Associate Professor
Trinity University, BA
New School for Social Research, MA
University of Texas, Austin, 1999, MA, PhD

 

I bring the insights of feminist political ecology and the sensibilities of an ethnographer to bear on nature conservation, border security, and militarization. My work seeks to foster conversations between feminist geopolitics, critical race theory, posthumanism, political ecology, and Latin American Studies. My current project examines the environmental dimensions of United States’ border security policies in the United States-Mexico borderlands, with a specific focus on protected areas like national wildlife refuges.

2015

COLLARD, R., DEMPSEY, J. and SUNDBERG, J. 2015 ‘A Manifesto for Abundant Futures’ Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105(2), 322-330

 

2014

SUNDBERG, J. 2014 ‘Decolonizing posthumanist geographies’ cultural geographies 21(1), 33–47

 

2013

SUNDBERG, J. 2013 ‘Prayer & promise along the migrant trail in the Sonora Desert’ Geographical Review, Special Issue, Creative Geographies, S. Marston and S. de Leeuw (eds) 103(2), 230-233

SUNDBERG, J. 2013 ‘Delimiting Democracy: Witnessing Along the US-Mexico Borderlands’ in K. Till et al. ‘Interventions in the political geographies of walls’ Political Geography 33, 52–62

 

2011

SUNDBERG, J. 2011 ‘Diabolic Caminos in the Desert & Cat Fights on the Río: A post-humanist political ecology of boundary enforcement in the United States-Mexico borderlands’ Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101(2), 318-336

Winter 2018
No GEOG course(s) were found for W2018 term.Winter 2018
No GEOG course(s) were found for W2018 term.Winter 2018
No GEOG course(s) were found for W2018 term.Winter 2018
No GEOG course(s) were found for W2018 term.