Michael Brown

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Geography University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
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Knopp L, Brown M, Mckeithen W. (2018) Urban Politics as the Unfolding of Social Relations in Place: The Case of Sexually Transmitted Disease Investigation in Mid‐Twentieth‐Century Gay Seattle International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 42: 390-407
Brown M, Knopp L. (2016) Sex, drink, and state anxieties: governance through the gay bar | Sexe, boisson et anxiétés de l’Etat : gouvernance par le bar gay | Sexo, bebidas y ansiedades estatales: Gobernanza a través del bar gay Social and Cultural Geography. 17: 335-358
Brown M, Knopp L. (2014) The birth of the (gay) clinic. Health & Place. 28: 99-108
Brown M. (2014) Gender and sexuality II There goes the gayborhood Progress in Human Geography. 38: 457-465
Morrill RL, Knopp L, Brown M. (2011) Anomalies in Red and Blue II: Towards an understanding of the roles of setting, values, and demography in the 2004 and 2008 U.S. presidential elections Political Geography. 30: 153-168
Brown M, Knopp L. (2010) Between Anatamo- and Bio-Politics: Geographies of Sexual Health in Wartime Seattle Political Geography. 29: 392-403
Brown M. (2009) 2008 Urban Geography Plenary Lecture - Public Health as Urban Politics, Urban Geography: Venereal Biopower in Seattle, 1943-1983 Urban Geography. 30: 1-29
Brown M, Knopp L. (2008) Queering the Map: The Productive Tensions of Colliding Epistemologies Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 98: 40-58
Morrill RL, Knopp L, Brown M. (2007) Anomalies in red and blue: Exceptionalism in American electoral geography Political Geography. 26: 525-553
Brown M. (2006) Sexual citizenship, political obligation and disease ecology in gay Seattle Political Geography. 25: 874-898
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