Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
John Paul Henry is a PhD aspirant studying political geography, slow violence, and critical geopolitics. He uses collaborative and photographic methodologies to elicit forms of agency, embodied experience, and resistance in relation to slow violence and discourse.
Henry, John Paul (2019) Data Storytelling Workbook. “Photodrive: Co-Navigating Rural Geographies of Slow Violence.” Routledge. In Press.
“Using Mixed Photo-Based Methods to Elicit Rural, Toxic Places of Slow Violence,” Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April 3
“Place Attachment and Cuban Revolutionary Symbolism,” Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Graduate Research Symposium, April 23
Pierre A. Stouse Jr. Memorial Award. Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and the Department of Geography and Atmospheric Sciences.
Research Excellence Initiative (REI). University of Kansas College of Liberal Arts and Sciences