CCAS 207

Racial Geographies

Description: (Formerly numbered Chicana and Chicano Studies 207.) Seminar, three hours. Interdisciplinary examination of spatial turn in social sciences and humanities. Drawing upon readings from geography, history, ethnic, and American studies, use of analytic of space to investigate questions of race in U.S. Focus on production of space, geographic approaches to racial formation, and anti-racist, place-based struggles. Study foregrounds intersections with Chicana and Chicano studies and models of relational racialization. S/U or letter grading.

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