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Professor Hunter Shobe
Professor Hunter Shobe

Profesor Hunter Shobe recieved his Ph.D. in December of 2005 from University of Oregon. He now teaches a variety of geography courses, largly focusing on the Human Geography courses. 

Research Interests 

Cultural geography, urban geography, cultural cartography, sense of place, urban landscapes, public space in the city, place-based branding/marketing, geographies of graffiti and murals, place-based identities and sport, nationalism

 

Publications & Presentations & Media

David Banis and Hunter Shobe gave an invited talk at the University of Oregon Library Faculty Forum about their book Portlandness: A Cultural Atlas. March 2, 2016 

November 30, 2015 OPB Think Out Loud - Portland in Maps - David Banis and Hunter Shobe

October 28, 2015 - David Banis and Hunter Shobe gave a Portland State of Mind talk about the making of their book Portlandness: A Cultural Atlas.

October 23, 2015 - Hunter Shobe was one of five presenters at PDXTalks, a signature event for Portland State of Mind. 

David Banis and Hunter Shobe (October 2015). Portlandness: A Cultural Atlas, Sasquatch Books, Seattle WA. 

Hunter Shobe and Geoff Gibson (August 2015)."Cascadia rising: Soccer, region, and identity" in Soccer and Society."

Shobe, H. and Banis, D. (2014) Zero Graffiti for a Beautiful City: The Cultural Politics of Urban Space in San Francisco Urban Geography 35:4, 586-607