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Melanie Malone publishes "Teaching Critical Physical Geography"

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IAS faculty member Melanie Malone recently published an article in the Journal of Geography in Higher Education entitled "Teaching Critical Physical Geography." Beyond providing a framework for how to teach CPG, the article also provides methods for students to overcome power dynamics and ...

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Jin-Kyu Jung publishes “Teaching creative geovisualization”

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IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung has published a paper, “Teaching creative geovisualization: Imagining the creative in/of GIS” in The Canadian Geographer. This paper situates creative geovisualization at the intersection of geography, arts, and digital humanities with a particular emphasis on visualization and mapping that preserves, represents, and generates more authentic, contextual, and nuanced meanings of ...

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Margaret Redsteer cited regarding the Navajo Nation's battle with climate change

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IAS faculty member Margaret Redsteer was cited in a Reuters news story on drought and climate change “We Don’t Give up Really Easily: Navajo Ranchers Battle Climate Change.”  Redsteer explains how drought is magnified by the long-term changes to water availability on the Navajo Nation, leaving its people increasingly vulnerable.

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Jin-Kyu Jung coauthors “Community geography: Toward a disciplinary framework”

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IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung has published a coauthored article, “Community geography: Toward a disciplinary framework” in Progress in Human Geography. This collaborative paper introduces and defines community geography as a growing subfield in geography that provides a framework for engaged scholarship as ...

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Abigail Echo-Hawk fights for the inclusion of Indigenous people in COVID-19 data

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IAS alum Abigail Echo-Hawk has been working for years with Indigenous people, mostly in cities, across the United States to collect data about their communities. Now, as the coronavirus pandemic takes a disproportionate toll on many Indigenous communities, Echo-Hawk’s work takes on more urgency. Science magazine recently featured Echo-Hawk’s ...

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