- PhD, Ohio State University, 2001
- MA, University of Arizona, 1994
- BA, University of Arizona, 1992
- Transport geography
- National parks
- Urban geography
- American West
- Historical GIS
Weber, J., and Selima Sultana. In Press. The Parks Belong to the People: The Geography of the National Park System. Athens: University of Georgia Press.
Weber, J. 2023. The Origins of the Section Line Arterial Street Grid in Tucson, Arizona. Journal of the Southwest 65(2): 149-176.
Weber, J. 2023. The Public Land Survey Landscape in the Intermountain American West. Professional Geographer 75(3) 452-462.
Sultana, Selima, Josh Merced, Ridwaana Allen, Gregory Carlton, and Joe Weber. 2023. Great Smoky Mountains National Park and its Missing Black Visitors: A Preliminary Analysis on the Hidden Architecture of Landscape. Southeastern Geographer 63(1): 15-35.
Weber, J. 2022. Mapping Historical Las Vegas: A Cartographic Journey. Reno: University of Nevada Press.
Weber, J. 2022. America’s Lost National Monuments. Journal of Historical Geography 78: 55-68.
Weber, J. 2022. Diamonds, Cloverleafs, and SPUIs: The Geography of Freeway Interchanges in the United States. Professional Geographer 74(1): 102-114.
Weber, J and M. LaFevor. 2021. Exploring Remnant Landscapes of Nevada’s Arrowhead Trail. Geographical Review. 111 (3): 437-457.
Weber, J. 2019. The three American wests. Professional Geographer 17(2): 239-252. Weber, J. 2018. The transition from folk to engineered roads in the Mojave Desert. Journal of Historical Geography 61: 14-26.
Weber, J. 2018. Route Change on the American Freeway System. Journal of Transport Geography 67: 12-23.
Weber, J. 2017. Continuity and Change in American Urban Freeway Networks. Journal of Transport Geography 58: 31-39.
Weber, J. 2016. America’s lost national park units: a closer look. The George Wright Forum 33(1) 59-69.
Weber, J. 2016. Yesterday’s Freeway Network of Tomorrow. Geographical Review 106: 54-71. Selima, S. and J.
Weber. 2014. The nature of urban growth and the commuting transition: Endless sprawl or a growth wave? Urban Studies 51: 544-576.
Weber, J. and S. Sultana. 2013. The Civil Rights Movement and the future of the National Park System. Tourism Geographies 15: 444-469.
Weber, J. and S. Sultana. 2013. Why do so few minority people visit national parks? Visitation and accessibility of “America’s Best Idea.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103: 437-464.