Archive April 2015
The UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees “has asked the campus community to submit thoughts and ideas about a request to rename Saunders Hall and the larger question of fully understanding the University’s 221-year-old history.” My response was submitted via http://bot.unc.edu/comments/ and is also posted here as an open letter: April 23, 2015 To the Board […]
Our GEOG 650 Ackland Study Gallery focused on intersections of art, technology, and environments. It showed on the Museum’s 2nd Floor from January 7 – February 15, 2015, featuring works by Paul Strand, Arthur Rothstein, Peter Goin, Burk Uzzle, and Nam Jun Paik. More here on the Ackland’s study galleries.
Inquiry-based learning in Political Geography (Geog 453) has been supported through the Graduate Research Consultant (GRC) Program of UNC’s Office of Undergraduate Research. Recent undergraduate research projects in Political Geography have included: The Geographies of Social Movements: https://geographiesofsocialmovements.web.unc.edu/ Experiences at the US/Mexico Border: https://experiencesusmexicoborder.web.unc.edu/ Case Studies in Border Disputes and Separations: borderlandsandborders.web.unc.edu Land Expropriation: […]