Kevin A. Gould, PhD
Associate Professor , Geography, Planning and Environment
- Lizarralde, G., Bornstein, L., Robertson, M., Gould, K. A., Herazo, B., Petter, A. M., & Bouchereau, K. (2021). Does climate change cause disasters? How citizens, academics, and leaders explain climate-related risk and disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 58, 102173.
- Lizarralde, G., Holmes Páez, A. O., Lopez, O., Bornstein, L. Gould, K. A., Herazo, B., and Muñoz, L. 2020. We said, they said: the politics of conceptual frameworks in disasters and climate change in Colombia and Latin America. Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal.
Gould, K. A. 2018. The old militarized humanitarianism: contradictions of counterinsurgent infrastructure in Cold War Guatemala. Critical Military Studies, 4(2): 140-160.
Gould, K. A., M. Magdalena Garcia, and Jacob AC Remes. 2016. "Beyond natural-disasters-are-not-natural": the work of state and nature after the 2010 earthquake in Chile." Journal of Political Ecology 23: 94-114.
- Gould, K. A. 2014 Everyday expertise: land regularization and the conditions for land grabs in Petén, Guatemala. Environment Planning A, 46(10): 2353-2368.
- Gould, K. A. and Estrada, I. A. 2014. Framing disappearance: H.I.J.O.S., public art and the making of historical memory of the Guatemalan civil war. Special Issue on Enforced Disappearance. ACME: International Journal of Critical Geography, 13(1): 100-134.
- Dempsey, J., Gould, K. A., Sundberg, J. 2011. Changing land tenure, defining subjects: neoliberalism and property regimes on Native reserves. In Re-Thinking the Great White North: race, nature and the historical geographies of whiteness in Canada. Eds. A. Baldwin, A. Kobayashi, and L. Cameron. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
- Gould, K. A. 2010. Anxiety, epistemology, and policy research "behind enemy lines." Geoforum. 41: 15-18.
Selected conference presentations
Gould, K. A. 2021. Contradictions of transnational anti-colonial struggle: the post-WWII Guatemala-Israel alliance. Latin American Studies Association. Annual conference. Vancouver, British Columbia.
Gould, K. A. 2019. Peace created the space for this: a Guatemalannational land policy made by experts. Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Toronto, Ontario.
Gould,K. A. 2017. Extra-legal properties of Guatemalan land markets. International conference: Geographies of Markets. Karl Polanyi Instituteof Political Economy at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec
Gould, K. A. 2015. Whitening infrastructures: race and nation in Cold War Guatemala. Intersections Seminar Series, Department of Geography and Planning, University of Toronto.
Gould, K. A. 2015. Emplaced histories of calculable land: the (un)making of a geodetic grid in northern Guatemala. Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago.
Gould, K. A. 2015. Entangled (post)colonialisms: military-led development in 1960s Guatemala. 7th International conference of critical geography, Ramallah, Palestine.
Current Graduate Student Supervision
Masters students (graduated)
Barbara Bottini-Havrillay (2015) Politics of road-building in Cold War Guatemala
Michelle Braiden (2014) Discourse and dispossession in the Chaco War, Bolivia
William Zullo (2014) Spaces of transgender youth in Montreal*
Julie Montigney (2013) Spaces of queer youth in Montreal*
* co-advised with Dr. Julie Podmore
Devon McKellar (2019) The frontier and the wasteland: settler colonial cognitive spaces in Montreal's sudouest.
Daniel Belvas (2019) The privatization of public space in Montreal's privatization of public space in Montreal’s Quartier des Spectacles
Montserrat Hernandez (2015) The path to sustainability: implementation of ecotechniques in a rural Mexican community
Noah Cannon(2014) The well-being index and Canadian First Nations
Angharad Wylie (2013) Alternative economies in Halifax, Novo Scotia
Alex Matak (2012) Neoliberalism within: Concordia’s student movement
Julia de Montigny (2011) What spaces exist for queer youth? On institutional discourses and regulatory imaginations
Alexander Pinheiro (2010) The Montreal BIOBUS Project: Simple, Pure, Green?