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Martin  Bosman

Martin Bosman

Martin Bosman
Associate Professor

Contact

Office: NES 209
Phone: 813/974-4770
Email: bosman@usf.edu

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Research

Dr. Bosman’s research focuses on global city formations, the political economy and ecology of urbanization, and the politics of place-competition. He is particularly interested in working with students on geographies of urbanization and globalization; gated communities and the politics of anti-urban economic development; and the rift in the metabolic relations between cities and nature.

Graduate Students

Jared Austin, Joe Blankenship, Dereje Gultineh, Amy Hyler, Jennifer Iceton, Milena Janiec-Grygo, Rocío Lalanda, Kevin Martyn, Bruce Mitchell, Peter Nkhoma, Bryan Winter

Specialty Area

Geography

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
83545GEO 4502001Economic Geography
3MW

3:30pm-4:45pm

EDU 347

84141GEO 6908005Independent Study
S-U Only
1-19



TBA TBA

87607GEO 6944001Internship in Geography
3



TBA TBA

83981GEO 7980003Doctoral Dissertation Research
Must be admitted to doctoral candidacy to register.
2-15



TBA TBA

Recent Journal Articles

Wong, J.K.A. and Bosman, M.M., (2014), Spatial Displacement and Temporal Deferral: toward an alternative explanation of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint Basin Water Conflict. Water Alternatives, Vol. 7, 3, pp. 584-609