Department of Geography
Office: 344 Murray Hall
|Ph.D.||Geography||University of Kansas||2015|
|M.A.||Geography||Kent State University||2010|
|B.A.||Geography||University of New Hampshire||2008|
AREAS OF INTEREST:
• Economic Geography and Consumption
• Social Media
• Political and Media Geographies
• Middle East
PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE:
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Geography
Oklahoma State University, 2015 - Present.
Fekete, Emily. 2015. The shifting nature of cyberwar in the Middle East. CyberOrient. 9:1.
Fekete, Emily. 2015. Race and (online) sites of consumption. Geographical Review. 105:4, 472-491.
Fekete, Emily. 2014. Consumption and the Urban Hierarchy in the Southeastern United States. Southeastern Geographer. 54:3, 249–269.
Fekete, Emily. 2014. ‘I know I’m home when I have one’: The cultural significance of the Garbage Plate of Rochester, NY. Material Culture. 46:1, 25-43.
Shears, Andrew and Emily Fekete. 2014. Re-Constructing the Map: NBC’s Geographic Imagination and the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 London Olympics. Sociological Research Online. 19:1.
Fekete, Emily and Barney Warf. 2013. Information Technology and the Arab Spring. Arab World Geographer. 16:2, 210-227.
The Association of American Geographers (AAG)
American Geographical Society (AGS)