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Professor Herrera is funny, relatable, and passionate about what he teaches. He is also incredibly friendly; so much so that he is the only professor whose office hours I felt comfortable going to (on multiple occasions too). Super understanding and accommodating with everything; posted lectures online after the TA strike started and made the final optional. He will also provide PTEs for you if you need one! As for the material, it's a great mix of urban theory and real-life society. Readings are covered in lecture, but would recommend at least skimming them. Attendance isn't required but would recommend going bc it's not recorded. Two response papers, participation discussion posts, and two super simple quizzes. 10/10 recommend!!!!
Professor Herrera was such an engaging lecturer. There was not a day in class where I ever felt bored or uninspired by his insightful thoughts. The topics covered in the course were very interesting and also allowed you to reflect upon its implications in the real world. The course had two required quizzes and reflection papers. The quizzes are 10 questions each and are extremely manageable if you attend lectures or read the slides. Reflection papers are based on two or more readings of your choice, that you compare and use to assist the themes of one another. Being that this quarter we had a lot of our grading upended by the strike, the final became optional. Overall I would take Professor Herrera again, he is such a phenomenal professor and person.