Description
An exploration of the urban space, including the politics, institutions, power centers, policies, and the people who live in urban environments. Emphasis is given to why cities matter, how cities are organized, how cities operate as an economic engine, and how cities shape identity and experiences while producing inequality. Contemporary urban issues are considered, such as demographic changes, community power, and public transportation. (Offered every Spring.) (Also listed as PLSI 3416.)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities