Barney Warf

Professor of Geography
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Dr. Warf is a human geographer with wide-ranging interests. He has studied diverse topics in economic, political and social geography. Running throughout this panoply is his interest in political economy as it pertains to the construction of space and place. He has positioned himself within the discipline at the intersections of traditional economic geography and contemporary social theory. His work straddles traditional quantitative, empirical approaches on the one hand and contemporary, qualitative, theoretical perspectives on the other.


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