GGRB02H3 The Logic of Geographical Thought

Many of today's key debates - for instance, on globalization, the environment, and cities - draw heavily from geographical thinking and what some have called the "spatial turn" in the social sciences. This course introduces the most important methodological and theoretical aspects of contemporary geographical and spatial thought, and serves as a foundation for other upper level courses in Geography.

Prerequisite: 

Any 4 credits

Enrolment Limits: 
150
Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences