GGR349H5 • Cities in Transition

Description

The internal geography of contemporary cities is in the midst of a series of transitions related to new settlement patterns, immigration, workplace location, transportation and communication technologies, globalization, and shifts in urban governance. This course will examine these transitions and their effects on the social and political geography of the city. Themes include gentrification, spatial mismatch, concentrated poverty, political fragmentation, and the emergence of new urban forms and of the post-modern city.

Prerequisites
9.0 credits
Exclusions
Distribution Requirement
Social Science
Total Instructional Hours
36L/12T
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Geography