GGR210H5 • Social Geographies

Description
Social geography is concerned with the ways in which social relations, identities and inequalities are produced across space. This course examines social geography in the North American context with a specific focus on identity/difference and inequalities in cities. We will explore cities as sites of both cosmopolitan inclusion and exclusion.
Prerequisites
4.0 credits
Distribution Requirement
Social Science
Total Instructional Hours
24L
Program Area
Geography