Scott Warren

Scott Warren explores the increasing pressure on land and life in southern Arizona as a result of the hardening of the U.S.-Mexico border. Scott is a historical geographer having completed his B.S. and M.S. degrees in geography at the University of Nevada and Montana State University, respectively. He is pursuing the PhD at Arizona State University, and his interests in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands stem from personal and academic pursuits that have taken him throughout the American West and Latin America.

PRESENCE AND ABSENCE IN THE DESERT BORDERLANDS

The iconic landscapes of the North American Southwest conceal the tension along the U.S.-Mexico border.   Title:┬áPresence and Absence in the Desert Borderlands Description: The iconic landscapes of the North American Southwest conceal the tension along the U.S.-Mexico border. For full HD quality watch this clip through the Vimeo site (Load the video, but then […]

AFTER THE CROSSING

Contributors: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner You just can’t carry enough water for a Summer crossing of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert. Based on his first-hand experience, journalist John Annerino estimated that a person needs anywhere from 2-5 gallons of water per day to replenish that lost to the relentless sun. For thousands of undocumented migrants the […]