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Geography Knows No Boundaries

Credits: 3

This introductory geography course explores human geography, a discipline that studies people and places. Specifically, students will learn how people organize space and society, how we interact with each other in places and across space, and how we make sense of others and ourselves in our local areas, regions, and the world. In this course we will cover a range of topics such as language, religion, development, migration, and the unequal distribution of power. We will pay particular attention to key geographic approaches to contemporary globalization,specifically, how global processes are unevenly distributed and differently manifested across the world.

Sample Syllabus

Human Geography: Space, Place, & Location (01: 450: 103, Fall 2017 )

Human Geography: Space, Place, & Location (section 01)
Index Number: 00216
Credits: 3.00
Professor: MOTT, C
Schedule:
  • [L] Thu 9:50AM-11:10AM AB-2125 (CAC)
  • [L] Mon 9:50AM-11:10AM AB-2125 (CAC)

Upcoming Events

Oct 27 | 3:15PM | Rick Schroeder, Rutgers
Nov 3 | 3:15PM | Tony Broccoli, Rutgers
Nov 8 | 9:30AM | Faculty/Staff Meeting
Nov 10 | 3:15PM | Luke Trusel, Rowan University
Dec 6 | 9:30AM | Faculty/Staff Meeting
Dec 8 | 3:15PM | Laura Ogden, Dartmouth

Contact Us

Department of Geography-Rutgers University
Lucy Stone Hall
54 Joyce Kilmer Avenue
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8045
Voice  848.445.4103 or 848.445.4107
Fax  732.445.0006
Email: Cleo.Bartos@rutgers.edu