Dr. Ann Fletchall

Visiting Assistant Professor of Geography

EMAIL: amfletchall@muw.edu

About Dr. Fletchall

B.A., Gustavus Adolphus College;
M.A., Arizona State University;
Ph.D., Arizona State University

Teaching areas: World Geography, upper-level regional geography courses, Population Geography, and Economic Geography

Research interests: televisual geographies, sense of place, the cultural landscape

Selected publications:

  • Fletchall, A.M. 2016. Place-Making Through Beer-Drinking: A Case Study of Montana’s Craft Breweries. Geographical Review 106(4): 539-566. 
  • Fletchall, A.M. 2015. U.S. Television Travels Abroad: Global TV and the Formatting Trend. In S.P. Mains, J. Cupples, and C. Lukinbeal (eds.) Mediated Geographies and Geographies of Media. The Netherlands: Springer. 
  • Fletchall, A.M. 2013. Making Sense of the Strip: The Postmodern Pastiche of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Southeastern Geographer 53(1): 102-122. 
  • Fletchall, A.M., C. Lukinbeal, and K.E. McHugh. 2012.  Place, Television, and the Real Orange County. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag. 
  • McHugh, K.E. and A. M. Fletchall. 2009.  Memento Mori: The Death of Youngtown. The Professional Geographer 61(1): 21-35.