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Department of Geography
Cooper Life Science Building
Room CL 425
Muncie, IN 47306
Steven Radil is an assistant professor of geography and arrived at Ball State in 2011. His research, situated largely within political and urban geography, revolves around issues of politics at multiple scales; particularly involving territoriality, social networks, and other spatialities of political power. His current research is on the processes of the diffusion of war, focusing on the cases of World War I and the recent wars in the Great Lakes region of sub-Saharan Africa. He also has an interest in qualitative GIS and other types of geographic technologies, particularly as they may pertain to a community scale politics of peace. At Ball State, he teaches Geography of International Conflict (GEOG 270), Urban Geography (GEOG 321), Political Geography (GEOG 470/570), Introduction to GIS (GEOG 265), and GIS Workshop (GEOG 448/548). His research has been published most recently in the Annals of the Association of American Geographers, the Journal of Quantitative Criminology, and Eurasian Geography and Economics. He earned his PhD in geography from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2011.
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