I work at the intersection of home, mobility, and militarization. I'm interested in archaeological discourses and nationalism, the cultural landscapes of the Cold War, and the spatial uncanny.
Cristopher Livecchi, co-author and instructor for GEOG 571: Intelligence Analysis, Cultural Geography, and Homeland Security, joined Penn State’s Online Geospatial Education team in 2021. He has scholarly interests in landscapes of the Cold War, terrorism and historic preservation, and uncanny spaces. Cristopher has a BA in anthropology from Rutgers University, an MS in criminal justice from Northeastern, a MA in geography (SUNY Albany), and a PhD in geography from Penn State, where his dissertation research focused on how military youth construct ideas of home in the context of militarized mobility.
Upcoming Course Offerings
|Spring 1, 2024||GEOG 571: Intelligence Analysis, Cultural Geography, and Homeland Security|