AMST 3502 Mapping Inequalities: Revealing and Combating Racism in America

3 hours; 3 credits

Relationship between environment, sustainability, and landscape, focusing specifically on the production of inequality. From segregation to gentrification, from slavery to global capitalism and disaster capitalism, inequality is produced spatially and impacts our ability to build sustainable environments and societies. Understanding the geography of inequality helps illustrate the roots of inequality, as well as possible solutions. This course is the same as SUST 2101.


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