Jonathan Kozar, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Harris Hall 207
(304) 696-2505
kozar@marshall.edu (best way to reach me)

Ph.D. Geography and Urban Regional Analysis – UNC Charlotte (2012)

Dr. Jonathan Kozar joined the Marshall University Department of Geography in 2017. He is an urban-economic geographer with interests in post-industrial economic transformations, innovation activity, knowledge-based business services, regional economic development policy, and Appalachia.

Teaching Responsibilities:

  • Human Geography (Critical Thinking, Writing Intensive)
  • Economic Geography (Critical Thinking)

Recent Publications:

  • William Graves and Jonathan Kozar, (2015) “Weak Foundations: The Failure of Equilibrium-Based Population Growth Forecasts,” Papers in Applied Geography Vol. 1 (2): 152-158.
  • William Graves and Jonathan Kozar, (2010) “Blending Southern Culture and International Finance: The Construction of a Global Money Center,” In Charlotte, NC: The Global Evolution of a New South City, Athens, GA.: University of Georgia Press, 87-101.

Dr. Jonathan Kozar