[Blackstudies-l] GEOG 263: Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa

Jennifer Rogalsky rogalsky at geneseo.edu
Thu Nov 1 07:25:50 EDT 2018

Please spread the word that* GEOG 263: Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa*
will be taught in Spring 2019 (MW 10:00-11:15)

The course will *not* be offered in 2019-2020, so grab a seat next semester
if the course is of interest to you!

GEOG 263 M/Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
This course provides a systematic analysis of Sub-Saharan Africa’s changing
landscape, including the study of culture, social well-being, population,
urbanization, environment, politics, and economics. The course will also
focus on post-colonial development issues associated with globalization and
regional integration, with special attention to issues of equality and
culture change. Current events will be placed into a locational context in
an attempt to understand the interrelationships among people, cultures,
economies, and the environment within Africa, and between Africa and the
rest of the world.
Prerequisites: 100-geography course, or permission of instructor.

Jennifer Rogalsky, PhD
Associate Professor and Department Chair
Department of Geography
Urban Studies Coordinator
SUNY Geneseo
Bailey Hall 227
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
Phone: 585 245 6197
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