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Manuscripts currently in review:
“He is a good horse, and we love him: Media and landscape in the Indian Removal Period.”Aether: Journal of Media Geography. Anticipated publication date in late 2011.
“Framing the ‘Fragile Giants.’”Geographical Bulletin. May 2011.
"The Land of Allium: An exploration into the magic of place." Assocation of American Geographers annual meeting, Seattle, WA, April 2011.
"Telling Stories: The discursive foundation of the tallgrass prairie restoration movement." Great Plains Regional Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Lawrence, KS October 2010.
“’Bury me on the prairie’: The social construction of nature in the postrural Midwest.” Mid-America Humanities Conference in Lawrence, KS, April 3, 2010.
“He is a good horse and we love him: Media and landscape in the Indian Removal Period.” Association of American Geographers annual meeting in Washington, DC, March 18, 2010.
“He is a good horse, and we love him: Media and landscape in the Indian Removal Period.” KU Geography Graduate Student Organization Brown Bag Colloquium, October 30, 2009.
“Cultural Geography of the Loess Hills: A Historical Journey.” Presented at the 31st annual Loess Hills Prairie Seminar in Onawa, IA, May 2008
“The Untold Trail of Tears – Potawatomi Forced Migration onto the Plains.” Presented at the 34th Annual Great Plains Conference in Omaha, NE, April 2008
“Cultural Geography of the Loess Hills: A Historical Journey.” Presented at the 30th annual Loess Hills Prairie Seminar in Onawa, IA, June 2007
“No More Chasing Smokestacks: Promoting Sense of Place as an Economic Development Strategy.” Presented at the Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Betterment and Beautification Dinner and Awards Program, March 2005