Dr. Banu Gökarıksel receives the American Association of Geographers 2018 Enhancing Diversity Award. You can find out more about the award here: http://www.aag.org/diversityaward
The NASA Land Cover/Land Use Change (LCLUC) Program awarded the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill a three-year grant in the amount of $720,000 to examine the effects of social and ecological factors, particularly, human migration and tourism on … Continued
Students in Erika Wise’s Research Intensive GEOG416: Applied Climatology class presented their research projects through two virtual posters (in the Odum Institute Social Computing Room) and one paper poster (courtesy of UNC Geography) over the Fall 2017 semester.
Curley, A. (2018) A failed green future: Navajo Green Jobs and energy “transition” in the Navajo Nation. Geoforum, 88, 57-65.
Klingorová, K. & B. Gökarıksel (2017) ‘God was with me everywhere’: women’s embodied practices and everyday experiences of sacred space in Czechia. Gender, Place & Culture, 1-24.
Olson, E. (2017) Geography and ethics III:Whither the next moral turn? Progress in Human Geography, DOI: 10.1177/0309132517732174
2017 UNC GIS Day (Nov. 15, 2017) event had three activities: the traditional map competition, scavenger hunt, and Student-led Humanitarian Mapathon. These activities were sponsored by the following organizations at UNC-CH – UNC Library, UNC Department of Geography, and UNC … Continued
The Department of Geography faculty calls for the removal of Silent Sam from McCorkle Place. As geographers we challenge our students to consider the importance of cultural landscapes and built environments in reflecting and shaping our identities, social relations, and … Continued
Hosted by the National Humanities Center, this NEH (National Endowment for the Humanities) Summer Institute explores modern Vietnam in order to situate the American War in broader spatial settings and longer historical contexts. “Contested Territory: America’s Role in Southeast Asia, … Continued
Vitro, K. A., M. E. Welsh, T. K. BenDor & A. Moody (2017) Ecological Theory Explains Why Diverse Island Economies Are More Stable. Complex Systems, 26, 135-156.