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Carrie Mott


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PhD, Geography, University of Kentucky (2016)

MA, Near Eastern Studies, University of Arizona (2009)

BA, Religious Studies, University of Oregon (2004)

AA&S, General Arts and Sciences, Yakima Valley Community College (1998)



I was awarded my PhD from UK in May, 2016 and am now an Instructor at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Please find my Rutgers page with updated information here.

Selected Publications:


Peer Reviewed Publications

Mott C (2016) Feminist Geography, Oxford Bibliographies.

Mott C (2016) The Activist Polis: Topologies of conflict in indigenous solidarity activism, Antipode 48(1).  

The University of Kentucky Critical Pedagogy Working Group, Mott C, Zupan S, R.L., and Debbane´A (2015) Making Space for Critical Pedagogy in the Neoliberal University:  struggles and possibilities”, ACME 14(4): 1260-1282.

Mott C and Roberts S (2014) Not Everyone Has (the) Balls: Urban exploration and the persistence of masculinist geography, Antipode 46(1): 229-245.

Mott C (forthcoming) Geographies of Whiteness, Oxford Bibliographies.


Other Academic Publications

Mott C (2015) Re-living Tucson: geographic fieldwork as an activist-academic. Arizona Anthropologist 24(1): 33-41.

Mott C (2014) Review: Quiet Rumors: An Anarcha-Feminist Reader, by the Dark Star Collective. Human Geography 7(3):  119-121.

Mott C and Roberts S (2013) Difference Really Does Matter:  A Response to Garrett and Hawkins, doi:


  • Chair:  Anna Secor, Geography
  • Sue Roberts, Geography
  • Rich Schien, Geography
  • Francie Chassen-Lopez, History