Research Interests


Vincent Del Casino is a broadly trained human geographer with interests in social and cultural geography, health geography, geographic thought and history, sexuality studies, HIV/AIDS, and sexual and health politics in Southeast Asia and Long Beach, California. His most recent projects include studies of the relationships between HIV prevention programs and drug use, the politics of 'the body' and biomedicine, and the interconnections between transportation, mobility, and homelessness.

Editorial Boards, Dialogues in Human Geography and Social and Cultural Geography

Public Lectures, Society, Geography, and the New Longevity and There is No Such Thing as Big Data

Editorial, Want an Online Degree? Net Neutrality Threatens That, Arizona Republic

Opinion, "Machine Learning, Big Data, and the Future of Higher Education,” Inside Higher Education (

Student Engagement Defined, Concept of UA Student Engagement Initiative

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