EA 032 PZ -(re) Making American Metropolis
Description: This class will probe the making of the urban and regional fabric of American metropolis in the 20th century and the challenges that this growth has brought to the global 21st. Using greater Los Angeles region as a yardstick, the course will help students understand complex interdependencies of systems and actors in the processes of urbanization. Comparative examples will aid in understanding similarities and differences, especially with respect to mobility and issues of ecosystems services, equity, race and ethnicity. The course will also probe what is being done or can be done to make a sustainable metropolis.
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