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News / Events : Archive : Colloquia Series Fall 2011

The colloquia series welcomes speakers from across the campus and the world to discuss their research.

All colloquia are scheduled at 3:30pm in Storm Hall 337 most Fridays during the semester unless otherwise noted.

Wildfire GIS Modeling

September 2

Dr. Joaquin Ramirez
Associate Professor of Forestry Engineering
University of León, Spain

‘A Thousand Points of Light’:
Exploring the Geographies of Nonprofit Activity

September 16

Dr. Pascale Joassart
Associate Professor of Geography
San Diego State University

An Observation-driven Geospatial Semantics

September 30

Dr. Krzysztof Janowicz
Assistant Professor of Geography
University of California, Santa Barbara

Qualitative Geographic Sample Size
in the Presence of Spatial Autocorrelation

The Getis Lecture
October 7
West Commons 220

Dr. Daniel A. Griffith
Ashbel Smith Professor of Geography
University of Texas at Dallas

The Spatial Political Demography of Carolatinos in Charlotte

October 14

Dr. Gregory Weeks
Associate Professor of Political Science
University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Mapping Ideas from Cyberspace to Realspace - A New Research Frontier for Geographers

October 21

Dr. Ming-Hsiang Tsou
Professor of Geography
San Diego State University

Conflict over Land and the Local State-Society Relations
in China and India

October 28

Dr. Lei Guang
Professor of Political Science
San Diego State University

Youth and Citizenship:
Struggles On and Off the Street

November 4

Dr. Lynn Staeheli
Professor of Geography
Durham University, United Kingdom

Climate and Climate Change and Infectious Disease Risk in Thailand:
A Spatial Study of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever Using GIS and Remotely-sensed Imagery

November 18

Dr. Kris Kuzera
Visiting Faculty, Geography
Clarke University

From Recalcitrant Bodies to Recombinant Selves:
How Disabled Children Renegotiate Body and Self
in Home School and Neighbourhood Settings.

December 2

Dr. Sue Ruddick
Associate Professor of Geography
University of Toronto, Canada

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