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Kyle Walker

Associate Professor
Geography
Scharbauer Hall 2004D

kyle.walker@tcu.edu | 817-257-5241

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Education

Ph.D., University of Minnesota
MA, University of Minnesota
BA, University of Oregon

Courses Taught

World Regional Geography
Introduction to GIS
Data Analysis & Visualization
Advanced GIS
Urban & Business GIS

Areas of Focus

Population geography; cities and suburbs; demographic data visualization

Walker, Kyle E.(2016) Baby boomer migration and demographic change in U.S. metropolitan areas.  Migration Studies. DOI: 10.1093/migration/mnw012.   

Walker, Kyle E.(2016) tigris: An R Package to Access and Work with Geographic Data from the US Census Bureau. The R Journal.

Walker, Kyle E.(2016) Locating neighborhood diversity in the American metropolis. Urban Studies.  DOI: 10.1177/0042098016643481.

Walker, Kyle E. (2016) Tools for interactive visualization of global demographic concepts in R. Spatial Demography4(3), pp. 207-220.

Walker, Kyle E.(2015) The spatiality of local immigration policies in the United States.Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie106(4), pp. 486-498.

Walker, Kyle E., and Sean M. Crotty. (2015) Classifying high-prevalence neighborhoods for cardiovascular disease in Texas. Applied Geography 57, pp. 22-31.

Walker, Kyle E. (2014) Immigration, local policy, and national identity in the suburban United States.Urban Geography35(4), pp. 508-529.

Walker, Kyle E., and Helga Leitner. (2011) The Variegated Landscape of Local Immigration Policies in the US. Urban Geography32(2), pp. 156-178.