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Gesler, Wilbert M.

GESLER, Wilbert M.

GESLER, Wilbert M. American (born India), b. 1941. Genres: Geography, Medicine/Health. Career: Robert College for Girls, Istanbul, Turkey, instructor in mathematics, 1965-68; Pennsylvania State University, Behrend Campus, Erie, instructor in mathematics, 1968-69; University of Malawi, Bunda College of Agriculture, Lilongwe, lecturer in mathematics, 1969-71; Carolina Population Center, Chapel Hill, NC, research assistant on Noyes Fellowships, 1973-75; University of Lagos, Nigeria, research fellow at Institute of Child Health, 1976-77; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, instructor in geography, 1978, assistant professor, 1982-87, associate professor of geography, 1987-, director of graduate studies, 1988-; Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, assistant professor of geography, 1978-81. Publications: Health Care Delivery in Developing Countries, 1984; (with M.S. Meade and J. Florin) Medical Geography, 1988; The Cultural Geography of Health Care, 1991; (ed. with T. Ricketts) Health in Rural North America: The Geography of Health Care Services Delivery, 1992; Culture/Place/Health, 2001. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to scholarly journals.

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