Dr. Jeremy Bryson, Assistant Professor
Office: LH 362
Ph.D. in geography, Syracuse University, 2010
M.S. in earth sciences, Montana State University, 2006
B.S. in geography, Brigham Young University, 2004
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
- 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