UBC Geography Alumna Wins Julian Minghi Distinguished Book Award


Governing Transboundary Waters: Canada, the United States and Indigenous Communities (Routledge), a book written by UBC Geography alumna (PhD ’09), Dr. Emma Norman won the Julian Minghi Distinguished Book Award for best book in Political Geography through the American Association of Geographers. This is the second time that the award has been given to a member of the UBC Geography community- the first was Derek Gregory in 2008.


Emma Norman is the current Chair of the Native Environmental Science Program at Northwest Indian College in Washington.

Photo courtesy of Emma Norman