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Jason Ridgeway
Jason Ridgeway
Phone:
(979) 845-7141
Email:
jrridgeway@email.tamu.edu
Office:
Eller O&M 810
Address:

810 Eller O&M Building
Texas A&M University
MS 3147 
College Station, Texas 77843


Degrees:

B.S., Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1996

M.A., Geography, University of Georgia, 2004


Jason Ridgeway

Ph.D. Student

Research Interests

I am a cultural geographer who is interested in the ways that human cultures impact the landscape. I am particularly curious about how cultural change is articulated in the built landscape, and the emotional attachments that people form with places and landscapes. My current research is focused on the social processes that have created the landscapes of the Brazos Valley, and the best methods for geographers to communicate with general audiences about place in a digital world.

Selected Publications

Refereed Publications

Ridgeway, Jason.  2008.  “Let Them Have Dominion Over All the Earth: Are Christians Anti-Environmental?”  Middle States Geographer 41: 45-52.

Non-Refereed Publications (Contributing Editor)

Thompson, Wiley, ed.  2009.  Physical Geography Study Guide, United States Military Academy, 9th ed.  New York: McGraw Hill.

Galgano, Francis, ed.  2007.  Physical Geography Study Guide, United States Military Academy, 7th ed. New York: McGraw Hill.

Book Reviews

Ridgeway, Jason.  2010.  Review of Policing Post-Conflict Cities, by Alice Hills.  Military Review XC, no. 1 (January-February 2010): 124-125.

Ridgeway, Jason.  2009.  Review of The Border: Exploring the U.S.-Mexican Divide, by David J. Danelo.  Military Review LXXXIX, no. 2 (March-April 2009): 131.

Ridgeway, Jason.  2009.  Review of Occupational Hazards: Success and Failure in Military Occupation, by David Edelstein. Military Review LXXXIX, no. 1 (January-February 2009): 121-122.

Ridgeway, Jason.  2008. Review of What Makes a Terrorist: Economics and the Roots of Terrorism, by Krueger, Alan B.  Military Review LXXXVIII, no. 3 (May-June 2008): 116-117.

Thesis

Ridgeway, Jason.  2006.  “Object-Oriented Approaches to Channel Habitat Classification on the Lower Congo River.”  Master’s Thesis, University of Georgia.

Additional Information

Advisor: Prof. Jonathan Smith
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