Assistant Professor, Population Program
Institute of Behavioral Science (IBS)

GEOG-2002: Geographies of Global Change

This is an introduction to Human Geography through the study of various forms of social, economic, political, and climate- and environment-related change across different places around the world. We examine how some processes change places (i.e., contexts, people) at different scales while linking together people in different places, focusing particularly on the history of globalization, on political and economic transformations, population change and urbanization, and human-environment interactions. This course also satisfies one of CU's Minimum Academic Preparation Standards (MAPS) requirements.

Class materials are available on Desire2Learn during the semester when the class is being taught.