HALSETH, Greg




Author Tags: Geography

Greg Halseth is an Associate professor in the Geography Program at UNBC where he is also the Canada Research Chair in Rural and Small Town Studies. He holds various degrees, such as, an MA and Ph.D. from Queen's University at Kingston(1993), and a BA from UBC.

Review of the author's work by BC Studies:
Building Community in an Instant Town: A Social Geography of Mackenzie and Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia
Investing in Place: Economic Renewal in Northern British Columbia

BOOKS:

Cottage Country in Transition: A Social Geography of Change and Contention in the Rural-Recreational Countryside (McGill-Queen's University Press, 1998)

Building Community in an Instant Town: A social geography of Mackenzie and Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia (UNBC Press, 2002) with Lana Sullivan.

Investing in Place: Economic Renewal in Northern British Columbia (UBC Press, 2012) with Sean Markey, and Don Manson. $95.00 978-0-7748-2291-6

Co-editor of:

Prince George: A social geography of British Columbia's "Northern Capital" (UNBC Press, 1998), with Regine Halseth.

Redevelopment at the Urban Edges (University of Waterloo, Department of Geography Publication Series, 2000) with Heather Nicol.



[BCBW 2012] "Resource Management"

Review of the author's work by BC Studies:
Building Community in an Instant Town: A Social Geography of Mackenzie and Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia

Cottage Country in Transition (McGill-Queen’s $60)
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Geography prof Greg Halseth has written Cottage Country in Transition (McGill-Queen’s $60).

[BCBW WINTER 1999]