GEOGRAPHY / POLITICAL SCIENCE 462

Political Geography

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Junior standing

GEOG 462 is cross-listed as POSC 462

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GEOG/POSC 462 is a study of the spatial forms and processes of political phenomena.  Concepts, models, and current literature related to territories such as nation-states, congressional districts, the formation and dissolution of empires, geopolitics, and international conflict are examined.

 

In this course, the following topics are usually presented:

 

 

Students are evaluated through four exams, map quizzes, and a term project.  The term projects are occasionally conducted by small teams of students.

 

For more information about GEOG/POSC 462, please contact me.

Office Location:

201B Johnson EPS Bldg.

 

Surface Mail:

Agr, Geosciences, & Nat. Res.

256 Brehm Hall

The Univ of Tennessee at Martin

Martin, Tennessee 38238-0001

USA

 

Email:

jrogers@utm.edu

 

Telephone:

731.881.7442 (My office)

731.881.7260 (Dept office)