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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Associate Professor – Geography                   2014 – present    

Assistant Professor – Geography                   2009 – 2014    

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

 

Graduate Teaching Assistantship                   2001 – 2008    

Graduate Research Assistantship                  2004 – 2005   

The University of Kansas                        

 

Courses Taught:

· International Development, Conflict, & Aid     

· Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa  

· Political Geography  

· Geographies of Coffee   

· Geography of Middle East & North Africa       

· World Regional Geography       

· Human Geography      

· Introduction to GIS/Advanced GIS                         

· Remote Sensing

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D. (Geography)                                            2009

Graduate Certificate in African Studies            2008

M.A. (Geography)                                              2003

The University of Kansas  

Dissertation: Emplacing Displacement: Cultural Landscapes of Refugee-hosting in Ukwimi, Zambia

M.A. Thesis: Critical Geopolitics of African Displacement

Advisor: Garth A. Myers

Research focus: political, cultural, and development geography of Eastern and Southern Africa

 

B.S. (Geography)                                               2001

Northwest Missouri State University    

Minors: Geographic Information Systems and Computer Science

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor – Geography                   2008 – present    

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

 

Graduate Teaching Assistantship                   2001 – 2008    

Graduate Research Assistantship                  2004 – 2005   

The University of Kansas                        

 

Courses Taught:

· International Development, Conflict, & Aid     

· Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa  

· Political Geography   

· Geography of Middle East & North Africa       

· World Regional Geography       

· Human Geography      

· Introduction to GIS/Advanced GIS                         

· Remote Sensing

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

Publications

Subulwa, Angela G. 2014. (Dis)(em)placing gender at Ukwimi: Refugee resettlement and repatriation in eastern Zambia. Gender, Place, & Culture DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2014.9568060. 

Subulwa, Angela G. 2012. Negotiating displacement during the colonial and early independence period along the Zambia-Mozambique border. Historical Geography 40: 147 - 167. 

Subulwa, Angela G. 2012. Settlement, protracted displacement, and repatriation at Mayukwayukwa in western Zambia. African Geographical Review 31(2): 1 – 15.

Myers, Garth, Francis Owusu, and Angela G. Subulwa. 2012. Cities of Sub-Saharan Africa in Brunn, Stanley, Hays-Mitchell, Maureen, and Zeigler, Don (eds). Cities of the World: World Regional Urban Development 5th edition, p 330 – 379. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Myers, Garth and Gray, Angela. 2011.  Africa - Transnational Organizations in Stoltman, Joseph (ed). 21st Century Geography: A reference handbook, p 603 – 612. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Gray, Angela.2010. Dynamics of forced displacement in Sub-Saharan Africa. Geographische Rundschau International Edition 6(3): 18 – 23.

O’Lear, Shannon & Gray, Angela. 2006.  Asking the right questions: Environmental conflict in the case of Azerbaijan. Area 38(4): 390 – 401.

Articles in Review

Subulwa, Angela G. Protracted refugee spaces: From exclusion to inclusion in western Zambia. Journal of Contemporary African Studies. (in revision)

Book Reviews

Gray, Angela. 2008. “Virtual migration: The programming of globalization, by A. Aneesh,” Cultural Geographies 15(2): 395 – 396.

Gray, Angela. 2004. “Spying with maps: Surveillance technologies and the future of privacy, by Mark Monmonier,” Cultural Geographies 11 (4): 478 – 479. 

 

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

“Saliency of the refugee identity among self-settled Angolans in Mongu, Zambia,” paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, November 21, 2014. Indianapolis, IN.

“Negotiating refugee integration in Mongu, Zambia: Lessons from self-settled Angolans,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 11, 2014. Tampa, FL.

“Fostering global perspectives from home: Stories of the faraway right here,” panelist at the Provost's Teaching and Learning Summit: Global Perspectives. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. October 23, 2013.

“Africa is a country? Tackling misconceptions about sub-Saharan Africa,” GEO-Quest Lecture Series. University Studies Program and Department of Geography & Urban Planning, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. October 22, 2013.

“Shake your neighbor: Western Zambia's independence movement,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 10, 2013. Los Angeles, CA. 

“Doing geography fieldwork in Africa,” panelist at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 16, 2013. Los Angeles, CA. 

“Political Geographies of Zambia’s 2011 Presidential Election,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, February 27, 2012. New York, NY.

Invited Film Discussion Facilitator at Women’s Center, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. April 27, 2011.  Film: The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo.

“Repatriation Geographies at Mayukwayukwa Refugee Camp,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, November 19, 2010. San Francisco, CA.

“Creating and contesting nationalities along the Zambian border during Mozambique’s liberation struggle” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 14, 2010. Washington DC.

“Fieldwork in an African setting” panelist at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 16, 2010. Washington DC.

“Protracted Refugee Spaces: From Exclusion to Inclusion in western Zambia,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, March 22, 2009. Las Vegas, NV.

“Political and Feminist Geographies of Forced Displacement in Africa,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 16, 2008. Boston, MA.

Invited Guest Speaker at Department of Geography Advisory Board Annual Meeting, University of Kansas. November 17, 2007. Topic: Developing Refuge in Zambia.

 “Governing Refuge: Development and refugee-hosting in Zambia,” paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, October 20, 2007. New York, NY.

“Displacement in Motion: Refugee-hosting & development in Ukwimi, Zambia,” paper presented at the Mid-American Alliance for African Studies Conference, September 29, 2007. Lawrence, KS.

 “Spaces of Refuge: Cultural Landscapes of Refugee-hosting and resettlement in Ukwimi, Zambia,” paper presented at the 103rd Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 19, 2007. San Francisco, CA.

“Political Ecology of Refugee Hosting in Zambia,” paper presented at the 101th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 5 – 9, 2005.  Denver, CO.

Invited Lecturer for Geography of African Development, Department of Geography/Department of African and African-American Studies, University of Kansas.  February 15, 17 and March 10, 15, 17.  Topics: Globalization & Neoliberalism; Geography of Zambian Development. 

Invited Guest Speaker for Introduction to Africa, Department of African and African-American Studies, University of Kansas.  February 22, 2005.  Topic: Africa’s Human and Physical Geographies.

 “Forced Displacement and Environmental Change in Africa: Challenging the Received Wisdom,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, November 11 – 14, 2004.  New Orleans, LA. 

“Constructing Differences in African Refugee Policy,” paper presented at the 100th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, March 14 – 19, 2004.  Philadelphia, PA.

“African Refugees and the Geopolitics of Constructing Difference,” paper presented at the African Studies Forum sponsored by the Kansas African Studies Center, March 9th 2004.  Lawrence, KS.

Invited Lecturer for Africa’s Human Geographies, Department of Geography/Department of African and African-American Studies, University of Kansas.  2 weeks, Spring 2003.

“Critical Geopolitics of African Displacement,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Region of the Association of American Geographers, October 3, 2003. Manhattan, KS.

 

GRANTS, HONORS, & SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED

· SOTL Pilot Project (2014 - 2015) 

· University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Faculty Development Research Grant (2010 & 2013) 

· SOTL Peer Mentor Program Participant (2013 - 2014) 

· KU Dissertation Fellowship (2007-2008)   

· Ken Lohrentz Graduate Paper Award, Mid-American Alliance for African Studies (2007)

· Fulbright Fellowship to Zambia (2005-2006)                                       

· AAG Dissertation Research Grant (2005)                                             

· Summer Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS) from Michigan State University to study Chinyanja at the Summer Cooperative African Language Institute (SCALI) at Ohio University (2004)

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

· Association of American Geographers (AAG)          

· African Studies Association                                                       

· Mid-America Alliance for African Studies          

· AAG Specialty Groups: Cultural Geography, Geographic Perspectives on Women, Africa Specialty Group  

 

SERVICE ACTIVITIES AT UW-OSHKOSH

· Enrollment Management Team (2010 – present)                         

· Employee Assistance Program Advisory Board (2010 – present)      

· Advisory Council for Academic Advising (2009 – present)                         

· Emerging Scholars Program Mentor (2010 – present)                                    

· Faculty Grants & Development Research & Teaching Panelist (2012 – present)            

· Geography Department Retention & Recruitment Coordinator (2010 – present)         

· McNair Scholar Mentor (2011 – 2012)                                                       

· Daniel Raaf Scholarship Committee (2011 & 2012)                                      

· Facilitator for Women’s Center Film Series (2011)                                                      

· Diversity and Leadership Conference Planning Committee (2009)                             

· Odyssey Conversations Volunteer (2010)                                                                  

· Geography Department Computer Coordinator (2008 – 2011)                                

· Geographical Bulletin and Gender, Place, & Culture reviewer

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Chinyanja – Intermediate reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension

Silozi – Basic reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension

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