Mark CaldwellMark Caldwell

Sociology PhD Dissertator/Lecturer

Office:  Bolton Hall, Room 718
E-mail:  mac4@uwm.edu
Vita (pdf)

Fall Semester Office Hours (Sept. 2–Dec. 11, 2014): 
Mondays & Wednesdays 2:00–3:00 and by appointment

Areas of Interest:

Urban institutions and racial inequality, critical GIS and knowledge production through mapping mediums, agri-food systems and commodity fetishism, organizational processes and cultural codes within food production schemes

Teaching Schedule

Fall 2014: Sociol 103-001: World Society (pdf)
Spring 2014:  Sociol 235-001: Social Change in the Global Society (pdf)

Publication

 
 

Mark Caldwell, Woonsup Choi, Chulsue Hwang. “The Spatial and Socioeconomic Features of Drop-off Site for CSA Farms within the Milwaukee Metro Area,” a peer-reviewed article in The Geographical Journal of Korea, 44, 3, 2010: 281-288.

Professional Presentations

Single Author Presentation, “The Sacred Act and the Christian Crusader: Terror in the Singular.” Midwest Sociological Society Conference. Minneapolis, MN 2012

Single Author Presentation, “Basemapping the Globe: Creating a New Visual Communication Medium.” Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference. Milwaukee, WI 2011

Single Author Presentation, “Basemapping the Globe: Creating a New Visual Communication Medium.” International Conference on the Constructed Environment. Chicago, IL 2011 

Single Author Presentation, “Finding Hidden Wells on Food Desert Islands: Concentrated Poverty, Racial Composition and Providing New Dietary Options.” University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Urban Studies Forum. 2011

Single Author Presentation, “Basemapping the Globe: Creating a New Visual Communication Medium.” Midwest Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference. Milwaukee, WI 2011

Single Author Presentation, “Doubling the Green Investment: How PPGIS can strengthen the food web.” Wisconsin Land Information Association Conference. Madison, WI 2011

Single Author Presentation, "Data Collection Methods and Establishing Digital Drop off Sites for CSA Farms Within the Milwaukee Metro Area." International Conference on Health, Wellness and Society. Berkeley, CA 2011