Spring 2021 GEOG 510 Seminar in Physical Geography
Human Impacts on Climate
Instructor: Andrew Carleton
This graduate seminar examines the many ways in which human activities influence recent and contemporary climate, via changes to the energy and moisture budgets on local through regional to hemispheric/global scales. It is geared not only to physical geographers but to all those students with an interest in how the climatic background state is changing, and the role of humans.
Spring 2021 GEOG 520/WMNST 597 Seminar in Human Geography
Who Cares? The Geography of Care, Vulnerability and Responsibility
Instructor: Lorraine Dowler
This class will focus on the places, and scales of contemporary care in order to conceptualize care as a progressive action that unlike the quote above obliges states, institutions and individuals to actively care across distant spaces.
Spring 2021 GEOG 530 Seminar in Human–Environment Interactions, Section 1
Political ecology of the food-energy-water nexus: energy transitions and environmental justice
Instructor: Jennifer Baka
Spring 2021 GEOG 530 Seminar in Human–Environment Interactions, Section 2
Coordinated FEWS seminar on integrating water, food system, agriculture, and conservation to justice and energy issues through nexus approaches
Instructor: Karl Zimmerer