Spatial Dynamics of Austria and Central Europe in the 21st Century: A look at the heart of Europe

February 14, 2009
Macalester College, St. Paul, MN
9:00 am to 3:30 pm followed by a field trip to St. Agnes Church, St. Paul

Topics

  • The changing map of Europe: A cultural and political geographic perspective
  • Lost in transformation: Contemporary nationalism in East-Central Europe
  • European Cities: primate cities with focus on Vienna
  • Contemporary life in Central Europe
  • Tour St. Agnes church, typifying the transference of Austrian architecture

Instructors

David Lanegran, Professor, Dept. of Geography, Macalester
Birgit Mühlenhaus, GIS Lab Instructor & Mgr., Macalester
Ian Mühlenhaus, GIS Lab Mgr & Lecturer, U of WI, River Falls
Rhoda Hubbard-Anderson, Hutcinson Middle School
Sharon Shelerud, Burnsville High School
Discussion with Thomas Koenig, Austria and Benjamin Stoltenburg, Germany

Registration fee: $30
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Download the Workshop Composite (PDF)

Lesson Plans

  1. The Changing Face of Europe
  2. Central European Population Patterns
  3. Paths of Transformation
  4. Comparing Vienna to Chicago

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