M.S. Geography, Certificate in GIS; Oklahoma State University
B.S. Geography, Computer Information Systems; University of Nebraska-Kearney
Peoples and Cultures of the World
Geographies of Europe, Asia, and Latin America
Maps and Spatial Reasoning
Web Mapping (Cartography)
Cultural, Political, Historical Geography
Toponymy, Geographic Information Systems
The Visegrád Four (Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, and Hungary)
Chloupek, Brett R. 2019. Public memory and political street names in Kosice, Slovakia’s multi-ethnic second city. The Journal of Historical Geography, 35 (2).
Chloupek, Brett. R. 2019. Post-communist city text in Košice, Slovakia as a liminal landscape. Miscellanea Geographica: History and space: challenges, methods, applications, 23 (2). (Special thematic issue celebrating 100th anniversary of Geography at the University of Warsaw, Poland.)
Chloupek, Brett R. 2019. Chapter: Refugees. In: D. Jerome ed. Examining war and conflict around the world. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO (in print December 2019).
Chloupek, Brett R. 2018. A GIS approach to cultural and historical toponymic research in Nebraska. Journal of Cultural Geography, 35 (2).
Recent Conference Papers
Chloupek, Brett R. Geographies of Opera in Communist Slovakia. Great Plains/Rocky Mountains Regional Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. October 5-6.
Chloupek, Brett R. 2018. Historical and spatial patterns in Eastern European street names. 17th International Conference of Historical Geographers, Warsaw, Poland. July 16. (Invited session: Old and historical maps as a tool: challenges for mind, development of form.)
Chloupek, Brett R. 2018. Chernobyl as a prototype for geopolitical ecotourism. Plains Safaris: A conference on tourism and conservation in the Great Plains. University of Nebraska Center for Great Plains Studies, April 19, 2018.
Student Group Advisement
Nepalese Student Association, Faculty Advisor
Other Professional Experiences
Member, Missouri Board on Geographic Names (MOBGN)
Fellow, Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (CREES) – University of Kansas (current)
Associate Fellow, Center for Great Plains Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (current)
Boren Fellowship, Dissertation Research Abroad in Slovakia, 2009-2010