Showing “Waves ’98” in Introduction to Human Geography

At the end of a week discussing Alastair Bonnett’s presentation of urban geography in his What is Geography?, my Intro to Human Geography students will watch Ely Dagher’s award winning short film Waves ’98 this Friday. The film is set in late-’90s Beirut, where a young man seeks relief from alienation and routine in a segregated city.

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About nicholasjoncrane

Assistant Professor of Geography at University of Wyoming
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