GEOG 571
Intelligence Analysis, Cultural Geography, and Homeland Security

10.2 Checklist


This lesson is one week in length. Please refer to the Calendar in Canvas for specific time frames and due dates. To finish this lesson, you must complete the activities listed below. You may find it useful to print this page out first so that you can follow along with the directions.

Steps to Complete Lesson 10
Step Activity Access/Directions
1 Read The lecture notes can be accessed by clicking on the Lesson 10: Home II -Scaling Home link in the Lessons menu on this page.
2 Required

Ó Tuathail, G., and Dahlman, C. (2006). Post-domicide Bosnia and Herzegovina: Homes, homelands and one million returns. International Peacekeeping, 13 (2), 242-260.

Institute for Economics and Peace. (2021). Positive Peace Report 2020: Analysing the factors that sustain peace. 17-27.

Note: Registered students can access the unlinked readings in Canvas by clicking on the Library Resources link.

2 Recommended

Bell-Fialkoff, A. (1993). A brief history of ethnic cleansing. Foreign Affairs, 72 (3), 110-121.

Black, R. (2002). Conceptions of ‘home’ and the political geography of refugee repatriation: Between assumption and contested reality in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Applied Geography, 22 (2), 123-138.

Sells, M. A. (1996). The bridge betrayed: Religion and genocide in Bosnia. University of California Press.

Note: Penn State students can access the optional readings through the Penn State Libraries.

4 Complete the Lesson 10 Discussion Forum. Post your response to the Lesson 10 Discussion Forum in Canvas and comment on classmates' responses. You can find the prompt for the assignment in the Lesson 10 Discussion Forum in the Lesson 10: Home II -Scaling Home module in Canvas.
5 Complete the Lesson 10 Written Brief. Submit your written brief to the Lesson 10 Written Brief dropbox in the Lesson 10: Home II -Scaling Home module in Canvas.