James Baginski

James Baginski

Interim Instructor

Columbine Hall, 2020

Areas of Interest

  • Economic geography
  • Urban social issues
  • Human-environment interaction in the American West
  • Geography education

Courses Taught

  • World Regional Geography (GES 1980)
  • Intro to Human Geography (GES 1990)

Education

  • Ph.D., Geography, Ohio State University (2014)
  • M.S., Geography, University of Tennessee (2008)
  • B.A., Geography, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2005)

Selected Publication

  • Baginski, J., Sui, D.Z., and Malecki, E.J. 2014. Exploring the intraurban digital divide using volunteered geographic information (VGI): A case study in Franklin County, Ohio. The Professional Geographer 66(3): 443-455
  • Baginski, J., and Bell, T. 2011. Under-tapped? An analysis of craft brewing in the southern United States. The Southeastern Geographer 51(1): 165-185.
  • Baginski, J., and Biermann, C. 2010. Montana On the Fly: A State Hooked on Trout. FOCUS On Geography 54(4): 142-147.