Course Syllabi

An Archive of most recent syllabi of department course offerings:

Geography 1: Global Environmental Change – Spring 2012 – Byrne

Geography 4: World Peoples and Cultures – Spring 2012 – Jelly-Schapiro

Geography 10: World Regions, Peoples and States – Fall 2015 – Kosek

Geography 20: Globalization – Spring 2017 – Stehlin

Geography 24: Freshman Seminar – Fall 2015 – Watts

Geography 31: Justice, Nature, & the Geographies of Identity – Spring 2012 – Kosek

Geography C32: Introduction to Development Studies – Spring 2017 – Watts

Geography 40: Intro to Earth System Science – Fall 2016 – Larsen

Geography 50AC: California – Fall 2016 – Lunine

Geography 80: Digital Worlds – Fall 2015 – O’Sullivan

Geography 109: Prehistoric Agriculture – Spring 2007 – Byrne

Geography C112: History of Development and Underdevelopment – Spring 2012 – Hart

Geography 123: Postcolonial Geographies – Fall 2009 – Hart

Geography 130: Food and the Environment – Spring 2017 – Sayre

Geography C135: Water Resources and the Environment – Spring 2016 – Larsen

Geography C136: Terrestrial Hydrology – Spring 2017 – Larsen

Geography 137: Top Ten Environmental Problems – Spring 2016 – Rhew

Geography 140A: Physical Landscapes: Process and Forms – Spring 2017 – Cuffey

Geography 140B: Physiography and Geomorphologic Extremes – Fall 2016 – Cuffey

Geography 142: Climate Dynamics – Fall 2014 – Chiang

Geography 143: Global Change Biogeochemistry – Fall 2014 – Rhew

Geography C146: Communicating Ocean Science – Spring 2016 – Rhew

Geography 147: Communicating Climate Science – Fall 2015 – Rhew

Geography 148: Biogeography – Spring 2009 – Byrne

Geography 159AC: The Southern Border – Fall 2008 – Manz & Shaiken

Geography C160A: American Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 1900 – Fall 2008 – Groth

Geography C160B: American Cultural Landscapes, 1900 to the present – Spring 2017 – Groth

Geography 164: The Geography of Economic Development in China – Spring 2017 – Hsing

Geography 170: Special Topic – Violence in Africa – Fall 2016 – Laudati

Geography 170: Special Topic – Politics of the Anthropocene – Spring 2016 – Kosek

Geography 170: Special Topic – Race, Space, and Inequality – Spring 2016 – Lewis

Geography 171: Special Topic – Climates of the World – Fall 2016 – Miller

Geography 180: Field Methods for Physical Geography – Spring 2017 – Wahl

Geography 183: Cartographic Representation – Spring 2017– Cowart

Geography 187: Geographic Information Analysis – Spring 2017– O’Sullivan

Geography 200A: Contemporary Geographic Thought – Fall 2016 – Sayre

Geography 200B: Contemporary Geographic Thought – Spring 2017 – Watts

Geography 203: Nature and Culture: Social Theory, Social Practice, and the Environment – Fall 2016 – Sayre

Geography 251: Black Geographies – Spring 2017 – Lewis

Geography 252: Topics in Economic Geographies – Race and Economy in the Black Diaspora – Spring 2016 – Lewis

Geography 252: Topics in Economic Geographies – Spring 2016 – Watts