Dr. Jason Dittmer
Dr Jason Dittmer
Department of Geography
University College London
26 Bedford Way, Room G19
London WC1H 0AP
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7679 0565
I am on fellowship for the 2013-2014 school year and only occasionally available for appointments.
Editorial Board Member: ; ; ; The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship;
I am the author of Captain America and the Nationalist Superhero: Metaphors, Narratives, and Geopolitics (Temple University Press, 2013), (Rowman and Littlefield, 2010) and the co-editor of (Ashgate, 2010).
Please contact me if you are interested in conducting PhD study in any of the following topics, or if you have an innovative and different idea in which you think I might be interested:
- Geopolitics, critical and materialist
- Critical approaches to diplomatic studies
- Geographies of media, especially comic books
- Religion and (geo)politics
Reader in Human Geography, Department of Geography, University College London
Lecturer in Human Geography, Department of Geography, University College London
Assistant Professor of Human Geography, Department of Geology and Geography, Georgia Southern University
Post-graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, UCL
PhD in Geography, Florida State University
MA in International Affairs, Florida State University
BA in Political Science/International Studies, Jacksonville University
- Global Geographies (Geopolitics module)
- Political Geography and Geopolitics (team-taught)
- Popular Culture and Geopolitics (offered in alternate years)
- Approaches to Globalisation
- Issues in Globalisation
- Visual Methods lecture in Social Science Research Methods
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My current AHRC-funded research on diplomacy is being conducted in collaboration with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, producing (with Fiona McConnell) a green paper and feeding into their 'First Class Foreign Policy' initiative.
Matthew Kimberley: 'Mapping the Marvel Universe: the role of imagined geographical communities and landscapes in American national identity formation'
Sam Page: 'Becoming Labour: Renewing electoral geography through assemblage theory'