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Dr. Medlicott came to the NKU Department of History and Geography in 2005. Prior to coming to NKU, Dr. Medlicott completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Dartmouth College and taught at the University of Southern California. Her teaching and research interests are broad, including both human-environmental geography and East Asian studies. Much of her current research focuses on historical geographies of the North American frontier and of early American religious groups. Dr. Medlicott is widely published on a range of topics in cultural and historical geography. She is the editor of Communal Societies, a peer-reviewed journal.
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Dr. Metz focuses his teaching and research on how people interact with both their bio-physical and socio-economic environments, because environmental decisions are made by political and economic actors, not scientists. He features environmental issues in his introductory and upper division classes. Recent research projects find Dr. Metz dealing with issues of both local and international environments. He has been studying the farmers markets of greater Cincinnati, and in 2016 he returned to a Nepali village he studied in 1986 to both document changes in the community and conduct additional research.