Clark Archer is a political, urban and population geographer whose work combines political science, economics, demographics, cartography and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). He brings all of these disciplinary perspectives to bear in creating atlases.
His Historical Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections, 1788-2004, was named Best Single-Volume Reference in Humanities; Social Sciences for 2006 by the Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers, and was on the Library Journal's Best Reference List for 2006. His Atlas of American Politics, 1960-2000, was named Choice Magazine's Outstanding Academic Title for 2003 by the Association of College and Research Libraries. His coauthors for both volumes were geographers Steve Lavin, also at UNL, Fred Shelley at the University of Oklahoma, and Kenneth Martis at West Virginia University. Lavin, Shelley and Archer teamed up to produce the Atlas of the Great Plains, published in 2011.
|Course Number||Course Title||Fall Even Years||Fall Odd Years||Spring Even Years||Spring Odd Years||Summer Session||Cross Listing|
|GEOG 272||Geography of World Regions||X||X||X||X||n/a|
|GEOG 361||Urban Geography||X||X||n/a|
|GEOG 444||Geodemographics: Theoretical Concepts and Practical Applications||X||GEOG 444/844|
|GEOG 447||Political Geography||X||GEOG 447/847|
|GEOG 497||Internship in Geography||X||X||X||X||X||GEOG 897|
|GEOG 844||Geodemographics: Theoretical Concepts and Practical Applications||X||GEOG 444/844|
|GEOG 847||Political Geography||X||GEOG 447/847|
|GEOG 897||Internship in Geography||X||X||X||X||X||GEOG 497|
|GEOG 996||Non-Thesis Research||X||X||X||X||n/a|