GU4066: Hydropolitics in Madagascar | Z. Crossland, E. Glass

Undergraduate and Graduate Laboratory
Tu 4:10-6PM

GIS course with training in landscape analysis, digital mapping and web-based presentations of geospatial data. We will draw on archaeological and historical evidence, aerial photographs and satellite imagery to map and explore the history and politics of the irrigated landscape around Madagascar’s capital city. We will critically assess what different mapping techniques offer, and what kind of narratives they underpin or foreclose upon.

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