Ph.D. Syracuse University, 1998
M.A. Syracuse University, 1996
B.A. University of California at Los Angeles, 1992
Dr. DeLyser is a feminist, qualitative, cultural-historical geographer with research interests in areas of landscape, social memory, practice, performance, materialities, tourism, mobilities, qualitative research, collaborative and participatory research, writing, and the scholarship of teaching.
- DeLyser, Dydia and Daniel Sui. 2013 (online first) “Crossing the Qualitative-Quantitative Chasm III: Enduring methods, open science, participatory geography, and the fourth paradigm,” Progress in Human Geography http://phg.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/03/19/0309132513479291
- DeLyser, Dydia. 2011. “Participatory Historical Geography? Shaping and Failing to Shape Social Memory at an Oklahoma Memorial,” Stephen Daniels, Dydia DeLyser, J. Nicholas Entrikin, and Douglas Richardson, Eds., Envisioning Landscapes, Making Worlds: Geography and the Humanities London: Routledge, pp. 177-187.
- DeLyser, Dydia. 2010. “Feminisms and mobilities: Crusading for aviation in the 1920s,” in Tim Cresswell and Peter Meriman, Eds., Mobilities: Practices, Spaces, Subjects London: Ashgate, pp. 83-98.
- DeLyser, Dydia, Steve Herbert, Stuart Aitken, Mike Crang, and Linda McDowell, Eds. 2010. SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Geography (London: Sage Publications) 23 Chapters.
- DeLyser, Dydia. 2005. Ramona Memories: Tourism and the Shaping of Southern California(Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press).
Human Geography: Europe and the Americas
Gender, Place, and Culture
Seminar in Cultural Geography
Advanced Qualitative Research
Academic and Professional Writing