Are you an undergraduate student at the University of Tennessee who will be around this May? Are you in need of a quick 3-credits that would satisfy most programs’ core requirements? Would you enjoy taking a fundamentals-class (that normally hosts over 100 students) in a more intimate, laid-back environment?
Well, you’re in luck! I’m going to be teaching GEOG 101: World Regional Geography as a Mini-Semester course this May. The class will meet every morning for three weeks, from May 8th until May 29th. That is likely the most efficient way you’ll ever be able to take this class, and it will open up your summer and fall session schedules for other requirements of your major or your other responsibilities.
Don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or for a draft of the special 3-week syllabus. I look forward to seeing you in May.
Coming Soon to Sonic Geography
- An Exclusive Interview (Audio) with Ian MacKaye, recorded live at AAG
- An Overview and Retrospective on AAG in DC (April 3-7), including the premiere of my DC Punk Walking Tour
- A Look at the Ben Irving Postcard Series in Memphis & Western Tennessee
- Announcing my new book Capitals of Punk (Palgrave Macmillan)