Larry Knopp is Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences on the Tacoma campus. He is also Adjunct Professor of Geography and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies on the Seattle campus. A geographer by training, his interests are fundamentally interdisciplinary. His research concern questions of power and place, especially as they pertain to issues of sexuality, gender, class, and other axes of difference. He also studies feminist and queer theories; the theory, politics and practice of mapping queer populations and cultures; the politics of sexual health; and North American cultural and political geographies. Larry teaches courses and advises students on both the Tacoma and Seattle campuses of the University. These include undergraduate courses on gender and space, cultural geography, urban geography, and graduate seminars on critical place studies and interdisciplinary studies.