Intelligence Analysis, Cultural Geography, and Homeland Security
GEOG 571 explores the relationships between culture and civil security and the process of geographically analyzing social, political, economic, and demographic information to understand human history, institutions, and behaviors.
At a Glance
Applications in GIS
ArcGIS Story Maps
Portal for ArcGIS
|Syllabus||GEOG 571 Syllabus|
|Spring 2, 2023||Leanne Sulewski, Ph.D.|
|Summer, 2023||Brandi Gaertner, Ph.D.|
|Fall 1, 2023||Cristopher Livecchi, Ph.D.|
|Fall 2, 2023||Leanne Sulewski, Ph.D.|
Meet Our Faculty Instructors
What Our Students Say
Well-organized, interactive, and interesting.
“Geography 571… is well-organized, interactive, and interesting. If one is interested in geography, intelligence, homeland security, or current events, I highly recommend this course.”
— Vinod Dorai
This is a practical tool for any sort of discipline.
“[GEOG 571’s] unique blend of geospatial analysis tools and cultural insights has been a fascinating intersection to explore. I also feel like this is a practical tool for any sort of discipline.”
— Lauren Belle