University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Geography

Lecturer - Harlan Morehouse

Harlan Morehouse

Harlan Morehouse, Lecturer

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Currently teaching:

Spring 2016 classes: GEOG 050B World Regional Geography, MWF 2:30-3:10;

GEOG 096 Historical Geography of Vermont and New England, TTh 10:05-11:20;

GEOG 245 The Anthropocene, MW 5:05-6:20

 

Office Hours Spring 2016: Monday, 1:00-2:00, Tuesday, 11:30-1:00 and Wednesday, 1:00-2:00 or by appointment

 

 

Teaching Assistant Office Hours Spring 2016:

Luc Grigri, by appointment (lgrigri@uvm.edu)

Gabe Hutchison by appointment (gabriel.swanson-hutchison@uvm.edu)

 
 
Contact Information
Old Mill 200
E-mail: tmorehou@uvm.edu

My academic interests involve pushing the boundaries of contemporary environmental thought and practice through a sustained investigation of the complex (and often devastating) ways in which nature-society and human-nonhuman relationships take form. In particular, I find myself most interested in how communities negotiate their own futures with regard to 21st century environmental uncertainty, with an aim towards establishing socially, economically, and ecologically resilient structures capable of withstanding forecasted environmental challenges. I am presently finishing up my final year of Ph.D. studies with the University of Minnesota's Department of Geography. I received my M.A. in Sociology and Social Anthropology from Central European University, and my B.A. in Literature and Social Sciences from Bennington College.