American Urban Politics, 3 pts, UN3213
AMERICAN URBAN POLITICS
This course examines the pattern of political development in urban America, as the country's population has grown in urbanized locations. It explores the process by which cities and suburbs are governed, how immigrants and migrants are incorporated, and how people of different races and ethnicities interact in urbanized settings as well as the institutional relations of cities and suburbs with other jurisdictions of government. The course focuses both on the historical as well the theoretical understandings of politics in urban areas.
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- MW 6:10PM-7:25PM 517 Hamilton Hall
- Carlos Vargas-Ramos