Ph.D. Geography, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995
M.A. Geography, University of British Columbia, 1990
B.A. Geography, University of British Columbia, 1987
Dr. Sluyter recently completed a Digital Innovation Fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies. He is also finishing up a book on Latinos and Hispanics in New Orleans, co-authored with graduate students and a colleague at Tulane. He is starting a new project focused on the Caribbean that follows up on his last book, Black Ranching Frontiers, which came out with Yale University Press late last year.
A. Sluyter. 2012. Black Ranching Frontiers: African Cattle Herders of the Atlantic World, 1500–1900. New Haven: Yale University Press (xii and 308 pp.).
A. Sluyter. 2002. Colonialism and Landscape: Postcolonial Theory and Applications. New York: Rowman & Littlefield (xi and 267 pp.).
Amy E. Potter and A. Sluyter. 2012. Photo-Journal of Barbuda: A Caribbean Island in Transition. FOCUS on Geography 55: 140-145 (6 pp.).
A. Sluyter and Gabriela Dominguez. 2006. Early Maize (Zea mays L.) Cultivation in Mexico: Dating Sedimentary Pollen Records and its Implications. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103: 1147-51 (5 pp.).
A. Sluyter. 2001. Colonialism and Landscape in the Americas: Material/Conceptual Transformations and Continuing Consequences. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 91: 410-28 (19 pp.).
Geog 1001: Introduction to the Americas & Europe
Geog 4031: Latin America & the Caribbean
Geog 4086: Human-Environment Interactions
Anth 4086: Human-Environment Interactions
Geog 4078: Environment & Development
Geog 4997: Digital Humanities Geographic Information Systems
Geog 7911: Social Theory Seminar
Geog 7911: Political Ecology Seminar
Geog 7950: Latin America & the Caribbean Seminar