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Looking through articles in Annals, Antipode, Society and Space, Gender Space and Culture (name?) to get an idea of the issues people are researching now, how they are geography, looking back at past issues (from the 1950s-60s) to see how the discipline has changed. Maybe give the students names to look out for, like Harvey, Massey, Morrill, Sauer, etc.