Global Toronto: Still a Progressive City?
Speaker: Martin Horak
Associate Professor of Political Science,
University of Western Ontario
Presented by the
Department of Political Science and the Urban Studies Program
Wednesday, 17 April 2013
O'Hare Special Collections Room
Walsh Library, Rose Hill Campus
4 - 7 p.m.
Rose Hill, Dealy 208B
Lincoln Center, Lowenstein 414B
Urban Studies Program
Designed as an interdisciplinary program, Urban Studies offers a broad introduction to the city and the urban environment. Students combine course work and urban issues with hands-on experience in New York City.
By integrating study from numerous academic disciplines, students gain a strong understanding of the complex relationships that contribute to both the problems and opportunities of city living.
A dedicated faculty offer courses ranging from urban politics and community, architecture and the built environment, urban history, immigration and class relations, to literary representations of urban space.