Adam Moore

Contact Information

Email    adam.moore@geog.ucla.edu
Office  1255 BUNCHE HALL

(Ph.D., UW Madison, 2010) is an Assistant Professor with research and teaching interests in the political geographies of ethnic conflict, post-war peacebuilding, nationalism, cultural diversity and the state, geographic theory, qualitative methods and Southeastern European politics.


PhD: Geography, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2010

Fields of Study

Political geography


 Peacebuilding in practice: Local experience in two Bosnian towns received the 2014 Julian Minghi Outstanding Research Award in political geography from the Political Geography Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers for a publication which "makes an innovative, original contribution to the conceptual and/or methodological embrace of political geography"

Selected Publications

  • 2013: Peacebuilding in practice: Local experience in two Bosnian towns. Cornell University Press
  • 2011: "The eventfulness of social reproduction" Sociological Theory 29(4): 294-314
  • 2008: “Rethinking scale as a geographical category: From analysis to practice” Progress in Human Geography 32(2): 203-225


My research and teaching interests include Southeast European politics, ethnic conflict and intra-state war, post-war peacebuilding, cultural diversity and the state, military logistics outsourcing, geographic theory, and qualitative methods