- GIS | Health & Hazards Lab
- City and Community Studies Initiative
- Center for Ecology and Natural Resource Sustainability
Jim Tyner's research centers on the intersection of political and population geography. His most recent work has addressed war, violence, and genocide. Jim has a regional interest in Southeast Asia; recent travels have taken him to Cambodia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, and China. He is the author of 13 books, including War, Violence, and Population: Making the Body Count, which received the AAG Meridian Book Award for Outstanding Scholarly Contribution to Geography.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Tyner, James A. (2011) Space, Place, and Violence: Violence and the Embodied Geographies of Race, Sex, and Gender (New York: Routledge)
Tyner, James A. and Joshua Inwood, eds. (2011) Nonkilling Geography (Honolulu: Center for Global Nonkilling)
Tyner, James A. (2010) Military Legacies: A World Made by War (New York: Routledge).
Tyner, James A. (2009) War, Violence, and Population: Making the Body Count (New York: Guilford).
Tyner, James A. (2009) The Philippines: Mobilities, Identities, and Globalization (New York: Routledge).
Tyner, James A. (2008) The Killing of Cambodia: Geography, Genocide and the Unmaking of Space (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate).
Tyner, James A. (2007) America's Strategy in Southeast Asia: From the Cold War to the Terror War (Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield Press).
Tyner, James A. (2006) The Business of War: Workers, Warriors and Hostages in Occupied Iraq (Aldershot, UK: Ashghate).
Tyner, James A. (2006) The Geography of Malcolm X: Black Radicalism and the Remaking of American Space (New York: Routledge).
Tyner, James A. (2006) Oriental Bodies: Discourse and Discipline in U.S. Immigration Policy, 1875-1942 (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books).
Tyner, James A. (2005) Iraq, Terror, and the Philippines' Will to War (Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield).
Tyner, James A. (2004) Made in the Philippines: Gendered Discourses and the Making of Migrants (London: RoutledgeCurzon).
- Southeast Asia