In which Mirriam Nielsen introduces you to the latest Crash Course subject, Human Geography! Today we're talking about how Human Geography has been practiced in the past, how it hitched its wagon to some really bad ideas, and how that kind of thinking still persists in the world today. Basically, we're starting with a lesson in how not to Human Geographize. Which I don't think is a real word.
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