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A recent publication by Kent State geographers sheds more light on the causes of the Cambodian genocide that wiped out roughly a quarter of the country’s population in the late 1970s.

In the wake of the Parkland massacre, American Association of Geographers President, Derek Alderman, reaches out to newly selected AAG Fellow, James “Jim” Tyner, who has written several books and important articles on the relationship between space, society, and violence. The original article may be accessed at http://news.aag.org/2018/02/non-killing-geographies/

As the United States entered WWII, trailblazing women like Bea McPherson, BS ’43, took on the task of providing essential handmade maps for the war effort—and charted the course for today’s women mapmakers.

By Jan Senn / Kent State Magazine

As the United States entered WWII, trailblazing women like Bea McPherson, BS ’43, took on the task of providing essential handmade maps for the war effort—and charted the course for today’s women mapmakers.

By Jan Senn / Kent State Magazine

Driving through the streets of Ravenna on a weekday afternoon, you probably wouldn't notice anything out of the ordinary.

A pair of Kent State University geographers have teamed up to secure two research grants totaling more than $550,000 for separate projects to study climate change and weather patterns.

Two Kent State University geography professors bring hurricane lessons into the classroom.

Where you live could determine how long you live. It is a struggle for many living in the inner city where residents often fear for their safety.

Kent State University researchers use geospatial technology to study youth violence in Akron, Ohio.

Kent State University researchers use geospatial technology to study youth violence in Akron, Ohio.

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