Fall 2019 SGD Colloquium

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Speaker Series Fall 2019

Friday Colloquia meet from 3:30 to 4:45 in ENR2 Building, Room S107. The series brings prominent scholars and professionals from across a range of perspectives, including human geography, spatial analytic methods, regional science, physical geography, and human-environment research.

Coffee, tea, and snacks are served starting at 3PM.

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Sept. 6

Students, Staff, & Faculty

Fall 2019 Welcome Back Colloquium!

Sept. 13

Aaron Bobrow-Strain

The Death and Life of Aida Hernandez: A Border Story

Sept. 20

Caitlin Kontgis Building a Data Refinery to Model Earth

Sept. 27

Amy Hessl

Paleo to the People: Can We Learn From Past Experiments in Civilization and Climate Change?

Oct. 4

Sarah Meerow

Planning for Urban Resilience in a Changing Climate

Oct. 11

Kaitlin Reed

Gold Rush to Green Rush: California Indians & Cannabis Cultivation

Oct. 18

Juan De Lara

Latinx Geographies in the Age of Just-In-Time Capitalism

Oct. 25

Andrea Gaughan

Intersections of People and Pixels: Mapping Linkages to Environmental Change

Nov. 1

Rebecca A. Tsosie

My Arizona Lecture - Indigenous Sustainability and Resilience to Climate Extremes: Traditional Knowledge and the Systems of Survival

Nov. 8

DeMarcus Jenkins

Unpacking the Space That Race Makes: A Spatial Analysis of Racism in Schools

Nov. 15

Steve Jackson

Alexander von Humboldt at 250: Humanistic Science for the Anthropocene

Nov. 22

Yadvinder Malhi The Metabolism of Planet Earth






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12/12/2011 - 12:11