Three new Geography courses for the fall!

These Geography courses are all a great way to get upper-level hours and COLL (CASE) S&H credit.  In addition, G323 Geography of Latin America also fulfills COLL (CASE) Global Civilizations and Cultures Culture Studies.  Students in G369 will cook and eat as they learn about the Geography of Food – a wonderful option for students who like courses that have a “hands on” component.

Check them out!

G323  Geography of Latin America

MW, 5:45-7:00 pm, SB 005

Instructor:  Michael Perkins, ABD

Learn about the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, South America. Topics include the natural environment, settlement, the agrarian sphere, urbanization and industrialization, regional development issues, and geopolitics.

COLL (CASE) S&H, COLL (CASE) Global Civilizations & Cultures


G369  Geography of Food

M, 9:30-10:30 am, SB 005

W, 9:30-10:45 am, SB 018

Instructor:  Dr. Daniel Knudsen

Learn about food from the domestication of grains and animals through the emergence of regional cuisines. Then shift gears and learn about recent trends in the restaurant industry.  Most importantly, cook and eat as you learn! Make pasta, carve apple swans, and compose salads.



G380  Cultural Geography

MW, 2:30-3:45 pm, SY 0008

Instructor:  Dr. Jillian Rickly-Boyd

Introduces the fundamentals of how culture is expressed (and contested) through the mediums of place and landscape.

Examines the importance of these in the arts and humanities and in the formation of individual and collective identity.