Comparative Urban Politics and Policymaking


DukeImmerse Seminar. A comparative examination and analysis of urban governance in South Africa and the United States. Examines potential consequences of persistent racial and class disparities for housing and neighborhoods, public health, education, community infrastructure, and general economic and social development. Specific attention to how the physical layout, government structures, politics, culture, and the civil society of cities and urban areas may both promote and hinder human development and social justice. Instructor consent required.

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Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • EI
  • SS
Cross-Listed As
  • ICS 213S
  • POLSCI 235S
  • PUBPOL 285S
  • RIGHTS 235S
Typically Offered