Historical Geography Seminar

Seminar in Historical Geography: Visualizing the Past
Historical geography is the study of past places, landscape change over time, and the spatial patterns and processes embedded in historical conditions and events. This seminar explores key concepts, sources, and analytical methods in historical geography. Students' independent research projects will draw on maps and other primary documents as sources of historical evidence and geographic information. Project development will focus on learning how to frame spatial questions, gather geographic data, and apply geospatial methods to historical research. The main topic of the seminar in 2009-10 will be the geographies of the Holocaust. (GEOG 0219 or GEOG 0310 or GEOG 0320; open to seniors only: others by waiver) 3 hrs. sem.
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GEOG 0419

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Fall 2009

GEOG0419A-F09 Seminar (Knowles)