Hunker, Henry L.
HUNKER, Henry L.
HUNKER, Henry L. American, b. 1924. Genres: Urban studies, Geography. Career: Professor Emeritus, Geography and Public Policy and Management, 1994-, Ohio State University, Columbus (faculty member since 1949; Assistant Dean, College of Commerce and Administration, 1966-68; Director, Center for Community Analysis, 1968-70; Acting Director, School of Public Policy and Management, 1989-91). Fulbright Lecturer, Australia, 1957; Battelle Fellow, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio, 1972-73. Publications: Industrial Evolution of Columbus, Ohio, 1958; Ohio, 1960; (with A. J. Wright) Factors of Industrial Location in Ohio, 1963; (ed.) Introduction to World Resources, 1964; Industrial Development: Concepts and Principles, 1974; Ohio and Its Resources (18 filmstrips/cassettes), 1975; Community Attitudes and Perceptions of Selected Manufacturers in Ohio, 1979; The Teaching and Study of Geography, 1980; Columbus, Ohio: A Personal Geogrpahy, 2000. Contributor of articles and chapters in books. Address: Dept. of Geography, Ohio State University, 154 N Oval Mall, Columbus, OH 43214, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]