Luke Bergmann

Associate Professor
phone 604 822 5612
location_on GEOG 215C
Education

University of Minnesota, 2012, PhD
University of Minnesota, MA
Duke University, BS


About

Canada Research Chair in GIS, Geospatial Big Data and Digital Geohumanities


Teaching


Publications

2022

Bergmann, L., L.F. Chaves, C.R. Betz, S. Stein, B. Wiedenfeld, A. Wolf, and R.G. Wallace. 2022. Mapping Agricultural Lands: From Conventional to Regenerative. Land 11(3): 437-441. doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/land11030437

Chaves, L.F., M.D. Friberg, L.A. Hurtado, R.M. Rodríguez, D. O’Sullivan, and L.R. Bergmann. 2022. Trade, uneven development and people in motion: Used territories and the initial spread of COVID-19 in Mesoamerica and the Caribbean. Socio-economic planning sciences. 80 (101161). doi:  10.1016/j.seps.2021.101161

Rhodes, C.G., J.R. Loaiza, L.M. Romero, J.M. Gutiérrez Alvarado, G. Delgado, O. Rojas Salas, M. Ramírez Rojas, C. Aguilar-Avendaño, E. Maynes, J.A. Valerín Cordero, A. Soto Mora, C.A. Rigg, A. Zardkoohi, M. Prado, M.D. Friberg, L.R. Bergmann, R. Marín Rodríguez, G.L. Hamer, and Luis F. Chaves. 2022. “Anopheles albimanus (Diptera: Culicidae) Ensemble Distribution Modeling: Applications for Malaria Elimination” Insects 13 (3); 221. doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/insects13030221

Barnes, T.J., and L. Bergmann. 2022. The early years: William Bunge and Theoretical Geography. In Recalibrating the Quantitative Revolution in Geography: Travels, Networks, Translation, edited by Michel, B., F. Gyuris, and K. Paulus, 180-193. London: Routledge.

2021

WALLACE, R. G., LIEBMAN, A., WEISBERGER, D., JONAS, T., BERGMANN, L., KOCK, R. and WALLACE, R. 2021. Industrial agricultural environments.  In Routledge Handbook of Biosecurity and Invasive Species, edited by K. Barker and R. A. Francis, 194-214. London: Routledge.

BERGMANN, L. and LALLY, N. 2021 enfolding: an experimental geographical imagination system (gis).  In A Place More Void, edited by P. T. Kingsbury and A. J. Secor, 167-180. University of Nebraska Press.

2020

BERGMANN, L. and LALLY, N. 2020 ‘For geographical imagination systems’ Annals of the American Association of Geographers  https://doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2020.1750941

SONG, Z., WANG, C. and BERGMANN, L. 2020 ‘China’s prefectural digital divide: Spatial analysis and multivariate determinants of ICT diffusion’ International Journal of Information Management  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2020.102072

 

2018

WALLACE, R., CHAVES, L. F., BERGMANN, L., AYRES, C., HOGERWERF, L., KOCK, R. and WALLACE, R. G. 2018 Clear-Cutting Disease Control: Capital-led deforestation, public health austerity, and vector-borne infection. Springer.

The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien. 2018 Special issue 62(1) on “Speculative and Constructively Critical GIS”, edited with J. Thatcher and D. O’Sullivan. Includes our editorial essay, 3 pp, entitled, “Speculative and constructively critical GIS.” 62(1): 4-6.

BERGMANN, L. and O’SULLIVAN, D. 2018 “Reimagining GIScience for relational spaces.” The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien. 62(1): 7-14. Part of a special issue on “Speculative and Constructively Critical GIS.” http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cag.12405

O’SULLIVAN, D., BERGMANN, L. and THATCHER, J. 2018 “Spatiality, maps, and mathematics in critical human geography: toward a repetition with difference.” The Professional Geographer. 70(1): 129-139. Part of a focus section: “Critical Data, Critical Technology.” https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00330124.2017.1326081

BERGMANN, L. and MORRILL, R. 2018 “William Bunge: Radical Geographer (1928-2013).” Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108(1): 291-300. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2017.1366153

 

2017

BERGMANN, L. 2017 “Towards economic geographies beyond the Nature-Society divide.” Geoforum. 85: 324-335. Part of the special issue: “Towards a political-industrial ecology.” http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.12.002

BERGMANN, L., O’SULLIVAN, D. 2017 “Computing with many spaces: Generalizing projections for the digital geohumanities and GIScience.” Proceedings of GeoHumanities’17: 1st ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Geospatial Humanities, Los Angeles Area, CA, USA, November 7–10, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1145/3149858.3149866

 

 


Additional Description

What kind of computation for what kind of geography? This question animates many of my inquiries into economic geography, nature-society relations, globalization, China, and sociospatial theory.


Luke Bergmann

Associate Professor
phone 604 822 5612
location_on GEOG 215C
Education

University of Minnesota, 2012, PhD
University of Minnesota, MA
Duke University, BS


About

Canada Research Chair in GIS, Geospatial Big Data and Digital Geohumanities


Teaching


Publications

2022

Bergmann, L., L.F. Chaves, C.R. Betz, S. Stein, B. Wiedenfeld, A. Wolf, and R.G. Wallace. 2022. Mapping Agricultural Lands: From Conventional to Regenerative. Land 11(3): 437-441. doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/land11030437

Chaves, L.F., M.D. Friberg, L.A. Hurtado, R.M. Rodríguez, D. O’Sullivan, and L.R. Bergmann. 2022. Trade, uneven development and people in motion: Used territories and the initial spread of COVID-19 in Mesoamerica and the Caribbean. Socio-economic planning sciences. 80 (101161). doi:  10.1016/j.seps.2021.101161

Rhodes, C.G., J.R. Loaiza, L.M. Romero, J.M. Gutiérrez Alvarado, G. Delgado, O. Rojas Salas, M. Ramírez Rojas, C. Aguilar-Avendaño, E. Maynes, J.A. Valerín Cordero, A. Soto Mora, C.A. Rigg, A. Zardkoohi, M. Prado, M.D. Friberg, L.R. Bergmann, R. Marín Rodríguez, G.L. Hamer, and Luis F. Chaves. 2022. “Anopheles albimanus (Diptera: Culicidae) Ensemble Distribution Modeling: Applications for Malaria Elimination” Insects 13 (3); 221. doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/insects13030221

Barnes, T.J., and L. Bergmann. 2022. The early years: William Bunge and Theoretical Geography. In Recalibrating the Quantitative Revolution in Geography: Travels, Networks, Translation, edited by Michel, B., F. Gyuris, and K. Paulus, 180-193. London: Routledge.

2021

WALLACE, R. G., LIEBMAN, A., WEISBERGER, D., JONAS, T., BERGMANN, L., KOCK, R. and WALLACE, R. 2021. Industrial agricultural environments.  In Routledge Handbook of Biosecurity and Invasive Species, edited by K. Barker and R. A. Francis, 194-214. London: Routledge.

BERGMANN, L. and LALLY, N. 2021 enfolding: an experimental geographical imagination system (gis).  In A Place More Void, edited by P. T. Kingsbury and A. J. Secor, 167-180. University of Nebraska Press.

2020

BERGMANN, L. and LALLY, N. 2020 ‘For geographical imagination systems’ Annals of the American Association of Geographers  https://doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2020.1750941

SONG, Z., WANG, C. and BERGMANN, L. 2020 ‘China’s prefectural digital divide: Spatial analysis and multivariate determinants of ICT diffusion’ International Journal of Information Management  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2020.102072

 

2018

WALLACE, R., CHAVES, L. F., BERGMANN, L., AYRES, C., HOGERWERF, L., KOCK, R. and WALLACE, R. G. 2018 Clear-Cutting Disease Control: Capital-led deforestation, public health austerity, and vector-borne infection. Springer.

The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien. 2018 Special issue 62(1) on “Speculative and Constructively Critical GIS”, edited with J. Thatcher and D. O’Sullivan. Includes our editorial essay, 3 pp, entitled, “Speculative and constructively critical GIS.” 62(1): 4-6.

BERGMANN, L. and O’SULLIVAN, D. 2018 “Reimagining GIScience for relational spaces.” The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien. 62(1): 7-14. Part of a special issue on “Speculative and Constructively Critical GIS.” http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cag.12405

O’SULLIVAN, D., BERGMANN, L. and THATCHER, J. 2018 “Spatiality, maps, and mathematics in critical human geography: toward a repetition with difference.” The Professional Geographer. 70(1): 129-139. Part of a focus section: “Critical Data, Critical Technology.” https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00330124.2017.1326081

BERGMANN, L. and MORRILL, R. 2018 “William Bunge: Radical Geographer (1928-2013).” Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108(1): 291-300. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2017.1366153

 

2017

BERGMANN, L. 2017 “Towards economic geographies beyond the Nature-Society divide.” Geoforum. 85: 324-335. Part of the special issue: “Towards a political-industrial ecology.” http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.12.002

BERGMANN, L., O’SULLIVAN, D. 2017 “Computing with many spaces: Generalizing projections for the digital geohumanities and GIScience.” Proceedings of GeoHumanities’17: 1st ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Geospatial Humanities, Los Angeles Area, CA, USA, November 7–10, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1145/3149858.3149866

 

 


Additional Description

What kind of computation for what kind of geography? This question animates many of my inquiries into economic geography, nature-society relations, globalization, China, and sociospatial theory.


Luke Bergmann

Associate Professor
phone 604 822 5612
location_on GEOG 215C
Education

University of Minnesota, 2012, PhD
University of Minnesota, MA
Duke University, BS

Canada Research Chair in GIS, Geospatial Big Data and Digital Geohumanities

2022

Bergmann, L., L.F. Chaves, C.R. Betz, S. Stein, B. Wiedenfeld, A. Wolf, and R.G. Wallace. 2022. Mapping Agricultural Lands: From Conventional to Regenerative. Land 11(3): 437-441. doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/land11030437

Chaves, L.F., M.D. Friberg, L.A. Hurtado, R.M. Rodríguez, D. O'Sullivan, and L.R. Bergmann. 2022. Trade, uneven development and people in motion: Used territories and the initial spread of COVID-19 in Mesoamerica and the Caribbean. Socio-economic planning sciences. 80 (101161). doi:  10.1016/j.seps.2021.101161

Rhodes, C.G., J.R. Loaiza, L.M. Romero, J.M. Gutiérrez Alvarado, G. Delgado, O. Rojas Salas, M. Ramírez Rojas, C. Aguilar-Avendaño, E. Maynes, J.A. Valerín Cordero, A. Soto Mora, C.A. Rigg, A. Zardkoohi, M. Prado, M.D. Friberg, L.R. Bergmann, R. Marín Rodríguez, G.L. Hamer, and Luis F. Chaves. 2022. "Anopheles albimanus (Diptera: Culicidae) Ensemble Distribution Modeling: Applications for Malaria Elimination" Insects 13 (3); 221. doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/insects13030221

Barnes, T.J., and L. Bergmann. 2022. The early years: William Bunge and Theoretical Geography. In Recalibrating the Quantitative Revolution in Geography: Travels, Networks, Translation, edited by Michel, B., F. Gyuris, and K. Paulus, 180-193. London: Routledge.

2021

WALLACE, R. G., LIEBMAN, A., WEISBERGER, D., JONAS, T., BERGMANN, L., KOCK, R. and WALLACE, R. 2021. Industrial agricultural environments.  In Routledge Handbook of Biosecurity and Invasive Species, edited by K. Barker and R. A. Francis, 194-214. London: Routledge.

BERGMANN, L. and LALLY, N. 2021 enfolding: an experimental geographical imagination system (gis).  In A Place More Void, edited by P. T. Kingsbury and A. J. Secor, 167-180. University of Nebraska Press.

2020

BERGMANN, L. and LALLY, N. 2020 'For geographical imagination systems' Annals of the American Association of Geographers  https://doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2020.1750941

SONG, Z., WANG, C. and BERGMANN, L. 2020 'China’s prefectural digital divide: Spatial analysis and multivariate determinants of ICT diffusion' International Journal of Information Management  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2020.102072

 

2018

WALLACE, R., CHAVES, L. F., BERGMANN, L., AYRES, C., HOGERWERF, L., KOCK, R. and WALLACE, R. G. 2018 Clear-Cutting Disease Control: Capital-led deforestation, public health austerity, and vector-borne infection. Springer.

The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien. 2018 Special issue 62(1) on “Speculative and Constructively Critical GIS”, edited with J. Thatcher and D. O’Sullivan. Includes our editorial essay, 3 pp, entitled, “Speculative and constructively critical GIS.” 62(1): 4-6.

BERGMANN, L. and O’SULLIVAN, D. 2018 “Reimagining GIScience for relational spaces.” The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien. 62(1): 7-14. Part of a special issue on “Speculative and Constructively Critical GIS.” http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cag.12405

O’SULLIVAN, D., BERGMANN, L. and THATCHER, J. 2018 “Spatiality, maps, and mathematics in critical human geography: toward a repetition with difference.” The Professional Geographer. 70(1): 129-139. Part of a focus section: “Critical Data, Critical Technology.” https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00330124.2017.1326081

BERGMANN, L. and MORRILL, R. 2018 “William Bunge: Radical Geographer (1928-2013).” Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108(1): 291-300. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2017.1366153

 

2017

BERGMANN, L. 2017 “Towards economic geographies beyond the Nature-Society divide.” Geoforum. 85: 324-335. Part of the special issue: “Towards a political-industrial ecology.” http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.12.002

BERGMANN, L., O’SULLIVAN, D. 2017 “Computing with many spaces: Generalizing projections for the digital geohumanities and GIScience.” Proceedings of GeoHumanities’17: 1st ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Geospatial Humanities, Los Angeles Area, CA, USA, November 7–10, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1145/3149858.3149866

 

 

What kind of computation for what kind of geography? This question animates many of my inquiries into economic geography, nature-society relations, globalization, China, and sociospatial theory.