Mark M. Miller
Professor of Geography
B.S. 1978 University of Maryland
M.I.S. 1981 Thunderbird School of Global Management
Ph.D. 1988 University of Arizona
- GHY 101 World Regional Geography
- GHY 341 Geography and World Political Affairs
- GHY 350 Economic Geography
- GHY 489 Caribbean Studies
- I also teach graduate seminars in rural development, environmental justice, qualitative research methods, and post-hurricane recovery.
Economic and area development, Low income and rural populations, Qualitative Research Methods, Video Ethnogeography, Tourism, Caribbean
Tourism-based development, economic development theory, alleviation of poverty regions, the Caribbean basin.
Economic development for low-income communities, the U.S. South, Cuba and the Caribbean.