Martin Bosman

Associate Professor


Office: NES 209
Phone: 813.974.4770


Dr. Bosman’s research focuses on global city formations, the political economy and ecology of urbanization, and the politics of place-competition. He is particularly interested in working with students on geographies of urbanization and globalization; gated communities and the politics of anti-urban economic development; and the rift in the metabolic relations between cities and nature.

Graduate Students

Osensang Pongen
Nousheen Rahman

Specialty Area


Recent Journal Articles

Wong, J.K.A. and Bosman, M.M., (2014), Spatial Displacement and Temporal Deferral: toward an alternative explanation of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint Basin Water Conflict. Water Alternatives, Vol. 7, 3, pp. 584-609