GGRB55H3 Cultural Geography

The course introduces core concepts in cultural geography such as race and ethnicity, identity and difference, public and private, landscape and environment, faith and community, language and tradition, and mobilities and social change. Emphasis will be on cross-disciplinary, critical engagement with current events, pop culture, and visual texts including comics, photos, and maps.
Area of Focus: Social/Cultural Geography

Prerequisite: 

Any 4.0 credits

Enrolment Limits: 
150
Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences