Ousmane Power-Greene, History, Clark University
"King’s Cottons Exiles: Slavery, Abolition, and the Making of the African American Diaspora"
Alessandro Baccini, Woods Hole Research Center
Bruce Braun, Geography, Environment, & Society, University of Minnesota
"Tight oil/fast oil: geology and precarity in the North Dakota oilfields"
Asa Rennermalm, Geography, Rutgers University
"Is the Greenland Ice Sheet Melting Away?"
Robin Leichenko, Geography, Rutgers University
"Economic Vulnerability and Resilience at the Dawn of the Anthropocene"
Maggie Holland- "Untangling the effects of conservation and formalized tenure on forests and communities in the Ecuadorian Amazon"
Andy Rosenberg- "Science, Democracy and Scientists as Citizens"
Tim Cresswell- "Fence"
Frank Magilligan- "River restoration by dam removal in New England"
Norma Rantisi- "Scaling up and out: The History of the Palestine Fair Trade Association"
Nadine Schuurman- ""Using GIS and spatial epidemiology to understand issues in public and population health"
Pablo Bose- "Born in a small town: refugee resettlement in contemporary America"
Priscilla McCutcheon- "'The 'Radical' Welcome Table: Faith, Social Justice and the Spiritual Geography of Emmanuel A.M.E. in Charleston, South Carolina."
Sucharita Gopal- "Spatial Dynamics and Ecosystem Tradeoff Analysis in Cambodia's Great Lake Tonle Sap"
Laura Ogden- "Speculative Wonder at the World's End"
Our fifth annual Practicing Geography Week, a week of career-focused events for our undergraduate students, developed to give our students in Geography, Global Environmental Studies (GES), and Earth System Science (ESS) a chance to explore various career and graduate school options in preparation for what lies ahead after undergraduate life at Clark. It also provides various opportunities to network with faculty, graduate students, and alumni from our programs! Event lineup will included trivia night, a student research symposium, an honors ceremony, a weekend field trip to New York City, and much more!
The Fall 2015 Atwood Lecture was delivered by Dr. Eric Lambin. Dr. Lambin divides his time between Stanford University, where he occupies the Ishiyama Professorship at the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences and Woods Institute for the Environment, and the University of Louvain, Belgium, where he is professor at the Earth and Life Institute. His research deals with human-environment interactions and land use change in different parts of the world, by combining remote sensing and socio-economic data. His current interests are focussed on the impact of globalization on land use governance. He is Foreign Associate at the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and Fellow at the European and Belgian Academies of Sciences. In 2014, he was awarded the Volvo Environment Prize and was named amongst Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher. Dr. Lambin's lecture took place on Thursday, October 15th, 2015 in Tilton Hall at 7:00PM. Watch Dr. Eric Lambin lecture
The Spring 2015 Atwood Lecture was delivered by Dr. Ruth Wilson GIlmore. Dr. Gilmore is a Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences and American Studies at the City University of New York. She is director of The Center for Place, Culture, and Politics and is the 2014 recipient of the Harold M. Rose Award for Anti-Racism Research and Practice, awarded by the Association of American Geographers. She serves on the Executive Committee at the Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and The Caribbean (IRADAC). Dr. Gilmore's lecture took place on Thursday, March 19th, 2015 in Tilton Hall at 7:00 PM.
The Graduate School of Geography was delighted to host this year's Atwood Lecture, with a talk given by Dr. Richard Alley, an Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences in Penn State's College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. Professor Alley is a leading scholar in climate change research and communication, with particular interests in polar ice, glaciology, sea level change, and abrupt climate change. He has researched, published, broadcast, and advised widely on these topics, with involvement in activities ranging from the Nobel-Prize winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to specials on public television. Dr. Alley's lecture took place on Thursday, March 20th, 2014 in Tilton Hall at 7:00 PM.
Watch Dr. Richard Alley lecture
The department is proud to feature Erik Swyngedouw, Professor of Geography, School of Environment and Development at Manchester University. Some of Dr. Swyngedouw's research interests include: Political Economy, Poltical Ecology
Theory and Practice, and the Politics, Economics, Ecology, and Urbanization of Water. Dr. Swyngedouw has published several books and over a hundred research papers over the last two decades with a focus on bringing politically explicit
yet empirically grounded research to the table, contributing to a more humanizing geography. The lecture took place on Thursday, October 4th, 2012 at 7:00pm in Daniel's Theater at Atwood Hall.
Watch Dr. Erik Swyngedouw Lecture
The annual meeting of the New England St. Lawrence Valley Geographical Society was be held October 18-19, 2013 at Clark University. NESTVAL is the regional arm of the Association of American Geographers. Click here for an article about the event.
Earth Transformed + 25 Event Video
William C. Clark's Powerpoint presentation
These events were co-sponsored by the George Perkins Marsh Institute, the Graduate School of Geography and the Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise.