Associate Teaching Professor
- Associate Teaching Professor
- Anthropology and Geography
- Ph.D. in Geography, University of California-Berkeley
- A.B., Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs
Dr. John Lindenbaum studies U.S. cultural geography. He recently completed a research project on U.S. food banks, investigating the production of meanings and political subjectivities associated with de-commodified food.
Lindenbaum, John (2018) Big Hunger: The Unholy Alliance between Corporate America and Anti-Hunger Groups. (Andrew Fisher). Antipode.
Lindenbaum, John (2016) Countermovement, Neoliberal Platoon, or Re-Gifting Depot? Understanding Decommodification in U.S. Food Banks. Antipode. 48(2):375-392.
Lindenbaum, John (2013) The neoliberalization of Contemporary Christian Music’s new Social Gospel. Geoforum. 44:112-119.
Lindenbaum, John (2012) The Pastoral Role of Contemporary Christian Music: Evangelical Christian Subjectivities in a Suburban Megachurch. Social and Cultural Geography. 13(1):69-88.
Lindenbaum, John (2009) The Production of Contemporary Christian Music: A Geographical Perspective. Pp. 281-294. In: O. Johansson and T. Bell, (eds), Sound, Society and the Geography of Popular Music. Burlington, VT: Ashgate.
GR320, Cultural Geography
GR415, The Geography of Commodities
GR330, Urban Geography
GR213, Climate Migrants