Thompson Rivers University

Kimberley Naqvi

Name: Kimberley Naqvi
Phone: 250 371-5742


Development Geography
Economic Geography
Cultural Geography
Place and sense of place

Research Interests

Development Theory and Practice
Technology Change and Industrial Employment
Economic and Cultural Change


PhD Wilfrid Laurier University, 1999
MA Wilfrid Laurier University, 1986
BSc University of Regina, 1984


2017 Baldwin, L., Flood, N., Naqvi, K., Ratsoy, G., Templeman, E. Place-Based Education: An Inter and Multidisciplinary Approach, Green Guide No. 15, Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

2014 Reid, R., Naqvi, K., Waldichuk, T. Place-Based Curriculum: Revealing Student Connections with Community through Walking Tours, Western Geography, 20/21: 63-69.

2013 Baldwin, L., Block, T., Cooke, L., Crawford, I., Naqvi, K., Ratsoy, G., Templeman, E., Waldichuk, T. Affective Teaching: The Place of Place in Interdisciplinary Teaching, Transformative Dialogues: Teaching and Learning eJournal, 6 (3).

2010 K.B. Naqvi and T. Waldichuk, The Potential of Interdisciplinary Studies for Analysing and Describing Place, conference proceedings, the annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Regina, Saskatchewan.

2007 K.B. Naqvi Exploring the Wellbeing Index as a Measure of Development Diversity, Canadian Journal of Development Geography, Vol. XXVIII, (2): 315-331.

Courses Taught

1010 People, Places and Landscapes: Introducing Human Geography
1110 World Regional Geography
2110 Geography of the Economic Landscape
2220 Regional Geography of Canada
2400 Geographic Thought
3200 Introduction to Cultural Geography
3610 Themes in Economic Geography
3650 Geography of Consumption
3900 Geography of the Americas
3990 Development Geography
4840 Postcolonial Geographies

Professional Affiliations

Canadian Association of Geographers
Association of American Geographers
Canadian Association for Studies in International Development
World Economics Association


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