Columbus Community Geography Center (CCGC) is a community-drive collaboration that uses geographical thinking to research, map, analyze, and provide fresh and insightful perspectives on issues in the city and region. Located in the Department of History & Geography at Columbus State University, the CCGC works to:
- Raise awareness about important community problems and resources;
- Inform community and neighborhood planning processes;
- Support community organizing; and
- Empower communities to make positive change.
The documents below include: reports, maps, digital humanities projects and teaching materials.
South Commons: Assessing Contemporary Use and Envisioning New Users, Amanda Rees, Alexandria Ard, James Bennett, et al.
Walking Through Black History Digital Humanities Project, Amanda Rees, Chris Gass, Austin Chesteen, et al.
Celebration of Community Gardening in the Columbus Region, Bertram Melix, Cori Hart, Chuck Lawson, et al.
Marion County Heritage Map Project, Amanda Rees, David Buxton, Dustin Colman, et al.
In Transition: The Visionary Art Environment of Pasaquan, Amanda Rees, David Anderson, Traci Brookshire, et al.
At a Crossroads: MidTown, Inc. 2005-2015, Amanda Rees, Caleb Ashburn, Cheltzie Brown, et al.
Moving To Work Baseline Analysis, Brad Huff, Douglas Allen, Jason Allen, et al.
Columbus History from the River: Historical Narratives for WhiteWater Express River Guides, Amanda Rees, Ryan Boyette, Logan Copley, et al.
Driving Tour Narrative and Map of Historic Talbotton, Georgia, Amanda Rees, Ron Fuller, Jessica Juhan, et al.
Shaping OurSpace, Becky Becker and Amanda Rees