Zoltan Grossman


Zoltan Grossman is a geographer who teaches Native American and Indigenous Studies, studying the intersections of racial/ethnic nationalism, natural resources, and militarism. His expertise includes settler colonialism and Indigenous decolonization, U.S. interracial relations, racist/white supremacist and anti-racist movements, social movements, crosscultural populist alliances, environmental and climate justice, maps and historical cartography, geopolitics and globalization, and military interventions and bases. He earned a Ph.D in geography in 2002, an M.S. in geography in 1998, and a B.A. and B.S. in history and geography in 1984, all from the University of Wisconsin.

B.A. and B.S., History and Geography, University of Wisconsin, 1984; M.S., Geography, University of Wisconsin, 1998; Ph.D., Geography, University of Wisconsin, 2002.

Expertise geography, Native American studies
Geography, Native Studies, Anti-Racism, Environmental Justice, Social Movements, Maps, Militarism


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