GGRC56H3 Spaces of Travel: Unsettling Migration, Tourism, and Everyday Mobilities

Cultural Politics and political economy of travel and mobilities across time and space. Covers migration and immigration, tourism and travel encounters, diaspora and displacement, religious missions and pilgrimages, study abroad and working holiday, transportation and communication technologies, and narratives of time travel. Addresses how these extraordinary and everyday mobilities and immobilities inform geographies of race, gender, sexuality, and nation.
Area of focus: Social/Cultural Geography

Prerequisite: 

Any 8.0 credits

Recommended Preparation: 
Enrolment Limits: 
60
Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences