Carnegie Hall, Room 104
GEOG 111: Human Geography of Global Issues
This course examines the basic concepts and processes that shape human geography. Global patterns of population, culture, natural resources, economy and urbanization are surveyed and the factors influencing these patterns are discussed. Distinctions between the more developed (core) and the less developed (peripheral) regions of the world are highlighted and regional examples are used to illustrate geographic concepts. The course also relates current social, economic, environmental and political issues and events to the various themes presented.
Bill Moseley, Professor