Center for Geographies of Justice
The Center for Geographies of Justice cultivates trans-disciplinary learning through
dialogue, mutual understanding, cooperation, and community engagement. Geographical
thinking grounds our approach in situated knowledge. Our collective methodology encompasses
a commitment to bring the marginal to the center and to prepare students to claim
their voice in the world.
- November 23, 2021
Associate Professor of Peace Studies, Jennifer Bess, publishes new book, Where the Red-Winged Blackbirds Sing: The Akimel O'odham and Cycles of Agricultural Transformation in the Phoenix Basin (University of Press of Colorado, 2021).
- September 4, 2020
Many faculty on campus are teaching courses that resonate with the present moment or its historical roots and they have opened their classes to anyone who is interested in attending.
- June 4, 2020
In light of the present moment, the faculty of the Center of Geographies of Justice have created a reading list.