Ph.D., Geography, University of Oklahoma
M.A., Geography, University of Missouri
B.S., Education, University of Missouri
Geographic Patterns Resulting from Attachment to Place and the Homeland Concept; Geographies of Public Memory, Heritage Tourism, and Popular Culture; K-12 Geography Teacher Training; Sport and Regional Identity.
- Hurt, D. 2018. Baseball Stadiums and Urban Reimaging in St. Louis: Shaping Place and Placelessness. In Explorations in PLACE Attachment, ed. Jeffrey S. Smith. London: Routledge.
- Payne, A and Hurt, D 2015. Narratives of the Mother Road: Geographic Themes Along Route 66. Geographical Review 105(3): 283-303.
- Hurt, D. 2014. Cartographic Influences on the Shaping of a Creek (Muscogee) Homeland in Indian Territory. In Mapping Native America: Cartographic Interactions between Indigenous Peoples, Government, and Academia, Volume II, ed. Daniel G. Cole and Imre Sutton, pp. 67-94. Charleston, S.C.: CreateSpace.
- Hurt, Douglas A. 2014. Review of "The Last Days of the Rainbelt". Great Plains Quarterly 34: 401 – 402.
- Hurt, D. with Jeffrey Widener. 2013. The Starbucks Experience: Percolations from Mexico and the United States. Illinois Geographer 55(2): 17-42.
- Hurt, D. with Ajax Delvecki, Adam Payne, and Gary Gress. 2012. Oklahoma Tourism Along Route 66: Pioneers, Perseverance, Community and Freedom. Material Culture 44(1): 31-49. 2011. Roads Less Traveled: Emerging Tourism in Peru. FOCUS on Geography 54(1): 11-23. (with Jeffrey S. Smith).
- Hurt, D. 2010. Reinterpreting the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site. Geographical Review 100(3): 375-393.
- Hurt, D. 2010. Highway Expansion and Landscape Change in East Tennessee. FOCUS on Geography 53(2): 72-80.
- Hurt, D. 2006. Teaching and Research in Historical Geography: A Survey of U.S. Practitioners. Historical Geography 34: 71-85.
- Hurt, D. with Michael L Wallace. 2005. Teaching American Indian Geography and History with New Perspectives: The Lodge Pole River Project Example. Journal of Geography 104(5): 187-193.
- Hurt, D. 2005. Dialed In?: Geographic Expansion and Regional Identity in NASCAR’s Nextel Cup Series. Southeastern Geographer 45(1): 120-137.\
- Hurt, D. 003. Defining American Homelands: A Creek Nation Example, 1828-1907. Journal of Cultural Geography 21(1): 19-43.