Cities and contemporary urban issues, post-disaster landscapes, indigeneity and cultural development, world heritage
Dr. Covey is a broadly trained social scientist and urban historian. Her research interests are framed by interplay between the physical layers of cities and constructions of ideological landscapes over time. She also works on how we imagine the past from different presents, the future of cities, and cities of the future.
ARCH 102A Capstone Project Preparation Seminar in Architecture
ARCH 102B Capstone Experience Seminar in Architecture
HUM 133AC/ENVDES 133AC Hidden in Plain Sight: Public History in Public Space (2022)
AMERSTD 191 Senior Thesis Seminar
AMERSTD 188C Food Culture in America: Food Spaces and Culinary Tourism
Performances of “Pasts:” Spaces of Indigeneity and Heritage Tourism in Cuzco. Chapter 8.3 in “Representations of the Inca Past in the Present,” in Oxford Handbook of the Incas, Oxford University Press, 2018.
Inca Storage Systems in the Imperial Heartland (Cuzco, Peru): Risk Management, Economic Growth, and Political Economy. R. Alan Covey, Kylie E. Quave, and Catherine E. Covey. Chapter Seven in, Linda R. Manzanilla and Michell S Rothman (eds.), “Storage and Administration in Ancient Complex Societies: Administration, Organization, and Control,” Routledge, NY, 2016.