Michael P. Brown
Examines how the spatial structure of cities and towns affects and is affected by political processes. Considers both traditional and newer forms of politics, as global and local issues. Special attention paid to where politics takes place within local contexts across state, civil society, home, and the body.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Students are strongly recommended to have taken Geog 315 before taking this course.
Class assignments and grading
Reading. Student-driven inquiry. Class participation.
Class participation. Skills of abstraction, deduction and induction.