Discourses on Race, Gender, Sexuality And Space ARCH-880WP
This course examines critical discourses on space and the built environment in terms of race, gender, and sexuality. Students will develop interdisciplinary research (architectural history, geography, gender studies, political philosophy, etc.) from national and international contexts which explore power-relations, space, identity and social justice. One of our primary goals will be to understand how the categories of race, gender, and sexuality have been used in different ways to spatialize human relations in terms of power.