Zoltan Grossman


B.A. and B.S., History and Geography, University of Wisconsin, 1984; M.S., Geography, University of Wisconsin, 1998; Ph.D., Geography, University of Wisconsin, 2002.

Expertise: geography, Native American studies

Interests: global ethnic relations, US racial relations, Native American and world Indigenous Peoples studies, environmental justice, environmental movements, maps and historical cartography, globalization and geopolitics, military interventions and bases, geography

Related Subject Areas

Web Page: http://academic.evergreen.edu/g/grossmaz

Contact Information

Lab I 3012
(360) 867-6153

Current, Recent, and Upcoming Offerings

Year Offering
2016-17 Commodities, Conflict, and Cooperation
Fall, Winter and Spring
2015-16 Resource Rebels: Environmental Justice Movements Building Hope
Fall and Winter
2014-15 Native Decolonization in the Pacific Rim: From the Northwest to New Zealand
Fall, Winter and Spring
2013-14 American Frontiers, Homelands, and Empire
Fall and Winter
2013-14 American Frontiers, Homelands, and Empire
2013-14 MES Thesis
Winter and Spring