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I'm interested in supervising projects in the areas of: soundscapes and sound walks; popular music, identity and place (especially Jamaican reggae music); qualitative methodology; and engagement with the global south as an element of popular culture (e.g., voluntourism).
1984, HBA Geography, Wilfrid Laurier University
1987, MA Geography, Wilfrid Laurier University
1993, PhD Geography, McMaster University
Reggae music and spatiality
Geographies of resistance
Social change in northern Pakistan
Social and cultural geography
Music and geography
Political ecology and international development
(2011) (K. Zavitz and D. Butz) Not that alternative: Short-term volunteer tourism at an organic farming project in Costa Rica. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 10(3): 412-441.
(2011) (D. Butz and N. Cook) Accessibility interrupted: The Shimshal road, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The Canadian Geographer 55(3): 354-64.
(2011) (N. Cook and D. Butz) Narratives of accessibility and social change in Shimshal, northern Pakistan. Mountain Research and Development 31(1): 27-34.
(2010) Autoethnography as sensibility. In The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Geography. Eds. D. DeLyser, S. Aitken, S. Herbert, M. Crang & L. McDowell. London: Sage (pp. 138-155).
(2009) (D. Butz and K. Besio) Autoethnography. Geography Compass 3(5): 1660-1674.
(2008) Sidelined by the guidelines: Reflections on the limitations of standard informed consent procedures for the conduct of ethical research. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 7(2): 239-259.