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Chomsky To Speak at AAG 2017
Noam Chomsky will receive the Atlas Award and will continue a long-standing conversation with AAG Executive Director Doug Richardson and AAG members.
3 Featured Themes at AAG 2017
• Bread and Water in the 21st Century
• Mainstreaming Human Rights
• Uncertainty and Context
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New AP GIS&T Course
The AAG has developed a proposal for a new AP GIS&T course for high schools. Department chairs and school principals are invited to review and support the proposal at
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A New Encyclopedia is Coming
The AAG’s 15-volume
International Encyclopedia of Geography
is in the
final stages of production. You can now
view sample content
to receive a discount.
AAG Letter on Academic Freedom in Turkey
The World of the City
by Glen M. MacDonald
NSF Funds Research Coordination Network for Geography Education
Geoffrey Martin Receives the Humboldt Book Award for Enduring Scholarship in Geography
Find Your Dream Geography Job
AAG ‘Annals’ Environmental Sciences Section Editor Nominations Due Oct. 7
Check out the New Council Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Paper at a Regional Meeting
Nominate inspiring geographers, students, faculty, colleagues or programs for an AAG Award
View the new online art exhibition featuring geographers' works published in the GeoHumanities journal
Join the Nationwide Network of GeoMentors Helping Teachers Introduce GIS into Classrooms
AAG seeks interns for the spring semester
Robert J. French
Guido G. Weigend
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