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The Girl Explorers
posted Tuesday March 16, 2021
10:45 am
by SWG Webmaster
The Girl Explorers is the inspirational and untold story of the founding of the Society of Woman Geographers--an organization of adventurous female world explorers--and how key members served as early advocates for human rights and paved ...
Lives on the Line: Navigating Economic Uncertainty in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands with Nina Ebner
posted Friday February 26, 2021
1:51 pm
by SWG Webmaster
Presentation Now Available   Please find Nina Ebner's presentation on managing economy uncertainty in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands here: https://youtu.be/tZOrTP2ROx8. If you are interested in reading more of her work related to this theme, check out the ...
“Contradictions of Context: Examining Fairness and Justice in Canada's Nuclear Waste Siting”
posted Wednesday December 16, 2020
9:35 am
by SWG Webmaster
The long-term storage of high-level nuclear waste is one of the most pressing challenges of our time. Increasing quantities of nuclear waste in temporary storage and renewed interest in nuclear energy in light of concerns for ...
Enunciating the Geography of New York City's Solidarity Economy
posted Friday October 9, 2020
11:22 am
by SWG Webmaster
Webinar Released! New York Fellow Lauren Hudson  "An Ensemble of Possibilities": Enunciating the Geography of New York City's Solidarity Economy Click here to view:   https://youtu.be/Tw0sdbtHEFk.
Kathy Sullivan: "Most Vertical Woman"
posted Wednesday July 29, 2020
2:06 pm
by SWG Webmaster
Now available: "Most Vertical Woman" about Dr. Kathryn Sullivan's adventures with SWG, into space and now down to the deepest part of the ocean. 
Overlooked but Not Forgotten: Why the Early Members of the Society of Woman Geographers Still Matter Today
posted Thursday May 28, 2020
10:30 am
by SWG Webmaster
Jayne Zanglein is passionate about publicizing the accomplishments of women ignored by history and chronicling the challenges women face today. Her book, The Girl Explorers: How a Group of Globetrotting Women Trekked, Flew, and Fought Their Way ...
Street Art as Anti-Capitalist Spatial Intervention in Contemporary Berlin
posted Thursday May 28, 2020
10:28 am
by SWG Webmaster
    SWG NY fellow Quill Rebecca Kukla led a fantastic and informative webinar about street art. Her webinar was recorded and everyone is welcome to view it here on YouTube.
Forest Disturbances in the Anthropocene
posted Thursday May 28, 2020
10:22 am
by SWG Webmaster
On March 19th, 2020 SWG fellow, Jackie Guz led a fantastic and informative webinar about how climate change directly impacts forests. Her webinar was recorded and everyone is welcome to check out her webinar on YouTube.    ...
Hydropower on the Colorado River
posted Wednesday September 11, 2019
12:09 pm
by SWG Webmaster
Hydropower on the Colorado River: Examining Institutions, Conflicts, and Consequences of Changing Dam Operations
https://youtu.be/quB85F3aiLM
Wild Boar to Baconfest: Pigs in History and Popular Culture
posted Thursday May 9, 2019
3:55 pm
by SWG Webmaster
Presented by Cynthia Clampitt  Pigs were the first food animals to be domesticated, so they have a history with humans that goes back more than 12,000 years. Antiquity is only one of the reasons, however, that ...

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