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GEG 344: Geographies of Peace, Crime, and Violence: Start

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GEG 344: Geographies of Peace, Crime, and Violence

The resources on this guide are a starting point for your research for your final paper, from current sources about the Black Lives Matter movement to historical perspectives on the geography of peace, crime, and violence.

Questions? Don't hesitate to ask a librarian for further assistance.


Thanks to Julie Gilbert and Amanda Moeller (Gustavus Library) and to the librarians at the University of Arizona and Michigan State University who shared content from the research guides listed below.



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