Pablo S. Bose is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at UVM which he joined in 2008. His primary expertise is in the areas of migration, urban geography, and environmental and social justice. He teaches courses on race and ethnicity in the US, comparative immigration experiences in Canada and the US, international development, population displacement, and natural disasters, the geography of South Asia, transnationalism, migration and globalization, and environmental cultural studies. He has a wide range of research interests including current projects on refugee resettlement in the non-traditional destinations in the US, environmental displacement across the globe, food security in both local and international contexts, and transportation and mobility for underserved populations. This site includes descriptions and output from several of these projects, on themes and topics including environment and development, immigration and global cities, and refugee experiences in North America.
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Dr. Bose is also a member of the following:
- UVM Transportation Research Center
- UVM Canadian Studies
- UVM Asian Studies
- UVM Global and Regional Studies
- UVM Food Systems
- UVM Center for Research on Vermont
- Refugee Research Network
- International Network on Displacement and Resettlement
- Urban Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers
- Center for Refugee Studies, York University