4/14/2011

Geographers gathered in Seattle this week for AAG's annual meeting and also sought to make sense of the city around them. University of Washington professors used the conference as impetus for a general-interest book exploring Seattle's unique political, economic and social makeup through the lens of academic geography. "At many major universities, including here, geographers don't stay in the ivory tower. They get more involved in local issues," explained Professor Richard Morrill.

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The Seattle Times

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