Rebecca Croog

Mellon Teacher-Scholar Postdoctoral Fellow – Interdisciplinary Humanities


  • Education

    PhD, Geography & Urban Studies, Temple University
    Dissertation: The Urban-Agricultural City as a Historical Geography: A Case Study of Philadelphia

    B.A., Environmental Studies and Spanish/Latin American Studies, Gettysburg College,

  • Publications

    “The Parametrics of Puberty: Regulatory Networks and the Modulation of Normality” (first author, with Allison Hayes-Conroy, Rob Kulanthinal, Alexis Saenz Montoya, and Carlee Cunningham), Spotlight on Exploratory Research in Health, 2020

    “Not Quite Quiet, Not Quite Encroachment: Interrogating the Political Nature of Urban Subaltern Community Engagement in Medellín, Colombia” (with Allison Hayes-Conroy, Alexis Saenz Montoya, and Felipe Muñoz), Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 2019

    “Real World Food Justice and the Enigma of the Scholar Activist Label: A Reflection on Research Values” (first author, with Allison Hayes-Conroy, Alexis Saenz Montoya, and Victor Gutierrez-Velez), ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, 2018

    “Campus Sustainability at the Edges: Emotions, Relations, and Bio-Cultural Relations,” (single- authored), Geoforum, 2016

  • Courses Taught

    HMN-365: Humanity and Nature