Andria Lynn Blackwood
Department of Geography
11:00 am – 12:15 pm Mondays and Wednesdays
My research primarily concerns the social structure of urban spaces and the role of neighborhoods in mediating a variety of outcomes linked to race, gender, social class, community capacity and civic engagement. My research primarily concerns the social structure of urban spaces and the role of neighborhoods in mediating a variety of outcomes linked to race, gender, social class, community capacity and civic engagement.
Urban Geography Social Inequalities Ethnicity Gender Race and Social Class data analysis Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
- Blackwood, Andria and David Purcell. 2014. “Curating Inequality: The Link between Cultural Reproduction and Race in the Visual Arts.”Sociological Inquiry 84(2): 238-263.
- Blackwood, Andria, Alec Boros, Tessa Smith and Adam Donnelly. 2016. “AWOL Behavior within a Community-based Correctional Facility (CBCF): Connecting Risk Factors and Influences with Masculinity.” Journal of Community Corrections 25(2): 5-14.
- The Nora Henry Award for the Advancement of Women in Geography 2016
- Kent State University Graduate Student Senate Research Grant Award Fall 2015
- Teaching Award for Excellence in Accessibility – Kent State University April 2015
- The Isenogle Graduate Award for Outstanding Achievement in Geography and Dedication to Academics – Kent State University 2015
- Race, Ethnicity and Place VII Student Poster Competition, Second Place 2014
- The Elaine Mae Schock Award for Outstanding Masters Student in Sociology – Kent State University 2012
- The James Fleming Memorial Award in Theory 2009: Most distinguished paper in social theory May 1, 2009 “Social Networks in Cyberspace: Reification and Commodification of Identity”