Courses offered for 2019-2020
I am a geographer and a licensed architect. My work is concerned with place-making, livelihood and how these aspects of life are shaped through, and in tension with, public policy. My research is primarily sited in Jamaica where I am from originally and has focused on the encounter between recent policy to curtail squatting and traditions of Black life that emerged through durable yet insecure possession of small parcels of land.
Goffe, R. (Forthcoming) “Negating the Plot: Life in the Shadow of Premature Death.”
Goffe, R., and E. Kelly. (2018) “America’s Deadliest Riots: The 1863 Draft Riots.” in Smith, N and Mitchell, D (eds) Revolting New York: How 400 Years of Riot, Rebellion, Uprising, and Revolution Shaped a City. Athens: University of Georgia Press. pp. 87-104.