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Curriculum Vitae (TCU Format)

October 2016
1. Name: JEFFREY B. ROET (J.Roet@tcu.edu)
2. Place of Birth and date: New York City, NY; May 1, 1951
3. Educational Background after high school
B.A. State University of New York at Buffalo, January 1973

Major: Geography Degree granted cum laude


M.A. Northwestern University, June 1977 Field: Geography
Ph.D. Northwestern University, June 1982 Field: Geography

Doctoral Committee: John C. Hudson (Chairman), Michael F. Dacey, Gary L. Gaile, and Henry C. Binford (History);

Dissertation Title: Agricultural Settlement on the Dry Farming Frontier, 1900-1920
4. Formal continuing education associated with professional development - none
5. Professional certifications - none
6. Present rank - lecturer, Department of History and Geography
7. Year of appointment to university and rank - 1999, lecturer (part-time)
8. Year of last promotion - 2000, lecturer (full-time)
9. Previous teaching, other than TCU


  1. part-time

  1. Adjunct Faculty, Texas Wesleyan University, 1997-2001

  2. Instructor, Rice University, School of Continuing Studies and Special Programs, 1991-1999

  3. Lecturer, The Women’s Institute, 1995-1999

  4. Instructor, Southern Methodist University, School of Continuing Education, 1997-2001

  5. Adjunct Faculty, University of Houston - Clear Lake, 1993-1997

  6. Instructor, Incarnate Word College, 1989

  7. Instructor, Northeastern Illinois University, 1981-1982

  8. Graduate Teaching Assistant, Northwestern University, 1976-1982

  1. full-time

  1. Instructor (permanent full-time), San Jacinto College, 1991-1996

  2. Assistant Professor, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1982-1991

10. Previous professional positions, other than those listed in 9 - none


11. Courses taught

Texas Christian University

“World Regional Geography”

“World Regional Geography (Honors)”

“Human Geography”

“Geography of the United States”

“Geography of Western Europe”

“Urban Geography”

“Cultural Geography”

“Geography of Religion”

“Junior Honors in Geography”

“Senior Honors in Geography”

“Global Geopolitics (graduate course for MLA program)”

“Urban/Economic Geography for Real Estate (graduate course for Neeley School of Business)”

“Geography of Rome and Sicily (summer field studies)”

“Geography of Rome (summer field studies)”

“Geography of Italy (summer field studies)”

“Geography of Australia (summer field studies)”

Independent Studies with undergraduates include Medical Geography and Geography of Sports


Texas Wesleyan University

“World Regional Geography”

“Human Geography”

Rice University, School of Continuing Studies and Special Programs

“Land, People and Culture: An Integrated View of World Geography”

“Regions, History and Culture: A Geographer’s View of the United States”

“People, Culture, Environment: A Panoramic View of Human Geography”

“Africa: Close Up, Behind the Headlines”

“Global Trends: A New Look at Geopolitics”

“The Geography of American Cities: Location, Location, Location”

“As Time Goes By: A Geography of Time”



The Women’s Institute

“The Changing Face of Europe”

“Around the World: Geography of the Global Village”

“From Sea to Shining Sea: The Geography of the United States”

“Malls & Skyscrapers: A Geography of American Cities”

“A Geographic Journey Through India”

“Global Trends and Geopolitics”

“The Landscape of Culture: Geographical Patterns of Language and Religion”



Southern Methodist University, School of Continuing Education

“Global Trends: A New Look at Geopolitics”

“The Land and Its People: African and Latin American Geography”

“Asian Potpourri: The Land and Its People”

“As Time Goes By: A Geography of Time”

“Geography of the United States”

“Urban Geography”

University of Houston - Clear Lake (cross-listed undergraduate and graduate sections)

“Human Geography”

“Cultural Geography”

“Geography of the United States and Canada”

“Urban Geography”

“Political Geography”

“Geography of World Regions” (graduate course for teachers taught at Bellaire H. S.)

San Jacinto College

“World Geography”

“Physical Geography”

University of Texas at San Antonio

“Fundamentals of Geography”

“Urban Geography”

“Geography of the United States and Canada”

“Physical Geography”

“Social Research Methods”

“World Regional Geography”

“Cultural Geography”

“Weather and Climate”

Independent Studies:

“Medical Geography”

“Geography of Africa”

“Biogeography”

“Geography of Tourism”

“Political Geography”

“Geography of Europe”

“Geography of Transportation”

“Geography of the Pacific Northwest”



Incarnate Word College

“Cultural Geography”

“World Regional Geography”

Northeastern Illinois University

“Geography of Contemporary Issues”


12. External support sought - none
13. Internal grants sought - none
14. Graduate theses and dissertations directed – not applicable
Curriculum Vitae (TCU Format)

October 2016


15. Presentation of scholarly and creative activities

  1. refereed publications

  1. “Land Quality and Land Alienation on the Dry Farming Frontier.” The Professional Geographer, Vol. 37, No. 2 (May, 1985), pp. 173-183

  2. “Agriculture on the Dry Farming Frontier, 1900-1920.” Bulletin of the Association of North Dakota Geographers, Vol. 29 (1979), pp. 19-35.

  1. non-refereed publications

  1. “Site and Situation: The Historical Geography of San Antonio.” A Geographical Glimpse of Central Texas and the Borderlands: Images and Encounters. A Pathways in Geography Resource Publication, Title No. 12, James F. Petersen and Julie A. Tuason, editors, pp. 41-50, Indiana, Pennsylvania: The National Council of Geographic Education, 1995.

  2. Series for Jumping Geography, insert in Houston Post: “Ten Family Activities to Help Your Child Learn Geography.” Vol. 1, No. 12, August 30, 1992; “Who Cares About Geography - Applied Geography.” Vol. 1, No. 11, July 26, 1992; “Who Cares About Map Skills.” Vol. 1, No. 10, June 28, 1992; and “Who Cares About Geography.” Vol. 1, No. 9, May 31, 1992.

  3. “Castroville in Context: Physical and Historical Geography.” Comprehensive Urban Study of Castroville, Section A, Center for Economic Development, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Center Project No. 10021-A, July 5, 1990.

  4. “Book Review of The United States: A Contemporary Human Geography by P.L. Knox et al.” Journal of Geography, Vol. 88, No. 6 (November-December 1989), pp. 242-243.

  5. “Duval County Target Area Population and Housing Study and Plan: Realitos and Concepcion, Texas.” Center for Economic Development, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Technical Assistance Project No. 8002B, July 7, 1987. With Richard J. Harris.

  6. “Duval County (South) Base Mapping Study.” Center for Economic Development, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Technical Assistance Project No. 8002A, July 24, 1987. With Steven R. Hick.

  7. “A Few Comments on the Nature of Careers in Geography.” Texas Alliance for Geographic Education Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Spring, 1987), pp. 3-5.

  8. “Real Estate (Urban Geographic Models and the Real Estate Industry).” San Antonio Today, Vol. 1, No. 7 (October, 1984), pp. 23-24.

  9. “Spotlight on San Antonio (Real Estate Trends and Analysis).” Urban Land, Vol. 43, No. 3 (March 1984), pp. 2-7. With Jeanette I. Rice. Excerpts reprinted as “Prospects Bright for Retail Center,” “Space Market Plays Vital Role in S.A.,” “Office Space May Be Most Dynamic Market in S.A.,” and “Hotel Occupancy More Than Texas Rate,” San Antonio Light, April 15, 1984, Section L (Business), pp. 6L-9L, and “S.A. Trade Center for South Texas,” The Executive, April 24, 1984, pp. 12-13.

  1. materials accepted or scheduled - none

  2. materials under active review - none

  3. papers presented at scholarly meetings

  1. “La Réunion: The Legacy of French Ethnicity in Dallas, Texas” at the Race Ethnicity Place Conference, October 24, 2014 in Ft. Worth, Texas.

  2. “Teaching in the Field – Designing Geographically Meaningful Field Trips.” Presented to the 2005 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Panel Session, Denver, April 8, 2005.

  3. “The Impact of Real Estate Cycles on Urban Morphology: Houston, A Case Study.” Presented to the 12th Annual Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, New York, October 18, 1989. With Jeanette I. Rice.

  4. “Flight to Quality: Real Estate Cycles and Urban Morphology in the Texas Downturn.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Baltimore, Maryland, March 22, 1989. With Jeanette I. Rice.

  5. “Urban Geography and Commercial Mortgage Banking: The Expanding Utility of Applied Geography.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Southwest Division, Galveston, November 5, 1987. With Jeanette I. Rice.

  6. “Large-Scale Multi-Use Developments: A Locational Typology.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Portland, Oregon, April, 1987.

  7. “Jobs for Geographers: Careers and Vocations.” Presented to the Second Meeting of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, San Marcos, October 28, 1986. With Richard Boehm and Jeanette I. Rice.

  8. “Job Prospects for Geographers in Retail and Commercial Location Analysis.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Southwest Division, San Marcos, September 26, 1986. With Jeanette I. Rice.

  9. “MXDs, Large-Scale Mixed Use Developments: Impact on Urban Morphology.” Poster paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Minneapolis, May 6, 1986. With Jeanette I. Rice.

  10. “The Development of the Modern American Suburb.” Sponsored by the San Antonio Express-News, United Services Automobile Association, and the San Antonio chapters of the American Institute of Architects and the American Planning Association. Presented to the Conference on Suburban Form, San Antonio, March 23, 1984.

  11. “The Development of Systems of Dry Farming, 1900-1920.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, San Antonio, Texas, April, 1982.

  12. “Agricultural Settlement in Jo Daviess County, Illinois, 1828-1855.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, West Lakes Division, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November, 1981.

  13. “Agricultural Settlement in Jo Daviess County, Illinois, 1828-1855.” Poster paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Mid-America Historical Geographer’s Association, Galena, Illinois, October, 1981.

  14. “Settlement and Land Turnover on the Dry Farming Frontier, 1900-1920.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, California, April, 1981.

  15. “The Effect of Railroad Building on Land Turnover on the Dry Farming Frontier.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Mid-America Historical Geographer’s Association, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, September, 1980.

  16. “Initial Agricultural Strategies on the Dry Farming Frontier. Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Louisville, Kentucky, April, 1980.

  17. “Systems of Dry Farming and the United States Department of Agriculture, 1905-1920.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, West Lakes Division, Chicago, Illinois, October, 1979.

  18. “Agriculture on the Dry Farming Frontier, 1900-1920.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April, 1979.

  19. “Land Alienation and Land Quality, Scranton Township, North Dakota, 1900-1917.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, West Lakes Division, Mankato, Minnesota, November, 1978.

16. Editorships, consultantships, professional activities, and professional engagements



  1. scholarly papers presented, not at meetings

  1. “A Geography of Switzerland.” Presented to The Women's Institute, Sunday Lecture Series, Houston, Texas, September 15, 2002.

  2. “The Historical Geography of Ancient Rome.” Presented to the Department of Geography, University of Florida at Gainesville, Friday Colloquium Series, April 5, 2002.

  3. “The Historical Geography of Ancient Rome.” Presented to The Women's Institute, Sunday Lecture Series, Houston, Texas, September 23, 2001.

  4. “Geography, History, and Technology: Cycles of Economic Change and Their Impact on Our Lives.” Keynote address for 1999 Celebration of Geography Awareness Week presented to Texas A&M University - Kingsville sponsored by the Geosciences Department, Kingsville, Texas, November 15, 1999.

  5. “Cycles of History and Technology: Their Impact on Economic Trends and Our Lives.” Presented to the 1999 Phi Theta Kappa Texas Honors Institute, Keynote Address, 2nd General Session, Galveston, Texas, June 25, 1999.

  6. “Urban Site Characteristics and the Economic Geography of the Texas Core Triangle Cities: San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas.” Presented to urban geography seminars at the Geographic Institute, University of Hannover, Germany, May 26, 1997, and at the Geographic Institute, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, May 28, 1997.

  7. “Texas Core Triangle: A Historical Geography.” Presented in the lecture series “Texas!” sponsored by Rice University School of Continuing Studies and Special Programs, Houston, Texas, October 5, 1994.

  8. “Nafta and the Political Geography of a New World Economy.” Presented to “Understanding Nafta... The Journey Begins” afternoon colloquium. Sponsored by the Rice Institute for Policy Analysis and Rice University School of Continuing Studies and Special Programs, Houston, Texas, March 22, 1994.

  9. “Maize: From the New World to the Old and Back Again.” Presented in the lecture series “1492 and After: The View from America.” Sponsored by Rice University, Office of Continuing Studies and Special Programs and supported by a grant from the Texas Committee for the Humanities, Houston, Texas, March 16, 1992.



  1. Geography Presentations for Teachers

  1. “Why the Physical Geography of Africa Matters.” Keynote Address presented to the 2012 Friends of Geography 24th Anniversary Annual Meeting presented to primary and secondary teachers and sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Houston, Texas, September 22, 2012.

  2. “Historical Geography of European Cities.” Presented to the Texas Council for the Social Studies 2012 Conference, Geography Strand, Omni Mandalay Hotel, Irving, Texas, October 36, 2012.

  3. “Physical Geography of Africa, Cultural Geography of Latin America, Urban Geography: Burgess, Hoyt, and Harris-Ullman Models, and Agricultural Geography: Von Thunen Model.” Presented to the Harmony Public Schools (K-12 public charter school district), Social Studies In-service Program, Dallas, Texas, November 19, 2012.

  4. “Geography and the Origin of Agriculture and Cities” and “The Historical Geography of Ancient Egypt.” Presented to Advanced Topics in AP Human Geography, Advanced Topics Academies, Rice University, June 27 and June 28, 2011.

  5. “Models of Urban Morphology.” Presented to Advanced Topics in AP Human Geography, Advanced Topics Academies, Rice University, July 14, 2010.

  6. “Urban Site Characteristics and the Economic Geography of the Texas Core Triangle Cities.” Presented to the Texas Council for the Social Studies 2009 Conference, Geography Strand, Dallas Hyatt Regency, October 30, 2009.

  7. “What is Urban Geography?” Presented to AP Human Geography Teachers, Advanced Topics in Geography, TCU AP Summer Institute, Texas Christian University, July 14, 2009

  8. “The Demographic Transition” and “Weber’s Least Cost Theory.” Presented to Advanced Topics in AP Human Geography, Advanced Topics Academies, Rice University, June 22, 2009

  9. “How You and I Discovered Geography.” Keynote Address presented to the 2009 Friends of Geography 20th Anniversary Annual Meeting presented to primary and secondary teachers and sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Houston, Texas, February 9, 2009.

  10. “What is Urban Geography?” Presented to the 2009 Friends of Geography 20th Anniversary Annual Meeting presented to primary and secondary teachers and sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Houston, Texas, February 9, 2009.

  11. “Historical Geography of European Cities.” Presented to AP Human Geography Teachers, Advanced Topics in Geography, TCU AP Summer Institute, Texas Christian University, July 15, 2008

  12. “Geography of Latin America.” Presented to Pre-AP Geography Teachers, TCU AP Sumer Institute, Texas Christian University, July 10, 2007

  13. “Physical Geography and the History of Africa.” Presented to the Texas Council for the Social Studies, Geography Strand, Fort Worth, Texas, October 13, 2006.

  14. “The Cities of the Texas Core Triangle.” Presented to the 3rd Annual Conference of Geography Educators of the Metroplex, sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Pat May Center, HEB ISD, Bedford, Texas, April 2, 2005.

  15. “One Benefit of American Job-Outsourcing to India: The Demographic Transition.” Presented to the 2nd Annual Spring Conference of Geography Educators of the Metroplex, sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Bowie High School, Arlington, Texas, April 3, 2004.

  16. “A Geopolitical Analysis of Iraq and its Neighbors.” Presented to the 2nd Annual Spring Conference of Geography Educators of the Metroplex, sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Bowie High School, Arlington, Texas, April 3, 2004.

  17. “A Geopolitical Analysis of Iraq and its Neighbors.” Presented to the 1st Annual Spring Conference of Geography Educators of the Metroplex, sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Bowie High School, Arlington, Texas, April 5, 2003.

  18. “Neutrality in the Center of Europe: A Geography of Switzerland.” Presented to the 15th Annual GEOTECH Texas Geography and Technology Conference, sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education and other organizations, Bishop Dunne Catholic School, Dallas, Texas, January 24, 2003.

  19. “A Geography of Switzerland.” Presented to the 16th Annual All-Texas Geography Conference, sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Spring High School, Spring, Texas, September 14, 2002.

  20. “Geography is the Stage Upon Which History is Set - the Example of Africa.” Presented to the 2001 Friends of Geography Annual Conference and sponsored by Friends of Geography (Houston/Galveston Chapter of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education) and Pearland Independent School District. Held at Pearland High School, Pearland, Texas, February 9, 2002.

  21. “Trouble in Ecotopia: The Geography of the Pacific Northwest.” Presented to the 14th Annual GEOTECH Texas Geography and Technology Conference, sponsored by Texas Alliance for Geographic Education and other organizations, Bishop Dunne Catholic School, Dallas, Texas, January 25, 2002.

  22. “Tolerance at the Center of Europe: Geography of the Netherlands.” Presented to the 15th Annual All-Texas Geography Conference, sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, James Bowie High School, Grand Prairie, Texas, November 11, 2001.

  23. “Industrial and Economic Development” and “An Introduction to Urban Geography.” Presented to the Advanced Placement Institute, Rice University, Office of Continuing Studies, Houston, Texas, July 25, 2001.

  24. “Economic Development: Two Worlds on One Planet” and “An Introduction to Urban Geography (with Fort Worth field trip).” Presented to the Advanced Placement Institute, Texas Christian University, Office of Extended Education, Ft. Worth, Texas, July 18, 2001.

  25. “The Historical Geography of the English Language.” Presented to GeoTech 2001, sponsored by Texas Alliance for Geographic Education and the Diocese of Dallas, Bishop Dunne High School, January 26, 2001.

  26. “A Short Introduction to Economic Geography” and “An Introduction to Urban Geography: Cities and Land Use.” Presented to the Advanced Placement Institute, Texas Christian University, Office of Extended Education, Ft. Worth, Texas, July 18, 2000.

  27. "The Two Regions of Italy: North and South." Presented to Geotech 12, sponsored by Texas Alliance for Geographic Education and the Diocese of Dallas, Bishop Dunne High School, April 14, 2000.

  28. "The Physical Geography of Europe and Its Relationship to European Geopolitics." Presented to the H.E.B. Independent School District's 1999 Summer Workshop Program, sponsored by The Gilbert M. Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education at Southwest Texas State University, Euless, Texas, July 15, 1999.

  29. "An Introduction to Urban Geography: Cities and Land Use." Presented to the Southwest Trainer of Trainers AP Geography Institute, Texas A & M University, Geography Department, College Station, Texas, June 24, 1999.

  30. "Geography and History, History and Geography: The Example of Africa." Presented to Geotech 11, sponsored by Texas Alliance for Geographic Education and the Diocese of Dallas, Bishop Dunne High School, April 16, 1999.

  31. "Cycles of History and Technology: Their Impact on Economic Trends and Our Lives." Presented to the Texas Wesleyan University's History Day 1999, Ft. Worth, Texas, March 27, 1999.

  32. "Inside the Great Wall: The Geopolitics of China." Presented to the 12th Annual Friends of Geography Annual Conference, sponsored by the Gulf Coast Chapter of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education and Cypress-Fairbanks I.S.D. Held at Cypress Falls High School, Houston, Texas, February 20, 1999.

  33. "Physical Geography of Europe and Its Relationship to European Geopolitics." Presented to the Advanced Placement Social Studies Conference, sponsored by The College Board, Dallas, Texas, October 23, 1998.

  34. “Physical Geography and Colonialism: Geography and History in Africa.” Presented to the 12th Annual Texas Alliance for Geographic Education Conference, sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education. Held at the Round Rock Independent School District, Round Rock, Texas, October 17, 1998.

  35. “Geographic Trends in the Post-Cold War World” and “Physical Geography and Its Relationship to the Geopolitics of Europe.” Presented to the Advanced Placement Institute, Texas Christian University, Office of Extended Education, Ft. Worth, Texas, July 15-16, 1998.


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