An Historical-Geographical Method for Aiding Conflict Resolution

Maps, Timelines, and the Internet:
The Quest for Peace in the Middle East
RCSSCI 461; AAPTIS 491; MENAS 591
  • The University of Michigan Fall 2007, Professor Emerita Ann E. Larimore, cotaught with Adjunct Professor Sandra L. Arlinghaus, Robert J. Haug, resource consultant.
  • Websites displayed use the GEOMAT method of historical geography.  View student websites by clicking buttons to the left.
  • Supported by the Residential College, Department of Near Eastern Studies, Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies, Armenian Studies Program, School of Natural Resources and Environment, with sessions on "The Art of the Map" by Karl Longstreth, Map Librarian, Hatcher Graduate Library, supported by The University of Michigan Public Goods Council.
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