SGEM20 Human Geography: Geographical Thought, 7.5 credits

The course is taught in the first term of the Master's Programme in Human Geography (120 credits) and is also offered as a freestanding course. 

The course offers participants advanced knowledge about the histories of geographical thought and current issues within the field of human geography. On this basis, the course aims to develop the participants’ competences to critically and independently engage with geographical work and issues. The course includes the reading and discussion of key historical and contemporary geographical contributions, and it investigates in greater depth selected overarching geographical concepts, debates and issues.

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