Critical tourism geography, mobility, race & ethnic studies, indigenous geographies
- BA in Geography/Biology, University of Mary Washington, 2014
- MS in Geography, Ohio University, 2016
- GEOG 101 World Regional Geography (Fall 2017/2018, Spring 2018/2019)
- GEOG 131 Weather, Climate, and Climate Change (Laboratory Instructor) (Fall 2016/ 2019)
- Bottone, E. (Forthcoming). “’Please Mention the Green Book:’ The Negro Motorist Green Bookas Critical GIS.” In Historical Geography, GIScience, and Text: Mapping Landscapes of Time and Place, eds. C. Travis and F. Ludlow. Springer.
- Alderman, D.H., K. Williams, and E. Bottone. (2019). “Jim Crow Journey Stories: African American Driving as Emotional Labor.” Tourism Geographies.
- Bottone, E., D.H. Alderman, and J. Inwood. (2018). “The ‘Unmarked and Unremarked’ Memories of the National Mall: Resurrection City and the Unreconciled History of the Civil Rights Movement as Radical Place-Making.” In Rhetorics Haunting the National Mall: Displaced and Ephemeral Public Memories, ed. Roger Aden. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 71-92.
- Bottone, E. and T. Anderson. (2017). “National Discourses Materialized: Early Settlement and Land Tenure in Perry County, Ohio, 1801-1842.” Historical Geography45: 152-171.