The Animal Geographies Specialty Group (AnGSG) strives to enhance geographic research and scholarship on matters relating to human-animal studies by: (a) encouraging the exchange of ideas among geographers studying biological, cultural, ecological, economic, political, and technical aspects of the myriad ways humans co-exist with other animal species, (b) promoting research in these areas, (c) facilitating collaboration between existing AAG specialty groups and committees to promote common interests and develop interdisciplinary and interdisciplinary projects. Our Google Group is the primary way in which we communicate – subscribe to our group listserv to join the conversation.
Howard Community College
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
The AAG has 75 specialty and affinity groups, which offer members valuable networking opportunities within their areas of interest. To join one of these groups, you must be an AAG member.