Keith Yearman’s Profile


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Education:                  M.A., Geography & Environmental Studies, 2000

                                    Northeastern Illinois University


                                    B.A., Magna Cum Laude, Geography, 1998

                                    Minor:  Mexican & Caribbean Studies

                                    Northeastern Illinois University


                                    A.A., 1996

                                    College of DuPage




                                    “A Primer in US Foreign Policy in Latin America for World Regional Geography Students.”  In Progress.


                                    “Taking Oscar Newman to the Extreme:  Petit Apartheid and Latinos in Rosemont.”

                                    In progress.


                                    "Eola: The Last Rural Hamlet of Southwestern DuPage County." Bulletin of Illinois

Geographical Society, Volume XLI, Number 1, Spring 1999.


“The Geography of Reed-Turner Woodland.”  In Landscape Ecosystem Types of

Reed-Turner Woodland, Thomas Simpson, ed.  Chicago:  Department of Geography

& Environmental Studies, Northeastern Illinois University, 1998.


"Navassa Island-A Look at Hell." Bulletin of the Illinois Geographical Society,

Volume XL, Number 1, Spring 1998.


Also authored several pieces as an intern with Voice of America.



Presentations:            Presented at the 1998, 1999 and 2002 Annual Meetings of the Illinois Geographical Society.

                                    Will also present at the 2003 Annual Meeting.


                                    Appeared on the Yahale Yadede Show, WZRD-FM, discussing Navassa Island (1998).