Space, Place, and Power

LIT 735S

Graduate seminar studies foundation and contemporary scholarship on space and place. Trace and compare the ways space is conceptualized and articulated differently in varied disciplinary locations, and aim to establish a conversation between disciplinary literatures and methodologies that are infrequently considered in tandem. Course themes include: the production of space; Marxist and feminist geographies; urban anthropology; home and intimacy; the public sphere; landscape and the production of nature; the politics of cartography; and global cities. Instructor: Stein
Cross-Listed As
  • CULANTH 740S