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.
- Image associated with "French Transnational Film Festival screening: Claude Lanzmann's Shoah: Four Sisters with Dr. Jennifer Cazenave in attendance at Kelley Lecture Hall"February 27, 2020
Goucher's French Transnational Film Festival continues with Shoah: Four Sisters, one of several films that Lanzmann completed late in his life, compiled of interviews that did...
- March 2, 2020
Join Dance Professor, Linda Garofalo in a group workshop to discover how your body and instinctive movement experimentation can be a powerful tool of expression and healing....