University of Washington
Department of Geography
Geography Colloquium Series, Autumn 2002
Geography Colloquia meet on Fridays at 2:30 in Smith Hall 304.
The usual format is a brief introduction, a 40-minute presentation, and 15 minutes for questions.  At 3:30, the formal session is followed by informal discussion over refreshments.  Please join us!

  4 October "The Place of Locational Analysis" Trevor Barnes, University of British Columbia, and Richard Morrill, University of Washington
11 October "Academic Histories: human-environment geography" Nayna Jhaveri, Tim Nyerges, and
Craig ZumBrunnen, University of Washington
18 October "Geography-Based Exposure Assessment: Soil Lead Contamination's Contribution to Pediatric Lead Poisoning" Daniel Griffith, Syracuse University
25 October "Software: Service Exports in Contemporary Capitalism" Anthony D'Costa, UW Comparative International Development 
Tuesday 29 October;  Smith 409 "Takeovers and changing geographies of
international production"
Keith Chapman, University of Aberdeen
1 November "Population Landscapes of Xinjiang/East Turkestan:  the Forgotten 'Stan" Stan Toops, Miami University of Ohio
8 November "Resilience In Urban Ecosystems: Linking Urban Patterns To Ecological Functions" Marina Alberti, UW Urban Design & Planning
15 November ""The Where/Wear of Care: Spatial Divisions &
Multiplications of Hospice Labor"
Michael Brown, University of Washington
22 November "Dominance of the Capital Region Over Information Flows among Korean Cities" Wookung Huh, Seoul National University
29 November Thanksgiving holiday
  6 December "Post-Apartheid Geographies: Urban Planning and Economic Survival in Cape Town" Yonn Dierwechter, UW Urban Studies


contact:  Professor JW Harrington
revised 17 October 2002