Hon. B.A.- Western University (Canada)
M.A.G.- Texas State University, San Marcos
Ph.D.- Clark University
Research and Teaching Interests
I teach human geography courses in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies.
My research interests are in urban studies and cultural geography in the Inland Empire, on the US-Mexico border, Mexico, and Europe.
Most summers I lead study abroad classes to Mexico and the Czech Republic.
Kohout, M. 2023. From the Poor People's Campaign to the Poor People's Campaign: Fifty years of protest in the United States. In Banas, M and Saduov, R. Eds. Protest in Late Modern Societies: Dynamics, Forms, and Futures. New York: Routledge.
Kohout, M. and Kopp, J. 2020. Green space ideas and practices in European cities. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 63(14): 2464-2483.
Collins, K. and Kohout, M. 2020. Regional geographies of the US-Mexico border. In Bosco, F. and Jackiewicz, E. Eds. Placing Latin America: Contemporary Themes in Geography. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
Kohout, M. 2019. Sustainable Empire? In Mossner, S., Freytag, T. and Krueger, R. Eds. Adventures in Sustainable Urbanism: Notes from the Field. Albany: SUNY Press.