Geography

Edward Jackiewicz

Dr. Edward Jackiewicz
Professor /Urban, Tourism, Migration/Transnationalism
Email:
Phone:
(818) 677-4565
Office location:
Sierra Hall, Room 130-G

Biography

Education

  • Ph.D. 1998, Indiana University
  • M.A. 1993, Temple University
  • B.A. 1983, Arizona State University

Courses Taught

  • GEOG 107: Human Geography
  • GEOG 322: Latin America
  • GEOG 345: Tourism
  • GEOG 351: Urban Geography
  • GEOG 490: Senior Project
  • GEOG 600: Geographic Thought

Selected Publications and Presentations

Publications

2013. Benson, Michaela and Edward L. Jackiewicz. “Questioning ‘The Right to Stay Put’ as an Explanation of the Impact of Lifestyle Migration and Residential Tourism Development.” In G. Curti, J. Craine and S. Aitken (editors) The Fight to Stay Put. Verstag Publishers.

2012. Jackiewicz, Edward L. and Fernando J. Bosco (editors). Placing Latin America: Contemporary Themes in Geography, 2nd edition. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

2012. Bosco, Fernando and Edward L. Jackiewicz. “Introduction.” In E. Jackiewicz and F. Bosco (editors) Placing Latin America: Contemporary Themes in Geography, 2nd Edition. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers: 1-10.

2012. Jackiewicz, Edward L. and Fernando Bosco. “The Making of a Region: Five Hundred Years of Change from Within and Without.” In E. Jackiewicz and F. Bosco (editors) Placing Latin America: Contemporary Themes in Geography, 2nd Edition. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers: 31-44.

2012. Jackiewicz, Edward L. and Linda Quiquivix. “Cycles of Economic Change: Political Economy from Neocolonialism to the Bolivarian Revolution.” In E. Jackiewicz and F. Bosco (editors) Placing Latin America: Contemporary Themes in Geography, 2nd Edition. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers: 45-56.

2012. Jackiewicz, Edward L. and Thomas Klak. “Mass and Alternative Tourisms in Latin America and the Caribbean. In E. Jackiewicz and F. Bosco (editors) Placing Latin America: Contemporary Themes in Geography, 2nd Edition. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers: 97-114.

2009. Jackiewicz, Edward L. and James Craine. “Scales of Resistance: Billy Bragg and the Creation of Activist Spaces.” In O. Johansson and T. Bell (editors) Sound, Society and the Geography of Popular Music. Ashgate Publishers: 33-51.

2008.   Jackiewicz, Edward L. and Fernando J. Bosco (editors). Placing Latin America: Contemporary Themes in Human Geography.  Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

2008    Bosco, Fernando and Edward L. Jackiewicz. “Introduction: A Roadmap to Placing Latin America”.  In Jackiewicz, Edward L. and Fernando J. Bosco (editors). Placing Latin America: Contemporary Themes in Human Geography.  Rowman and Littlefield Publishers: 1-15.

2008.   Jackiewicz, Edward L. and Linda Quiquivix. “Eras and Errors: A Historical and Geographical Overview of Latin America’s Economic and Political Development.”   In Jackiewicz, Edward L. and Fernando J. Bosco (editors). Placing Latin America: Contemporary Themes in Human Geography.  Rowman and Littlefield Publishers: 17-30.

2008.  Davenport, John and Edward L. Jackiewicz. “Spaces of Tourism.”  In Jackiewicz, Edward L. and Fernando J. Bosco (editors). Placing Latin America: Contemporary Themes in Human Geography.  Rowman and Littlefield Publishers: 97-114.

2007.   Curti, Giorgio, John Davenport and Edward Jackiewicz. “Life Between the Stars: To Dwell and Consume in Hollywood, California.  Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Yearbook, 69: 45-73.

Presentations

2013.   April. “You Better Belize It: Multiple Places and Faces of Lifestyle Migration.” California Geographical Society 67th Annual Conference. San Luis Obispo, CA.

2013.   April. “Lifesstyle Migration: The Differentiated Belizean Experience.” GE Path Symposium. California State University, Northridge.

2011.   April. “Opposing Views on Lifestyle Migration.” California Geographical Society 65th Annual Conference. Bishop, CA.

2010.   December. “The Inner Fringe of the Outer City.” Spaces and Flows Conference. UCLA.

2010.   January. “Lifestyle Migration to Central America: ‘Boom and Bust’, Sustainable Growth or ???” Theorizing Lifestyle Migration: Conceptual Approaches for the Study of Leisure Oriented Movements and Residential Tourism. An International Workshop hosted by the Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales. Madrid, Spain.

2009.   October. “Reassessing the Role of Parks as Public Space. ” The Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 72nd Meeting. San Diego, CA.

2009.   March. “Destination Panama: An Examination of the Retirement, Tourism, and Foreign Exchange Nexus.” The Association of American Geographers 105th Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV.

2008.   April. “Teaching Latin American Geography.” Panelist. The Association of American Geographers 104th Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.

2007.   October. “Getting the Most out of Graduate School.” Panelist. The
Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 70th Annual Meeting. Long Beach, CA.

2007.   April. “Place and the Politics of Memory”. Discussant.  The Association of American Geographers 103rd Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.

2007.   April. “Tourism Data Requirements.” Panelist.  The Association of
American Geographers 103rd Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Research and Interests

Tourism, Lifestyle Migration, Urban Geography with a regional focus on Latin America and the Caribbean.