College Bulletin - Course Catalog 
    Sep 24, 2020  
College Bulletin - Course Catalog

ANTH 112. Cities, Spaces, and Power

This seminar explores recent interdisciplinary insights to the analysis of spatial practices, power relationships, and urban forms. In addition, we read ethnographies and novels and watch films to explore questions such as: How is space socially constructed? What is the relationship between space and power? How is this relationship embedded in urban forms under projects of modernity and postmodernity? How do the ordinary practitioners of the city resist and transform these forms? Our discussion will pay special attention to issues related to racism and segregation, ethnic enclaves, urban danger, gendered spaces, colonial urbanism, and the “global” city.
Social sciences.
2 credits.
Catalog chapter: Sociology and Anthropology  
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