3 New Summer Courses!

We are excited to bring 3 new summer courses to the Geography Program this summer! To view all summer course offerings click here.

Seminar- Geographies of Climate Justice

This course is taught by Shaina Sadai, a recipient of the University’s 2021 Distinguished Teaching Awards.

World Regional Geography (GEOGRAPH 220)

A popular course during the fall and spring semesters will arrive for the summer!

Seminar- Diverse Community Economies

This course is taught by Leo Hwang, who did his PhD with our late Julie Graham, who co-authored with Katherine Gibson under the blended pen name J.K. Gibson-Graham. The two publishd The End of Capitalism (As We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy (1996) and A Postcapitalist Politics (2006).

The Community Economies Research Network (CERN)

“Is an international network of researchers, activists, artists and others who are interested in ways of enacting new visions of economy. In particular, the network is interested in the productivity of understanding diverse economies and building more ethical economic and ecological relationships.”