MOHAI, A Museum of Everyday Geography, Moving to South Lake Union

Scale model of MOHAI’s new South Lake Union facility, opening in November, 2012

The UW Daily recently wrote about how a favorite field trip destination for Kim England’s Geography of Cities course (Geog 277)–Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI)— is moving next year from its current Montlake location to South Lake Union

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‘Seattle Geographies’ aims to decode the city’s many contradictions

Professor Emeritus Richard Morrill and Professor Michael Brown

The Seattle Times has profiled the Geography Department’s new anthology, Seattle Geographies, edited by professor Michael Brown and Emeritus Professor Dick Morrill. The book, which is being unveiled this week at the AAG Conference in Seattle,  emphasizes Geography’s unique spatial perspective on the Seattle region’s Click to Read More