Jordan Brasher
TitleCited byYear
Applying critical race and memory studies to university place naming controversies: Toward a responsible landscape policy
JP Brasher, DH Alderman, JFJ Inwood
Papers in Applied Geography 3 (3-4), 292-307, 2017
Narrating Space/Spatializing Narrative: Where Narrative Theory and Geography Meet
JP Brasher
The AAG Review of Books 5 (3), 180-182, 2017
The use of place and geography to market wine in Oklahoma
AJ Mathews, JP Brasher
Journal of wine research 27 (4), 300-321, 2016
Contesting the Confederacy: Mobile Memory and the Making of Black Geographies in Brazil
J Brasher
FOCUS on Geography 62, 2019
Land surface heterogeneity and tornado occurrence: an analysis of Tornado Alley and Dixie Alley
AE Frazier, BL Hemingway, JP Brasher
Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk 10 (1), 1475-1492, 2019
Was Tulsa’s Brady Street really renamed? Racial (in) justice, memory-work and the neoliberal politics of practicality
JP Brasher, DH Alderman, A Subanthore
Social & Cultural Geography, 1-22, 2018
California mission landscapes: race, memory, and the politics of heritage
JP Brasher
Journal of Cultural Geography 35 (1), 152-154, 2018
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