Dr. Zimmerman came to DWC in 2010 after teaching in the Geography and Women’s and Gender Studies Programs at the University of Wisconsin in Platteville. Prior to that, he was a member of the Geography Department faculty at San Jose State University. Before his teaching stint at SJSU, he was a shipboard Expedition Leader for National Geographic, leading excursions primarily in Mexico, Canada, Alaska and the United States Pacific Northwest. Dr. Zimmerman devotes most of his professional energy to teaching, advising and working to strengthen the Intercultural Studies program and the overall environment of interculturality at the college.
2012 Zimmerman, Jackson and Michael Solem. A Facilitator’s Guide to the CGGE Modules (Updated). Association of American Geographers. http://www.aag.org/galleries/cgge-files/CGGE_Facilitators_Guide_Updated_May_2012.pdf
2011 Schlosser, Kolson, George White, Jonathan Leib, Simon Dalby, Katie Algeo, David Jansson & Jackson Zimmerman. Nationalism in Geography Classrooms: Challenges and Opportunities, Journal of Geography, 110:4,166-175
1998 The Jewish American Environmental Movement: Stewardship, Renewal and the Greening of Diaspora Politics, The Pennsylvania Geographer, 35(2):69-97.
1996 Review of Women's Rights, Human Rights: International Perspectives, eds. J.S.
Peters and Andrea Wolper, New York: Routledge, 1995. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Geography, 3(3):344-347.