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Welcome back to Chapter 12

In order to move along with our course content, I allowed students to complete the Chapter 12 Key Terms quiz “open book.”

We briefly discussed the role of colonialism/imperialism in setting up the global inequities that exist between countries, and among peoples. 54 more words

Key Terms

Why Denmark Is the Happiest Country...

The new World Happiness Report again ranks Denmark among the top three happiest of 155 countries surveyed – a distinction that the country has earned for seven consecutive years… 10 more words

Geography

Cannabis in Copenhagen:

How do we define ‘place’ in a legal grey area?   

The current (Feb 2018) exhibition at DAC (Danish Architecture Centre) identifies and explores social spaces through an understanding of borders, flows and meetings. 1,339 more words

Geogra-free

Kyrgyzstan railway wagons

Kyrgyzstan does not have much of a railway system. A branch line from Moscow extends down from Kazakhstan to Bishkek, the Kyrgyzstan capital; another offers an excruciatingly slow service to Balykchy on Lake Issyk-Kul. 262 more words

Travel

RESEARCHING THE HISTORY OF A DUBLIN NEIGHBOURHOOD. LOWER SHERIFF STREET, 2. Demography and Economy 1911

Introduction

This is the second of a series of three blogs about doing research with Masters students on the social geography of the Lower Sheriff Street area within Dublin. 2,338 more words

Human Geography

Researching the History of a Dublin Neighbourhood. Lower Sheriff Street, 1. Topography

Introduction

This is the first of a series of blogs about researching a Dublin neighbourhood, Lower Sheriff Street. This area is one in which several of the classes of the Maynooth… 1,254 more words

Human Geography