Colloquia and Brown Bags
To foster an environment of scholarly exchange, the Geography Department organizes two types of research talks. The Department of Geography Colloquium Series is held roughly once a month on Friday afternoons in Callcott 201 and features prominent invited speakers, usually from outside the university. The Geography Brown Bag Series involves a more informal exchange of research ideas and serves as a forum for graduate students presentations and talks by visiting scholars. Please make sure to check this page for any updates to the presentation schedules.
2014-2015 Department of Geography Colloquium Series
September 5. Sharon Dewitte. Dept. of Anthropology, University of South Carolina. “The Bioarchaeology of Medieval Plague - Insights from an Epidemic Cemetery.”
September 26. David Leigh. Dept. of Geography, University of Georgia. “Chronology and pedogenic effects of prehistoric agropastoral landscape conversion in the French western Pyrenees.”
October 3. Jim Fleming. Professor of Science, Technology, and Society, Colby College. “A new look at atmospheric science and technology 1900-1960.” [Co-sponsored with the Dept. of History, USC]
October 10. Mat Coleman. Dept. of Geography, Ohio State University. “The quasi-event of immigration control.” [Co-sponsored with the USC Migration Workgroup]
November 14. SED/AAG Practice Talks
January 23. Brian Magi. Dept. of Geography, University of North Carolina - Charlotte. “Connecting global fire activity to climate, humans and lightning".
March 20, Adam Terando. "Charting a course as a global change scientists: moving towards actionable science through cross-disciplinary research".
April 10. AAG Student Practice Talks.
(All talks are in Callcott 201 at 3:30, unless otherwise noted)
2014-2015 Geography Brown Bag Series
Announced via department listserv.