Bradley spreads wisdom to students through the pedagogy of problem-solving. He is particularly interested in student engagement on digital learning platforms. Bradley is also focused on international education, particularly in regard to Temple’s Tokyo campus. His diverse array of life experiences and superior communication skills make him a strong mentor and student favorite. He teaches students the marketable skills of programming and spatial analysis, while giving them the soft skills they need to excel in a variety of careers.
Other things to know about him:
Proficient in Spanish – a beginner in Japanese
World traveler who has lived in London, Ho Chi Minh City, New York, and the Bay Area
DJ of classic hip hop and house music
Master of style
Trained in Muay Thai and Boxing
Blackbelt in Taekwondo
Certified Yoga Instructor
Mentor to younger folks both in and outside the classroom
Winddance Twine, F. and B. Gardener. 2013. Geographies of Privilege. New York: Routledge.
Gardener, B. High Risk Maneuvers: Geographies of Power and Labor Practices in Professional Wrestling’s Territorial Era. Natalie Koch Eds. Critical Geographies of Sport
Gardener, B. Race and Place: The Narratives of Octogenarian Jews in the Bronx. Christoper Mele and Robert Adelman Eds. Race, Space, and Exclusion. Routledge.
Winddance Twine, F. and B. Gardener. 2013. Introduction. Bradley Gardener and France Winddance Twine Eds. Geographies of Privilege. New York: Routledge.
Book Reviews and Encyclopedia Entries:
Don Mitchell, Natalie Koch, Bradley Gardener, Neil Conner, Margaret M. Gripshover, Michael Friedman, Matthew T. Huber, and Robert B. Ross Book Review forum of The Great Baseball Revolt: The Rise and Fall of the 1890 Players League. AAG Review of Books, 6 (2): 141-153.