Coinciding with a Spring 2022 class co-taught by Dr. Kerry Banazek (NMSU English) and Dr. Eric Magrane (NMSU Geography), the presentation below is part of Magrane and Banazek's exploration of sense of place, media, mapping, and representation; part of the NEH-sponsored "Critical Approaches to Place" project.

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Past Stories:

Dr. Eric Magrane will read from a series of poems that engage with narratives of climate change and the Anthropocene on Tues. 3/23/2021.


Studio_dividers_line-dot_dark-crimson.png Dr. Eric Magrane, in collaboration with Dr. Kerry Banazek in NMSU English, received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for their project “Critical Approaches to Place: Teaching Narrative Mapping in Southern New Mexico”! 


Dr. Eric Magrane presented at a "STEAM" event hosted by Monterey Peninsula College.  6&6 is a collaboration between artists and scientists to explore the patterns and processes of the Sonoran Desert and Gulf of California. This united approach aims to impart a deeper appreciation of this region.

Photos of Sarah Clark, Eric Magrane and Ben Wilder.


Terrain.org just published a conversation between Craig Santos Perez and DR. ERIC MAGRANE titled "Inscriptions of Power Upon the Land: Craig Santos Perez and Eric Magrane in Conversation":


Dayna Dominguez, has accepted a position in the  NMSU RISE postdoctorate program. Her mentor is Dr. Michaela Buenemann, geography associate professor. Welcome Dr. Dominguez!