I am a Professor in the Department of Geography. I joined OSU in 2001 as an Assistant Professor. I was promoted to Associate Professor in 2007 and to Professor in 2013.
I have a PhD in Geography from the University of Oregon (2001), an MS in Environmental Studies from the University of Oregon (1996), and a BA in Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz (1991).
My research and teaching are in nature-society geography, political ecology, and science studies, with a recent focus on chemical geographies, biopolitics of toxicity, and production of knowledge and regulatory science in the Anthropocene.
More about my research, publications, and teaching are on the other tabs. Here I highlight one paper: It’s time to recognize how men’s careers benefit from sexually harassing women in academia. Human Geography 12(1): 82-87. Mansfield B, K McSweeney, R Lave, A Bonds, J Cockburn, M Domosh, T Hamilton, R Hawkins, A Hessl, D Munroe, D Ojeda, and C Radel. 2019.