Charles Joseph Fogelman

Personal profile

Personal profile

I am a human-environment geographer who studies the relationships between land and people. My most recent project focused on land tenure, gender and authority in the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho. I am currently working on a project that explores the ways in which the landscapes of post-colonial Africa -- both literal and metaphorical landscapes -- have been shaped by the development industry. 

In the Global Studies program, I teach courses on International Development, Global Poverty, and Markets and Society, among others. 

Research Interests

Wealth and Poverty
Land tenure
Gender and Development
International Development
Climate change adaptation

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801 S. Wright St. | Coble Hall 129
Champaign, IL 61820 | MC-442

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