Urbanization was a dominant trend in the twentieth century and globalization only acted to accelerate it. The consequence has been a multitude of ecological and social challenges that policy makers and citizens continue to confront. The students participating in this course should expect to learn about these challenges, their relationship to our present environmental emergency, and the potential policy solutions being debated. Students will have an opportunity to propose and defend their own solutions to these challenges.
Note: This course counts towards either the undergraduate Comparative Politics subfield or the International Politics subfield.
Course Attributes: AS SSC; EN S; FA SSC; AR SSC