Ph.D.: Geography, Michigan State University, 2013.
Dissertation: “Technology and Place: A Geography of Waste-to-Energy in the United States”; Advisor: Dr. Kyle T. Evered
M.S.: Geography, Michigan State University, 2010
B.A.: Anthropology, College of William & Mary, 2008
Program Coordinator, Environmental & Sustainability Studies, Rowan University (2016-pres)
Visiting Scholar, Research Program, East-West Center Honolulu (January 2015)
Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Planning & Sustainability, Rowan University (2013-pres)
New Jersey Pinelands Commission, Camden County representative (three-year term, 2018-pres)
Howell, Jordan P. 2017. "Waste Governance and Ecological Identity in Maui, Hawaii, USA". Geoforum 79: 81-89.
Howell, Jordan P. and Todd Sundberg. 2016. "Towards an Affective Geopolitics: Soft Power and The Danish Notion of 'Hygge'". Environment, Space, Place 7: 97-120.
Howell, Jordan P. 2015. "Alternative Waste Solutions for the Pacific Region: Learning from the Hawai'i Experience". AsiaPacific Issues 121: 1-8.
Howell, Jordan P. 2015.“’Modes of Governing’ and Solid Waste Management in Maui, Hawaii, USA”. Environment and Planning A 47: 2153-2169.
Johnson, Laura, Jordan P. Howell, and Kyle T. Evered. 2015. “‘Where nothing was before’: (Re)producing population and place in Ghana’s Volta River Project”. Journal of Cultural Geography 32: 195-213.
Howell, Jordan P. 2015. “The Fate of Waste in Hawaii: Technology Assessment and Solid Waste Planning in Hawaii, 1968-1978”. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 36: 67-82.
Howell, Jordan P. and David L. Baylis. 2014. “Mapping Energy: Cartographies of Energy into the 21st Century”. Geographical Review 104: 209-228.
Howell, Jordan P. 2012. “Risk society without reflexive modernization? The case from northwestern Michigan.” Technology in Society 34: 185-195.
Howell, Jordan P. 2011. “’Powering progress’: Regulation and the development of Michigan’s electricity landscape”. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101: 962-970.
(scheduled) “How Can the Ecological Identity Concept Shape Policy Relating to Environmental Infrastructures?”. 2018 Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting; New Orleans, LA.
(scheduled) “New Trends in Geography Departments – Sustainability Studies Degrees”. Discussant at 2018 Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting; New Orleans, LA.
(scheduled) Discussant, “Social, Political, and Economic Theory as Policy 'Relevance-Makers' for Environmental History”. Roundtable session at 2018 American Society for Environmental History Annual Conference; Riverside, CA.
"Ambivalence, Ecological Identity and Burning Garbage: Honolulu’s HPOWER Incinerator as a Medium-Term Technology”. 2017 Society for the History of Technology Annual Meeting; Philadelphia, PA.
“Ecological Identity, Governance, and Solid Waste Management: The Case of Honolulu's HPOWER Waste-to-Energy Facility”. 2017 Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting; Boston, MA.
“Career Viewpoint from the College Level”. 2016 Annual Spring Conference of the New Jersey Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America: Atlantic City, NJ.
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