Gregg Culver

Gregg Culver, Ph.D.

Gregg Culver has been a research associate in the workgroup Geography of North America since September 2014, where he is also associated with the Heidelberg Center for American Studies. He served as Interim Professor of Economic Geography at the University of Würzburg in the Summer Semester of 2018, and as Interim Professor of the Geography of North America (alongside Dr. Editha Marquardt) in the Winter Semester of 2016.

His research interests lie predominantly in the intersection of sociotheoretical and applied mobilities research, particularly in regard to the sociocultural and political processes that shape mobility. His current Habilitation research project “Mobility and the Making of the Creative City: Neoliberal Urban Restructuring and its Impacts on Mobility, Space and Social (In)Justice”is funded by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft). His regional foci are the United States and Europe.

He received his PhD in Geography from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and his MSc in Metropolitan Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin. He completed his BA in Geography and German with a Certificate in International Education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he also completed a year abroad studying Cultural Sciences at Europa-Universität Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), and a semester abroad studying Foreign Language Instruction at Malmö University, Sweden.

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