Nicholas Jon Crane

I am an urban cultural and political geographer who works at the intersections of several interdisciplinary fields (memory studies, youth studies, social movement studies, Latin American studies, urban studies, and political theory). My research projects and recent publications examine a variety of themes, among them the problem of inclusion in youth political geography, the social reproduction of the state through anti-state activism, geographical approaches to memory, politics, and aesthetics, the “place” of place-based protest in Mexico City, and research design in human geography.

I completed my Ph.D. in the Department of Geography at the Ohio State University, and I am currently a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Geology and Geography at Ohio Wesleyan University. For my updated CV, click here, or feel free to contact me by email: njcrane@owu.edu.

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