The virtual conference “Encountering Difference, Embodying Boundaries, and Unsettling Borders: Middle Eastern Refugees and Immigrants in the European Union” begins with a panel on “Queer Refugees/Queering Refugee Studies” on October 9, 2020. The virtual conference explores how Middle Eastern refugee … Continued
Pallavi Gupta, Banu Gökarıksel, and Sara Smith, 2020. “The politics of saving Muslim women in India: Gendered geolegality, security, and territorialization,” Political Geography, volume 83, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2020.102257 Part of special issue: Security, violence, and mobility: The embodied and everyday politics of … Continued
The deadline is Nov. 13 noon, 2020. You can submit digital maps, or online maps (URLs) via this link. The best three maps will be decided by a panel of GIS specialists. Students who create the best three maps … Continued
Rachel Woodul talks about COVID-19 and her research on pandemics. Click this link to listen.
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Mountain streams are a critical part of the global carbon cycle, because they connect terrestrial and aquatic environments and have a higher proportion of stream water in direct contact with surrounding soils. A new study led by three geography undergraduate … Continued
In this new UNC pilot program, students will learn Vietnamese alongside students enrolled at SOAS in London and other international learners from around the world. The synchronous teaching from an institution highly ranked for its pedagogy will allow students to … Continued
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Land Cover and Land Use Change on Islands Social & Ecological Threats to Sustainability Editors: Walsh, S.J., Riveros-Iregui, D., Acre-Nazario, J., Page, P.H. (Eds.) Springer-Nature (2020) https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030439729 Globalization in the 21st century is posing new challenges to humans and natural … Continued
Geography faculty Jon Lepofsky will be a teaching fellow with the Institute of African American Research’s initiative for Student Learning to Advance Truth and Equity (IAAR-SLATE) this fall 2020. Jon’s First Year Seminar: Making Myth-Leading Memories: Landscapes of Remembrance (GEOG58) … Continued