Dr. Denver Nixon is a post-doctoral fellow working with Dr. Lenore Newman in the Department of Geography. He holds a PhD in Geography from the University of Western Ontario, where he researched transportation geographies and the embodied dimensions of transportation practices, technologies, and landscapes. Denver also holds an MES from York University, an MLIS from the University of Western Ontario, and a BSc from the University of Victoria. He has been a visiting scholar at both the University of British Columbia and Sichuan University (Chengdu, Sichuan Province, PRC).
Nixon, D. V. (2012). A sense of momentum: Mobility practices and dis/embodied landscapes of energy use. Environment and Planning A, 44(7): 1661-1678.
Newman, L., Dale, A. & Nixon, D. V. (2012). The frog dilemma: Urban stream restoration and the nature/culture dialectic. Environments, 38(1): 19-32.
Nixon, D.V. (2006). Environmental resonance of Daoist moving meditations. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology, 10(3): 380-403.