American cities are comprised of residents from a great diversity of nations, cultures, religions, and political philosophies. Consequently, conflicts surrounding race, ethnicity, class, and gender are often at the center of disputes about the use of public space and the allocation of city resources. This course examines the patterns of racial‐ethnic, class, and gender inequality in American cities. We shall address how these inequalities emerge, how they are perpetuated, and the role of public policy in addressing these social problems.
|Spring 2014||Carrie Nordlund||Syllabus|
|Fall 2011||C. Nicole Mason||Syllabus|
|Fall 2010||Lisette Garcia||Syllabus|
|Fall 2009||Rachelle Brunn||Syllabus|
|Fall 2008||Rachelle Brunn||Syllabus|