Animal Geographies

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The AnGSG strives to enhance geographic research and scholarship on matters relating to human-animal studies by: (a) encouraging the exchange of ideas among geographers studying biological, cultural, ecological, economic, political, and technical aspects of the myriad ways humans co-exist with other animal species, (b) promoting research in these areas, (c) facilitating collaboration between existing AAG specialty groups and committees to promote common interests and develop intra-disciplinary and interdisciplinary projects.

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Mona Seymour, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Urban Studies Program
Loyola Marymount University
University Hall 4328
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045

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We invite you to visit our website for more information about our group and activities, and for a link to join the listserve. If you have problems or questions about the website, please contact our Communications Officer, Sharon Wilcox ( For questions about AnGSG-sponsored activities at the annual meeting, please contact the Chair Julie Urbanik ( or our Secretary-Treasurer, Monica Ogra ( Thanks for your interest and support of AnGSG!