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.
- June 4, 2020
In light of the present moment, the faculty of the Center of Geographies of Justice have created a reading list.
- April 29, 2020
Associate Professor of Philosophy Martin Shuster wrote an essay in the @LAReviewofBooks called "When the Pandemic Reveals Genocide."
- October 16, 2019
Goucher College launches the Hallowed Ground Project to recognize the history of slavery on campus land.