GGR456H1: Entanglements of Power: Race, Sexuality and the City


This course investigates the city as a space sculpted by particular configurations and relations of power, and productive of those forms. It considers shifting urban geographies of identity, economy and desire with a focus on race and racism, settler colonialism, empire, the laboring body, sexuality, and sexual identity. Course participants will engage a series of case studies of particular urban spaces and struggles, drawing on conceptual support from scholarship in urban geography, anti-colonial thought, political economy, black studies, feminist and queer theory, Indigenous and settler colonial studies, as well as literature and other artistic work.

10.0 credits
GGR400H1 (Special Topics in Geography I: Entanglements of Power: Race, Sexuality and the City), offered in Fall 2018
Society and its Institutions (3)