Christine Rosenfeld, MS
Christine Rosenfeld is a Ph.D. candidate in Cultural Studies at George Mason University and holds an MS degree in Geography from Penn State. She completed her undergraduate degrees in Geography and Spanish. She speaks English, Spanish, a little French, and a tiny bit of Hawaiian.
For her doctoral research, she examines conflict in and about the Saddle region on the ‘Big Island’ of Hawai`i. She is a scholar of colonialism and as such, takes a colonial and occupation framework in her research.
She enjoys teaching an array of courses and has most recently taught courses on globalization and geography.