Senior Fellow, St John’s College
225 St John’s College
I have been a human geographer in the Department since 2001, arriving from an assistant professor position held since 1997 at California State University, Chico. My principal areas of research are in family, gender and social /cultural geography.
GEOG 1280 Introduction to Human Geography
GEOG 2570 Geography of Canada
GEOG 3870 Food Geographies
GEOG 4280 / 7000 Gender and the Human Environment
GEOG4670 Cultural Landscapes Field School in NE Italy (Extended Education) – co-taught with Dr. Iain Davidson-Hunt (NRI) in May 2010.
Books and Chapters in Books:
Hallman, Bonnie C. (2010) (ed.) Family Geographies: The Spatiality of Families and Family Life. Oxford University Press: Toronto ON.
Hallman, B.C. and S.M.P. Benbow (2010) ‘Seeing if you can capture the one that just makes it’: Placing family life through family zoo photography. Chapter 1 in Hallman, Bonnie C. (2010) (ed.) Family Geographies: The Spatiality of Families and Family Life. Oxford University Press: Toronto ON. Pp. 10-30.
Hallman, B.C. (2007) A ‘Family-Friendly’ Place: Place identity, leisure and wellbeing – the zoo as therapeutic landscape. Chapter 9 in A. Williams (ed.) Therapeutic Landscapes: Advances and Applications. Ashgate Publishing Limited: Aldershot, UK. Pp. 133-145.
Hallman, B. C. and S.M.P. Benbow (under review) Family Photographs at the Zoo: Intentions, Meanings, and ‘Doings’ Social and Cultural Geography.
Hallman, B.C., Menec, V., Keefe, J. and E. Gallagher (2008) Making small towns age-friendly: what seniors say needs attention in the built environment. Plan Canada 48(3): 18-21.
Benbow, S.M.P. and B.C. Hallman (2008) Reading the zoo map: cultural heritage insights from popular cartography. International Journal of Heritage Studies 14(1): 30-42.
Articles in Progress:
Hallman, B.C., Where the Self Meets the Social: Media, Memories and Disney’s ‘Let the Dreams Begin’ Campaign. The Canadian Geographer / Social and Cultural Geography.
Hallman, B.C., McKendrick, K. and S.M.P. Benbow. Memorializing the Bear: Landscapes of Animal Commemoration.