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Bradley Gardener

Visiting Assistant Professor

 

Office: 333 Gladfelter Hall

Tel: 215 204 5482

Bradley.gardener@temple.edu

 

 

 

 

 

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Areas of Expertise:

Critical Race Theory, Identity Studies, Migration Studies, Geography of New York, Jewish Diaspora, Whiteness Studies, Marxist Political Economy, Critical GIS, Urban Geography.

 

 

Research and Teaching Interests

Bradley’s research addresses how racism is articulated and reproduced on several geographical scales. More specifically, he examines this process by looking at the intersections between space, race, and identity. He is also very interested in the relationship between repression and resistance. His research identifies how racialized groups negotiate and fight against racist institutions and practices.

 

     His other research interests include migration, critical applications of GIS, Jewish Geography, and gentrification.

 

     His teaching interests are diverse, ranging from Critical Race Theory and Music Geography to quantitative reasoning and technical instruction of GIS.

 

     Bradley also has extensive experience working with the CUNY School of Professional Studies Online Baccalaureate Program.

 

Selected Publications

EDITED VOLUMES

Winddance Twine, F. and B. Gardener. 2013. Geographies of Privilege. New York: Routledge.

 

ARTICLES/CHAPTERS

   

Winddance Twine, F. and B. Gardener. Introduction. 2013. Bradley Gardener and France Winddance Twine Eds. Geographies of Privilege. New York: Routledge. 

 

Spacetime Research Collective. 2009. To What Will We Resort When Capitalism Is Over? Human Geography, 2:(2): 101-104. 

 

Currently working on a book with the tentative title My Ancestral Homeland: The Race and Migration Patterns of the Bronx’s Jewish Diaspora.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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