Carl T. Dahlman earned degrees in sociology, music, and
urban affairs before receiving his Ph.D. in geography from the
University of Kentucky in 2001. He is the Director of the
International Studies Program at Miami University, where his
teaching focuses on political geography, migration and mobility,
and globalization. His current research includes the role of
European integration in the geopolitics of Southeastern Europe, and
he has published a book on the subject, Bosnia Remade: Ethnic
Cleansing and Its Reversal(Oxford University Press, with
Gearoid (c) Tuathail). He is a co-author of Pearson's
Introduction to Contemporary Geography, with James M.
Rubenstein and William H. Renwick. He enjoys photography and
hunting for fossils with his son.
William H. Renwick earned a B.A. from Rhode Island College in 1973 and a Ph.D. in geography from Clark University in 1979. He has taught at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Rutgers University, and is currently Associate Professor of Geography at Miami University. A physical geographer with interests in geomorphology and environmental issues, his research focuses on impacts of land-use change on rivers and lakes, particularly in agricultural landscapes in the Midwest. He is a co-author of Pearson's Introduction to Contemporary Geography, with James M. Rubenstein and Carl T. Dahlman. When time permits, he studies these environments from the seat of a wooden canoeboat. He is a co-author of Pearson's Introduction to Contemporary Geography, with James M. Rubenstein and Carl T. Dahlman.