Wilfrid Laurier University Graduate Calendar - 2006/2007
Canadian Excellence

GG630
Seminar in Cultural and Historical Geography
0.5 Credit

Students' analytical and applied skills are developed through a mix of readings, discussions and individual student-originated research projects. Appropriate use of cultural and historical evidence in both physical and human geographical research is emphasized. Readings include the following themes: environmental history, ethnohistory, post modernism, gender studies and interpretation of culturally modified landscapes.