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Looking across 2017 projects

May 8, 2017

By Ashlyn, Martha, Troy, Maddie, and Rachel. In attempting to document the human experience, it is important to consider the abstraction and complexity of human and spatial identities. For this reason, it is crucial to explore new progressive forms of … Continued


May 8, 2017

by Casey Lunceford, James Tan, Josey Parker, Kelsey Kirby, William Pryor Geographies of Religion is a complex sub-genre of Geography that has gained prominence in recent years. In the 70s and 80s, secularization was considered a global phenomenon that threatened … Continued


May 8, 2017

by Emily, Maddie, Jacquie, Travis, and Cy If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound? Things happen to people and places. Life is contingent upon these principles. Each of these projects shows how the theme of … Continued

Why use oral histories to study religion?

March 1, 2017

post by Sarah Oechsle Oral histories are an important part of studying religion from the geographical perspective, as well as many other subjective disciplines. This is because, unlike physics or chemistry, human beings and human culture are abstract and complicated. … Continued