I am interested in the following research areas and subjects, all of which I bring together by drawing upon mixed methods and critical theoretical approaches to combat issues of social inequality. Read more information on the various Research & Writing Projects by clicking here, including my next book, Queer New York: Geographies of Lesbians, Dykes, and Queer Women, 1983-2008, and the living, participatory, and in-progress lgbtq archive Queer Public Archives.
- urban studies, particularly urban process or capital such as accumulation, gentrification, & financialization, and privates-publics
- public humanities & social data sciences, including data visualizations and social media, and privates-publics
- cultural geography, especially scale and the social production of space, place, and embodiment
- gender and sexuality studies, primarily through the lens of LGBTQ studies
- research methods, both qualitative and quantitative, digital and computational, archival, GIS, particpatory, dataviz
- issues of social and spatial justice, with a focus on studies of power, privilege, and inequality, social movement studies, and meanings of justice and injustice
- social theory, especially critical geography, urban theories, and feminist, queer, & trans* theories