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MODULE 1 RESOURCES
Geography’s history is deep, connected to exploration but to summarize this, William Pattison’s classic article in the Journal of Geography “The Four Traditions of Geography,” and will serve as a good launching point for discussion as well as an intellectual base. This article is the required reading for module 1; that and a few other recommended readings are online here.
MODULE 2 RESOURCES
For module 2 (which correspond to unit 1 of the APHG curriculum) can be accessed online here. In addition the the reading assignments we will provide a powerpoint lecture that will a useful extension of the materials: PPT–Intro to Human Geography.
MODULE 3 RESOURCES
SUPPLEMENTAL READINGS for module 3 (which correponds to APHG unit 2) can be accessed online here. Here are lecture notes to take the discussion of population trends one step further: PPT-Natalist or Anti-Natalist government policies.
MODULE 4 RESOURCES
For module 4 (which correpsonds to unit 3 of the APHG curriculum) can be accessed online here. To see the patterns and principles in an actual site you can explore this: PPT–Chicago’s Polish Landscapes.
MODULE 5 RESOURCES
For module 5 (which corresponds to unit 4 of the APHG curriculum) can be accessed online here. The complicated political forces that unite or pull apart countries, centripetal and centrifugal forces and seen here in this: PPT–Supranationalism and Devolution.
MODULE 6 RESOURCES
For module 6 (which correpsond to unit 5 of the APHG curriculum) can be accessed online here. Here are some of the agricultural patterns seen in with spatial models: PPT–Von Thunen’s Model.
MODULE 7 RESOURCES
for module 7 (which corresponds to unit 6 of the APHG curriculum) can be accessed online here. In this lecture, we can see the amazing spatial economic restructing that has occurred in the last 30 years: PPT–New International Division of Labor.
MODULE 8 RESOURCES
For module 8 (which corresponds to unit 7 of the APHG curriculum) can be accessed online here. The urban geography of North American cities have been dramatically reconfigured since WWII: PPT–Suburbanization and PPT–Urbanization and Race.