Weiser, Elizabeth, John Low, Kenneth D. Madsen. 2019. One Site, Many Interpretations: Managing Heritage at an Ancient American Site. In Museums, Memory, and Place. Ann Davis and Kirsten Smeds (eds.). London: Routledge.
Madsen, Kenneth D. and D.B. Ruderman. 2016. Robert Frost’s ambivalence: Borders and boundaries in poetic and political discourse. Political Geography. 55: 82-91. [DOI]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 2015. Research dissonance. Geoforum. 65: 192-200. [DOI]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 2015. Graffiti, art, and advertising: re-scaling claims to space at the edges of the nation-state. Geopolitics. 20 (1): 95-120. [DOI]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 2014 Contextualizing cultural landscapes and political geography with montage. you are here. XXVI: 42-45. [link]
Madsen Kenneth. D. 2014. A basis for bordering: land, migration, and inter-Tohono O’odham distinction along the U.S.-Mexico Line, in Jones, R. and Johnson, C. (Eds) Placing the Border in Everyday Life. Ashgate, London, pp. 93-116. [link]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 2014. The alignment of local borders. Territory, Politics, Governance. 2 (1): 52-71. [DOI]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 2014. Blue Indians: teaching the political geography of imperialism with fictional film. Journal of Geography. 113 (2): 47-57. [DOI]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 2011. Barriers of the US-Mexico border as landscapes of domestic political compromise. cultural geographies. 18 (4): 547-556. [DOI]
Soto-Berelov, Mariela and Kenneth D. Madsen. 2011. Continuity and distinction in land cover across a rural stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border. Human Ecology. 39 (4): 509-526. [DOI]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 2008. Indigenous research, publishing, and intellectual property. American Indian Culture and Research Journal. 32 (3): 89-105. [link]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 2007. Local impacts of the balloon effect of border law enforcement. Geopolitics. 12 (2): 280-298. [DOI]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 2005. A Nation Across Nations: The Tohono O’odham and the U.S.-Mexico Border. Ph.D. Dissertation, Arizona State University. [link]
Madsen, Kenneth D. and Ton van Naerssen. 2003. Migration, identity, and belonging. Journal of Borderlands Studies. 18 (1): 61-75. [DOI]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 2002. Writing for non-geographers: lessons from the J.B. Jackson Prize. Geographical Review. 92 (1): 63-72. [DOI]
Madsen, Kenneth D. 1999. The U.S.-Mexico Border Fencescape Along the Arizona-Sonora Boundary. M.A. Thesis, Arizona Sate University. [link]
Arreola, Daniel D. and Kenneth Madsen. 1999. Variability of tourist attraction on an international boundary: Sonora, Mexico border towns. Visions in Leisure and Business. 17 (4): 19-31.
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