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Hannah C. Gunderman



Media geographies, cross-cultural circulation, emotional geographies

Educational Background:

  • BS, Geography, University of Wyoming, 2011
  • MA, Geography/Natural Resource Management, University of Wyoming, 2014
  • PhD, Geography, University of Tennessee, 2014-Present (expected graduation May 2018)

Courses Taught:

Instructor of Record:

  • GEOG 121: Introduction to Human Geography
  • GEOG 1030: Introduction to Cultural Geography

Lab Instructor:

  • GEOG 131: Weather, Climate, and Climate Change
  • GEOG 132: Landscapes and Environmental Change
  • GEOG 1010: Introduction to Physical Geography


  • Rhodes III, M., Davidson, F., and Gunderman, Hannah C. (2017). “Introduction: Special Issue on the Geographies of Star Trek.” Geographical Bulletin 58(1), 1-7. PR
  • Gunderman, Hannah C. (2017). “Popular Geopolitics of Peace in Star Trek: De-Villainizing the Cardassians, Antagonists of the Alpha Quadrant.” Geographical Bulletin 58(1), 51-62. PR
  • Gunderman, H.C, and Harty, J.P. (2017). “‘The Music Never Stopped’: Naming Businesses as a Method for Remembering the Grateful Dead.” Journal of Cultural Geography, DOI:10.1080/08873631.2016.1264073. PR
  • Alderman, D., Gunderman, H.C. and G’Segner Alderman, D. “Graceland Graffiti: Elvis Fans as Place-Makers and Memory Agents.” Published online in Sacred Matters: Religious Currents in Culture on August 13, 2015.

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