• Society, Space, and Social Justice: The Geographies of Intersectionality – Book project with colleague Vandana Wadhwa  and a group of critical geographers on emerging inequality and injustice issues in various geographic regions. Contracted by Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group. Expected publication in 2019.
  • Global Intelligence Priorities (from the Perspective of the United States) – Book project co-editing with colleague John Weaver and Geography and Intelligence Analysis students. Contracted by NOVA Science Publication. Expected publication date by July 1, 2019.
  • Equal Justice GIS Project – Research project with York County Courthouse Self-Help Center since fall 2015 and present. The research project focuses on designing and building GIS database, mapping, and conducting spatial analyses in support of the Center’s quarterly and annual reports and proposal for funding.
  • Shaded Coffee in the Highlands of Nicaragua – Research Project with Samuel Estrada, International Relations major and Geography minor, on the land use land cover change of coffee estate and other agro-diversification and subsequent  environmental impacts and local local rural livelihood. Expected publication in 2019.
  • Peace Atlas Project with a group of geographers developing an electronic peace atlas that generate, collect, and disseminate maps, graphics, and other tables about peace, conflict resolution and peace/social justice initiatives, referenda, policies, and strategies at local, regional,  interregional, and international scales. More information can be found at