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Kalli F. Doubleday

Doctoral Candidate University of Texas at Austin

Department of Geography and the Environment kdoubleday@utexas.edu

Research Specialties: human-environment interactions, human geography, animal geography, South Asia, human-carnivore conflict, human dimensions of wildlife management, qualitative and participatory methods Education

University of Texas, Austin

Department of Geography and the Environment

PhD Program, Expected Graduation May 2017, Current GPA: 4.00

Dissertation: Rewilding, Developing, Evolving: human-environmental relations in context of apex predators in Rajasthan, India

Chair: Paul C. Adams, Ph.D.

California State University, Long Beach M.A, Geography May 2011, GPA: 3.87

Thesis: Street Performers and the Sense of Place: A Case Study of Third Street Promenade Shopping Center, Santa Monica, California. Chair: James R. Curtis, Ph.D.

Texas Christian University, Fort Worth B.A, Geography May 2009

Major (Geography) GPA: 3.8 Minor (History) GPA: 3.6 Independent Instructor Positions

Fall 2011- May 2012

Adjunct, Department of Geography, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth  Course: World Regional Geography

o Student Evaluations: 75% Excellent  Course: Topical Studies in Geography

o Advised two student research projects ultimately presented at AAG and local conferences Fall 2010

Supplemental Instructor, Learning Assistance Center, CSU Long Beach

 Taught biweekly class attached to World Regional Geography, a high risk course (30% or more receive D, F, or withdraw from the course) for 18 students

 Created exercises and activities to promote critical and geographic thinking Teaching Assistant Positions

Fall 2014 - Fall 2015

Department of Geography, University of Texas, Austin  Course: This Human World

 Student Evaluations: Spring 2015: 53% Excellent; Fall 2014: 60% Excellent

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Doubleday | 2 Spring 2011

Department of Geography, CSU Long Beach  Course: World Regional Geography  Student Evaluations: 49% Excellent

 Assisted in class preparation, activity planning and exam formation  Graded all material for 109 students

Pedagogical Training

2012 Instructional Design Strategies, Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence Workshop, Texas Christian University, April 9 - May 11, 2012

2012 eLearning Boot Camp (Persons eCollege), Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence Workshop, Texas Christian University, April 16 - May 18

2012 Teaching Fully Online, Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence Workshop, Texas Christian University, April 16 - May 18, 2012

2010 Attended weekly higher education teaching workshops led by Dr. Gen Ramirez Director of the Learning Assistance Center, CSULB as a Supplemental Instructor

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Crown, C.A. and K.F. Doubleday. Differential representation of human-leopard conflict in India across local, national, and international media. Conservation Biology. (Submitted)

Doubleday, K.F. and K. Duffey. Feeding the wild: human-animal relations on preserving India’s most famous tigress. Ambio. (In preparation)

Doubleday, K.F. and S.A. Townsend. Supplemental Instruction for World Regional Geography: An Instructor Perspective. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. (In preparation)

Other Publications

Doubleday, K.F. Flagship Species. In Humans and Animals: A Geography of Coexistence, eds. J. Urbanik and C.L. Johnston. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO/Greenwood. (Forthcoming 2016)

Doubleday, K.F. Indicator Species. In Humans and Animals: A Geography of Coexistence, eds. J. Urbanik and C.L. Johnston. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO/Greenwood. (Forthcoming 2016)

Doubleday, K.F. Keystone Species. In Humans and Animals: A Geography of Coexistence, eds. J. Urbanik and C.L. Johnston. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO/Greenwood. (Forthcoming 2016)

Slitine, M.A., K.A. Tasker, K.F. Doubleday, M. Polk, B. Knight, and C. Schneider. 2015. On Making and Becoming a Graduate. Southwestern Geographer, 18: C1-C3.

Doubleday, K.F. 2014. “Protecting Paradise” Photograph. In The Tadoba Inheritance, eds. B. Sahgal and L. Raman, 140-141. Mumbai: Sanctuary Asia.

Doubleday, K.F. Photograph .02, Cover Story: “On Their Shoulders: in praise of forest guards, the foundation for wildlife protection in India.” Sanctuary Asia, October 2014: 28.

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Doubleday | 3 Fellowships & Grants

2015 Graduate Professional Development Award, UT: Amount: $300

2014 Veselka Endowed Fellowship for Graduate Research Travel: Amount: $900 2014 Graduate Professional Development Award, UT: Amount: $300

2013 - 2014 College Recruitment Fellowship, University of Texas at Austin: Amount: $29,520 2013 - 2016 Tuition Fellowship, Department of Geography and the Environment, University of Texas 2013 - 2014 Texas Public Education Grant. Amount: $1,500 (declined)

2013 - 2014 University Tuition Grant, University of Texas at Austin: Amount: $1,500 (declined) 2010 Travel Grant, Annual Meeting of the AAG, TCU. Amount: $200

2009 - 2011 Out of State Tuition Scholarship, California State University, Long Beach 2009 Travel Grant, Annual Meeting of the AAG, TCU. Amount: $400

2008 Travel Grant, Annual Meeting of the AAG, TCU. Amount: $400 Awards & Honors

2015 The Explorers Club, only student member accepted from Texas 2014 Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society

2011 Nominee for “Best Thesis,” CSULB Geography Department 2008 Dean’s List at Texas Christian University

2008 Vice President of Gamma Theta Upsilon, International Geography Honor Society 2008 Gamma Theta Upsilon, International Geography Honor Society

2007 Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society Conference Participation

Paper Presentations

2016 Multi-Species Negotiations: Tigers and humans renegotiating boundaries and behavior after a decade of separation. (Forthcoming) Annual Meeting of the AAG, San Francisco, CA. 2015 ‘They do not understand us… they can go anywhere’: Sense of place in a renewed

Human-Tigers Landscape. Annual Meeting of the AAG, Chicago, IL.

2014 Land-Change in India’s Tiger Landscapes: A Discourse Analysis of Case Studies in and around Twelve of India’s Protected Areas. Annual Meeting of the AAG, Tampa, FL. 2012 A Place for Performance Arts: Street Performers, Perceptions, and Sense of Place. Annual

Meeting of the AAG, New York, NY.

2011 Street Performers and the Sense of Place: A Case Study of Third Street Promenade Shopping Center, Santa Monica, California. California Geographical Society Conference

2011 Third Street Promenade, Santa Monica, California: Spatial Relationships between Street Performers and Visitors. CSU, Long Beach Annual Graduate Research Competition 2011 Sense of Place, Performance Art and Pedestrian Malls: Third Street Promenade, Santa

Monica CA. Los Angles Geographical Society Conference

2010 Waiting on the Snow: Local Identity in a Transient Community. Los Angles Geographical Society Conference

2010 Developing Local Identity in Tourist Places: A Look at the Permanent Residents of Mammoth Lakes, California. Annual Meeting of the AAG, New York, NY. Washington, DC.

Panel Participation

2016 Panelist, Graduate Student Associations: Leadership, Purpose & Improvement. (Forthcoming) Annual Meeting of the AAG, San Francisco, CA.

2015 Panelist, Grieving Witnesses: The Politics of Grief in the Field. Annual Meeting of the AAG, Chicago, IL.

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Doubleday | 4 2013 Panelist, Breaking Out, and Out of, the Book: Strategies for Introducing Outside Content

while Building on the Introductory Geography Textbook. Annual Meeting of the AAG, Los Angeles, CA.

Session/Panel Organized, Chaired and/or Moderated

2016 Batteries, Boots & Blunders: Field Work Considerations & Advice for Graduate Students. (Forthcoming) Discussant and Organized, Annual Meeting of the AAG, San Francisco, CA. 2016 Graduate Student Associations: Leadership, Purpose & Improvement. (Forthcoming)

Discussant and Organized, Annual Meeting of the AAG, San Francisco, CA. 2015 Carnivore-Human Entanglements: Spaces Shared and In-between. Chaired and

Co-Organized, Annual Meeting of the AAG, Chicago, IL.

2015 Animal-Human Entanglements. Discussant and Co-Organized, Annual Meeting of the AAG, Chicago, IL.

2014 Publishing, Not Perishing: A Student’s Guide to Academic Publishing. Co-Organized, Annual Meeting of the AAG, Tampa, FL.

2014 Geography and Social Media: Engaging lower division geography students in the virtual field. Co-Organized, Annual Meeting of the AAG, Tampa, FL.

2013 Breaking Out, and Out of, the Book: Strategies for Introducing Outside Content while Building on the Introductory Geography Textbook. Co-Organized, Annual Meeting of the AAG, Los Angeles, CA.

2013 Geography and Diversity: Teaching Controversial Topics within a Diverse Lower Division Classroom. Co-Organizer, Annual Meeting of the AAG, Los Angeles, CA.

2013 Geography, Social Media and Distance Learning: Integrating Individual Nodes into a Networked Classroom. Chaired and Organized, Annual Meeting of the AAG, Los Angeles, CA.

Poster Presentation

2011 The Tea Party: An Imagined Community Maintained by Emotional Labor. CSU, Long Beach Achievement Awards Research/Creative Activity Presentation

2011 Activism, Emotional Labor and Imagined Communities. Los Angles Geographical Society Conference

2009 Where Stand the Red and Blue: Applied Geography. Annual Meeting of the AAG, Las Vegas.

Invited Speaking Engagements

2015 "Put the cobra in my backpack next to the tiger scat": A geographer’s up-close study of human-environmental relations.Guest speaker, Geography Department Undergraduate Colloquium,Texas Christian University, November 2015

2014 India’s Carnivore Conservation: Global Impacts. Guest speaker, World Environmental Day Summit, Rajasthan India, June 6, 2014

2012 Performance in Urban Spaces. Guest lecturer, Economic Geography course, Texas Christian University, March 2012

2011 What is Geography? Keynote speaker, Open Campus Colloquium, Texas Christian University, September 5, 2011

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Doubleday | 5 Co-Lead Geography Field Trips for Undergraduate Students

2012 Annual Meeting of the AAG, New York

2011 Panama: “The canal and beyond: cultural contrasts and the urban economic boom.” Texas Christian University, October, 2011

Academic Service: Nominated & Elected by Membership

2015 - 2017 Graduate Student Representative, Landscape Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers

2015 - 2016 President, Graduate Association of Geography & the Environment 2014 - 2015 Vice President, Graduate Association of Geography & the Environment 2013 - 2014 Historian, Graduate Association of Geography & the Environment

2011 - 2012 Adviser, TCU Geography Club, Supported students in both club activities and preparations for graduate school

Volunteer Service

2014 - 2015 Sariska Tiger Conservation Organization Rajasthan, India

 July-August 2015 wildlife rescue volunteer and snake bite/identification workshop volunteer

 May-June 2014 wildlife rescue volunteer

2013 Nikela.org: Daily communications volunteer, August 2013-present

TigerTrail.org: Daily communications volunteer, September 2013-May 2014 2012 Nobility Project: Quarterly volunteer for Bastrop Replant the Park, 2012-present

Mobile Loaves and Fishes: Monthly organizer and volunteer, 2012-present 2012 Association of American Geographers Diversity Ambassador

Skills Methods  Surveys  Semi-structured interviews  Focus groups  Participatory mapping Software

 GPS (Garmin) systems in the field  ArcGIS

 Nvivo, Dedoose (both software for qualitative and mixed methods research analysis)  I>clickers

 Microsoft Office: Word, EXCEL, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook Languages

 Able to speak and read basic French Memberships

2015 - Present The Explorer’s Club

2014 - Present American Association of University Women, Austin Branch

2011 - Present Southwestern Division Association of American Geographers 2010 - 2011 California Geography Society

2009 - 2011 Los Angeles Geographical Society 2008 - Present Association of American Geographers

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