GGH 310 Geography of Terrorism
SP 2008 HO
Fox, David P.
Assistant Professor of Geography
(PhD student Geography, University of Kansas)MA Geography, University of Missouri-ColumbiaBA Geography, University of Missouri-Columbia
Findlay-Wakefield Science Hall (SC) 003B
MWF 9:00-10:00 AM; TR 10:00-11:30 AM; and by appointment
Jan. 14 - May 9, 2008
8:45 - 10:00 AM
Cutter, Susan L., Douglas B. Richardson, and Thomas J. Wilbanks (editors). 2003. The Geographical Dimensions of Terrorism. New York: Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-94642-5.
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Learning Activities: Various unannounced activities done in-class, such as written responses to readings or class discussions, group activities, videos, etc. NOTE: Can ONLY be made up if you have requested and been granted an excused absence.
Learning Activities (approx. 10 @ 2% each)
Briefings (2 @ 10% each)
Midterm and Final Exams (20% each)
Core Assessment: Case Study Research Paper
Late Submission of Course Materials:
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Attachments:Core Assessment Case Study Paper Instructions
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