Dr. Jeremy Bryson, Assistant Professor



Office: SS 310

Phone: 801-626-6242

Email: jeremybryson@weber.edu


Ph.D.  Geography;  Syracuse University,  2010

M.S.  Earth Sciences; Montana State University,  2006

B.S.  Geography;  Brigham Young University,  2004

Academic Interests

Environment-Society, Urban Geography, American West, Asia, City and Regional Planning

Courses Taught at Weber State University

GEOG 1300 Places & Peoples of the World

GEOG 1000 Natural Environments of the Earth

GEOG 1520 Geography of U.S. & Canada

GEOG 3210 Urban Geography

GEOG 3640 Geography of Asia

GEOG 4410 Sustainable Land Use Planning

Courses Taught at Other Universities

Geography of Asia

Geography of North America

Maps & Map Interpretation

People and Cultures of the World

Introduction to Geography

America and the Global Environment

Human Geography and Global Development

Selected Publications

Bryson, J.  2013.  “The Nature of Gentrification.”  Geography Compass 7: 578-587.

Bryson, J.  2013.  “Greening Urban Renewal: Urban Environmentalism and Green Space on the Spokane Riverfront, 1965-1974.”  Journal of Urban History 39: 495-512.

Bryson, J.  2013. “Smoke Space: Material and Imagined Nature in the Smelter City of Anaconda, Montana.” Journal of Historical Geography 40: 16-23.

Bryson, J.  2012.  “Brownfields Gentrification: Redevelopment Planning and Environmental Justice in Spokane, Washington.” Environmental Justice 5: 26-31.

Bryson, J. and W. Wyckoff.  2010.  “Rural Gentrification and Nature in the Old and New Wests. Journal of Cultural Geography 27: 53-75.

Full CV and Article Downloads available at weber.academia.edu/JeremyBryson