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Geography: A Career Without Borders

transportation and job siting, pursue human and environmental sustainability practices, and teach. The article also includes a brief summary of the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. ... location and public transportation have in common? Although it might not seem obvious, these disparate pursuits all involve the work of geographers. Most people outside the discipline think geography

In and Out of Place: Geographies of Revolt in Camus's La Peste

less studied spatial representations, bringing recent insights from human geography to bear on depictions of Oran and exile in the novel. From its start, The Plague insistently connects plot, spatial ... de l’espace [The Production of Space]) to preserve the emphasis on subjectivity the former term has long conveyed in human geography (177 n2). 4. See Barthes 540-45. 5. With its focus on individual

Semantic Ecology and Lexical Violence: Nature at the Limits of Law

, concerns the comparative underdevelopment of interdisciplinary work involving legal scholarship and (critical) human geography. The second, raised, in part, in response to the first, concerns a more ... least, is conspicuous by its virtual and long-standing absence or underdevelopment. This is the field of human or cultural geography. (The reader at this point might reasonably ask: "what would a legal

The Geography of Sexuality

(Supp. 1 2010)). 32. HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN FOUND., EQUALITY FROM STATE TO STATE 2010, at 16 (2011), availableat http://sites.hrc.org/documents/HRCStatesReport2010.pdf. 33. Matthew Shepard Act §§ 4701 ... , and has no effect, other than to lessen the status and human dignity of gays and lesbians in California, and to officially reclassify their relationships and families as inferior to those of opposite

Geography

THE PROSE POEM: The Prose Poem: An International Journal is produced by for the Providence College Digital Commons. - Geography The author(s) permits users to copy, distribute, display, and ... waive any or all of these conditions. GEOGRAPHY There was a circle where the tower was built. There were three circles where the wife changed into salt. There was a square where the tablets were broken. A

Panel: Law and Geography

. JOHNSON & J.D. SIDAWAY, GEOGRAPHY & GEOGRAPHERS: ANGLO-AMERICAN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY SINCE 1945 (2004); Osofsky, Murphy & Aoki, supranote 1. Developing an elevator definition of geography was one of the first ... understanding, I want to engage in a geographic analysis of law by examining the relationship between geography, space, and human rights. One simple way to conduct a geographical analysis of law is to ask the

The Geography of Financial Literacy

literacy. Most importantly, we describe the geography of financial literacy, i.e., how financial literacy is distributed across the fifty US states. We describe the correlation of financial literacy and some ... -risk financial instruments. Specifically we focus on financial literacy, by which we mean the knowledge of a few fundamental financial concepts. Most important, we describe the geography of financial

Charting the Legal Geography of Non-International Armed Conflict

issue is operationally critical, since to the extent that IHL applies, practices which are lawful during armed conflicts, such as status-based targeting, may be employed. When IHL does not apply, human ... (Sept. 13, 2013) (by Christopher Heyns); Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms While Countering Terrorism, transmitted by Note of the

Geography is Destiny

GeoGrAPhy is d estiny Y N I T S E D S I Y H P A R G O E G - The potato-faced man listens too hard to a woodpecker somewhere in the yard as it drums some jazz in a big walnut. Empty-handed, he

A Law and Geography Perspective on the New Haven School

WIGMORE, A PANORAMA OF THE WORLD'S LEGAL SYSTEMS (1928); GILBERT FOWLER WHITE, HUMAN ADJUSTMENT TO FLOODS (1945). Origins of U.S. Academic Geography Geography has ancient historical origins that trace to ... with the social sciences, an interaction that infuses the New Haven School's analysis. The Yale Geology Department "developed an intellectual strength in human geography unmatched in North America at

A New Experimental Geography.

A NEW EXPERIMENTAL GEOGRAPHY. - Something novel in the way of American geography-making has been attempted by Professor Tarr of Cornell University and Professor McMurry of Columbia University, in ... their Home Geography} The book resembles, as to its exterior form, the geographical school-books of Europe, which are divided into text and atlases separately, rather than the large, flat, and unwieldy

The Geography of Justice

former POW during the Vietnam War, as stating that "[t]hey may not have any rights under the Geneva Conventions as far as I'm concerned.., but they have rights under various human rights declarations. And ... 1966: iMirandopor los Ojos de Don Quijote o Sancho Panza?, 114 Harv. L. Rev. 902, 902 ( 2001 ); see also Thomas David Jones, A Human Rights Tragedy: The Cuban and Haitian Refugee Crises Revisited, 9

Geography and International Law: Towards a Postcolonial Mapping

intersection of geography and international law. It aims to demonstrate that both modern geography and modern international law were constituted in, by, and through imperatives of Empire and unavoidably bear ... (Princeton University Press 2000) 10. James D. Sidaway, Postcolonial Geographies:an Exploratory Essay, 24 (4) PROGRESS IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 591, 592 (2000). 11. GAYATRI C. SPIVAK, THE POST-COLONIAL CRITIC 102

The Geography of Revlon-Land

. Liability for Bad Faith? While the precise geography of Revlon-land remains somewhat obscure, the decisions in Ryan v. Lyondell Chemical Co.237 offered important clarification by defining the relationship

Archaeology and Social Geography in the Sunlight Basin, Wyoming

contents represent.  BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE Cave sites are known to be “extraordinary data sources for two fundamental reasons: they repeatedly provided permanent shelter for human groups, and they

Notes on a Geography of Knowledge

abstractions of geography will fail to relate back to human practice and experience. 20 Framing the exploration of knowledge by talking about licensing law is partly an effort to address this space. It is 18. On

Environment and Affect: Toward an Emotional Geography of Student Persistence

emotional geography offers to draw out new insights at the intersection of environment and affect, bringing a sensitizing lens and opening up new research questions to engage with the problem of intolerably ... student attrition, we highlight another: the emerging sub-discipline in human geography of emotional geography. Emotional geography is a disciplinary field of study that arises at the intersection of