Andrew R. Bodman Collection
Western Collection: Bodman, A. (Box)
A teacher and scholar specializing in political and urban geography, and a higher education administrator, Andrew R. Bodman was born in England on May 1, 1948. He was educated at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University, where he received a B.A. (Hons.) in 1970 and a M.A. in 1973. Also in 1973, he received a M.A. in geography, followed in 1978 by the Ph.D. at The Ohio State University. His Ph.D. dissertation was entitled Residential Mobility and Residential Choice: Conceptual Model and Empirical Analysis. He has held academic positions at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, and University of Vermont. As a higher education administrator, he served successively starting in 1995 as Vice Provost, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Vice Provost for Research, Dean of the Graduate College, and Senior Vice Provost (Budget and Strategic Planning) at the University of Vermont. In 1999, he was named Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Western Washington University, where he also holds an academic appointment as Professor of Geography in the Huxley College of the Environment.
Scope & Content Note
The collection consists of off-prints and photocopies of articles and other published contributions in the fields of geography and political science. The Collection is ongoing, with the first work published in 1979.
Notes on Arrangement
The collection is organized into three folders housed in one box, with the first folder containing the curriculum vitae. The articles are arranged chronologically by date of publication starting with the second folder. The arrangement is by Special Collections.
The collection is acquired and assembled by Special Collections on behalf of Andrew R. Bodman for The Western Collection.
Some of the material in this Collection may be under copyright.
"Andrew R. Bodman" [Curriculum vitae (September 2002)]
Bodman, Andrew R. "Household Preferences and Residential Choice." Proceedings New England -St. Lawrence Valley Geographical Society 8 (1979): 30-38.
Bodman, Andrew R. "Representation and Electioneering." Area 12 (1980): 324-326.
Bodman, A. R. "Alternative." British Politics Group Newsletter 29 (1982): 15-17.
Bodman, A. R. "Measuring Political Change." Environment and Planning A 14 (1982): 33-48.
Bodman, Andrew R. "Academic Origins." Geographical perspectives 50 (1982): 43-49.
Bodman, A. R. "The Neighbourhood Effect: a Test of the Butler-Stokes Model." British Journal of Political Science 13 (1983): 243-249.
Bodman, Andrew R. "Regional Trends in Electoral Support in Britain, 1950-1983." Professional Geographer (37): 288-295.
Bodman, Andrew R. "Geography on the Circumference." Journal of Geography 85 (1986): 7-11.
Bodman, Andrew R. Rev. of The West European City: A Social Geography, by Paul White. Annals Association of American Geographers 76 (1986): 294-296.
Bodman, A. R. "Habeamus Corpus: A Reply to Johnston and Taylor." Professional Geographer 39 (1987): 64-65.
Bodman, A. R. "In plain cite." Area 19 (1987): 284-287.
Bodman, A. R. "Patterns of Influence in Contemporary Human Geography in North America." Proceedings New England-St. Lawrence Valley Geographical Society 18 (1989): 7-13.
Bodman, Andrew R. "Weavers of Influence: the Structure of Contemporary Geographic Research." Transactions Institute of British Geographers ns 16 (1991): 21-37.
Bodman, Andrew R. "Holes in the Fabric: More on the Master Weavers in Human Geography." Transactions Institute of British Geographers ns 17 (1992): 108-109.
Bodman, A. R. "Cite Without Situation: On the Artless Construction of Influence in Human Geography." Area 24 (1992): 318-320.
Bodman, Andrew R. "Binding Ties or Scattered Fragments? The Structure of Contemporary Research in Human Geography." Proceedings New England-St. Lawrence Valley Geographical Society 24 (1995): 34-53.
Bodman, Andrew R. Commentary 2 on "Contributions to the Recent Development and Influence of Human Geography: What Citation Analysis Suggests," by J. W. R. Whitehead. Progress in Human Geography 26 (2002): 511-519.