Dr. Amy Potter
- Geog 1100 World Regional Geography
- Geog 2120 Cultural Geography
- Geog 3111 Physical Geography
- B.S. in Journalism, minor in Geography, University of Kansas
- M.A. in Geography, University of Kansas
- Ph.D. in Geography, Louisiana State University
- Human Geography of the Caribbean, African Diaspora, Migration, Communication Geography, Food Security (backyard gardens), and U.S. Plantations.
- Caribbean: especially Haiti, Antigua and Barbuda. U.S.: Louisiana
Peer Reviewed Articles
- DeLyser, D. and A. E. Potter, with J. Chaney, S. Crider, I. Debnam, G. Hanks, C. D. Hotard, E. A. Modlin, M. Pfeiffer, and J. Seemann. 2013. Teaching qualitative methods using group-based interviews and coding assignments. Journal of Geography, 112:1, 18-28
- Potter, A. E. and A. Sluyter. 2012. Barbuda: A Caribbean Island in Transition. Focus on Geography. Winter 2012.
- Potter, A.E. and A. Sluyter. 2010. Renegotiating Barbuda’s Commons: Recent Changes in Barbudan Open-Range Cattle Herding.Journal of Cultural Geography 27 (2): 129-150.
- Potter, A. E. 2009. Voodoo, Zombies, and Mermaids: U.S. Newspaper Coverage of Haiti in 2004. Geographical Review, 99 (2): 208-230.
Perdikaris, Sophia, Katherine Hejtmanek, Rebecca Boger, Jennifer Adams, Amy E. Potter, and John Mussington. Forthcoming. “The Tools and Technologies of Transdisciplinary Climate Change Research and Community Empowerment in Barbuda.” Anthropology News. February 2013 http://www.anthropology-news.
org/index.php/2013/02/06/the- tools-and-technologies-of-tran sdisciplinary-climate-change- research-and-community- empowerment-in-barbuda/
- Potter, A. E. Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Caribbean Encyclopedia, edited by John Garrigus. Facts on File.
- Potter, A. E. Port-au-Prince. Caribbean Encyclopedia, edited by John Garrigus. Facts on File.