Semester Offered: Spring 1 unit(s) This course reviews the development of theories regarding human behavior in cities and the production of space. The course spans the twentieth century, from the industrial city to the themed spaces of contemporary cities. Literature and topics examined to include the German school, urban ecology, debates in planning and architecture, political economy, and the cultural turns in urban studies. Leonard Nevarez.
Prerequisite(s): URBS 100 or permission of the instructor.