping Spatial Justice, Yale University, New Haven, CT.
  • 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
  • 2019 (forthcoming). Gieseking, J., D. Kim, L. Klein, S. McGlotten, M. Onuoha, M. Posner, D. Thorat. “Data as Terror, Data as Transformation.” American Studies Association, Honolulu.
  • 2019 (forthcoming). Daigle, M., S. de Leeuw, J. Gieseking, S. Hunt, V. Sloan Morgan, M. Whetung. “Dangerous Desires.” Association of American Geographers, Denver.
  • 2019. Gieseking, J., M. Gilbert, B. Jefferson, A. Leszczynski, W. Payne, & E. Slager. “Digital Geographies Keynote.” Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C.
  • 2019. Curley, A., M. Daigle, D. DasGupta, A. Datta, L. Eaves, J. Gieseking, C. Hawthorne, B. Mullings, N. Oswin, G. Pratt, & M. Ybarra. “Enough!” Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C.
  • 2018. McFarland, S., J. Gieseking, A. Hamraie, & J. Thatcher. “Critical Digital Geographies for Justice.” Association of American Geographers, New Orleans.
  • 2017. Atienza, P.M.L., L. Ferris, J. Gieseking (discussant), L. Mackenzie, S. McGlotten, & M. Thakor. “Digital Deception and the Queer Life of Data.” American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.
  • 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

  • 2019. Keynote Introduction for Julia Serano. University of Kentucky Gender & Women’s Studies Conference, Lexington.
  • 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

  • 2019-present. Geography Colloquium Committee, University of Kentucky. Chair, 2019-present.
  • 2019-present. Annual Geography Prize Day Committee, University of Kentucky.
  • 2018-present. Geography Graduate Studies Committee, University of Kentucky.
  • 2018-present. Digital Geographies Committee, University of Kentucky.
  • 2019. University iPads-in-the-Classroom Initiative, University of Kentucky.
  • 2019. Arts & Sciences Orientation Speaker, University of Kentucky.
  • 2017. Member, Digital Scholarship Coordinator Search Committee, Trinity College.
  • 2016-2018. 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.
  • 2014-2017. LGBTQ Monuments Advisory Council of Scholars, National Parks Service, United States Department of the Interior.
  • 2013-2018. Board of Directors, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS), Graduate Center CUNY.
  • 2013-2015. Curriculum Committee, Digital and Computational Studies Initiative, Bowdoin College.
  • 2013-2015. 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; Managing Editor, 2020 – present.
Member, Annals of Associations of American Geographers, 2016 – present.
Member, Gender, Place and Culture, 2013 – present.
Member, WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly, 2015 – 2018.
Member, Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy, 2007 – present.

JOURNAL PEER REVIEW

ACME: International Journal of Critical Geographies
American Quarterly
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 – 2013. 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 Suite, BuddyPress, CartoDB, CommonsInABox, CSS, Cytoscape, Gephi, HTML, iLife, iWork, Mapbox, MSOffice, R, QGIS, Social Explorer, WordPress, Zotero

Hardware/Operating Systems

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