Cynthia’s research focuses on gender, migration, legal regimes and international human rights campaigns. She teaches courses on world regional geography, global migration and women and international development.Courses
- World Regional Geography (GEOG 102),
- online (GEOG 102 7D1)
- Migration and Human Rights (GEOG 312)
- Gender, Society, Space (GEOG 612)
- Women and International Development (WGST 345)
- Feminist Theory (WGST 330/530)
- Women’s Movements Since the 1960s (WGST 449)
Culcasi, K., E. Skop and C. Gorman. 2019. Contemporary Refugee-Border Dynamics and the Legacies of the1919 Paris Peace Conference. The Geographical Review. DOI:10.1111/gere.12365
Gorman, C. 2019. “Defined by The Flood: Alarmism and the Legal Thresholds of U.S. Political Asylum.”
Gorman, C. 2018. “Singled out: Scaling violence and social groups as legal borderwork in U.S. asylum law.”
The Geographical Review. https://doi.org/10.1111/gere.12311
Gorman, C. 2018. “Feminist Legal Archeology, Domestic Violence and the Raced-Gendered Juridical
Boundaries of U.S. Asylum Law.” Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space.
Gorman, C. 2017. “Redefining Refugees: Interpretive Control and the Bordering Work of Legal Categorization
in U.S. Asylum Law.” Political Geography 58 (May): 36–45. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2016.12.006.
Gorman, C. 2016. “Containing Kassindja: Detention, Gendered Threats and Border Control in the United
States.” Gender, Place & Culture 23 (7): 955–68. https://doi.org/10.1080/0966369X.2015.1090412.