Spring 2019 Urban Studies and A/B/C Courses

SPRING 2019 URBAN STUDIES COURSES

 

REQUIREMENT A

 

SOCIOLOGY

URBS UN3420 — Introduction to Urban Sociology
Tuesday/Thursday 11:40 AM – 12:55 PM
Prof. Aaron Passell
Must attend first class. Limited to 50.

URBS UN3310: Race, Space and Urban Schools
Monday/Wednesday 10:10-11:25 AM
Prof. Alexandra Freidus
Must attend first class. Priority to Urban Studies majors.

URBS UN3485: Urban Political Economy
Monday/Wednesday 10:10-11:25 AM
Prof. Christian Siener
Must attend first class. Priority to Urban Studies majors.

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

URBS UN3450 — Neighborhood and Community Developmen
Monday/Wednesday 11:40 AM – 12:55 PM
Prof. Mary Rocco
Must attend first class. Priority to Urban Studies majors.

 

ANTHROPOLOGY

URBS UN3464 — Urban Ecologies & Grand Infrastructure
Monday/Wednesday 1:10 PM – 2:25 PM
Prof. Şevin Yildiz
Must attend first class.

 

 

REQUIREMENT B

 

No courses offered Spring 2019.

 

REQUIREMENT C

 

METHODS COURSE

URBS UN2200 — Introduction to GIS Methods
Section 001: Monday/Wednesday 6:10 PM – 8:00 PM
Prof. Benjamin Huff

Section 002: Tuesdays/Thursdays 6:10 PM – 8:00 PM
Adam Lubitz
Must attend first class. Priority to Urban Studies majors and Architecture majors. Only 24 admitted.

 

REQUIREMENT E

 

JUNIOR SEMINAR

You must complete at least two of your three 'A' courses before taking the Junior Seminar.

URBS UN3546 — Junior Seminar: Urban Issues
Section 001: Tuesdays 4:10 PM – 6:00 PM
Prof. Şevin Yildiz
Must attend first class. Non-majors admitted by permission of the instructor. Enrollment limited to 15.

HIST UN3009 -- Junior Seminar: Cities and Slavery in the Atlantic World
Section 001: Tuesdays 4:10 PM - 6:00 PM
Prof. Amy Chazkel
Must attend first class, Urban Studies History majors will be given priority.  Enrollment limited to 15.

SENIOR SEMINAR

This is a year-long course. No new students will be admitted in the Spring.

URBS UN3993 — Senior Seminar – The Built Environment

Section 001: Wednesday 4:10 PM – 6:00 PM
Prof. Aaron Passell

Section 002: Wednesday 4:10 PM – 6:00 PM
Prof. Mary Rocco

URBS UN3995 — Senior Seminar – New York Field Research

Wednesday 4:10 PM – 6:00 PM
Prof. Alexandra Friedus

URBS UN3997 — Senior Seminar – International Topics in Urban Studies

Wednesday 4:10 PM – 6:00 PM
Prof. Şevin Yildiz


SPRING 2019 A/B/C COURSES

This is only a tentative list of the Spring 2019 courses that fulfill Requirements A, B, and C of the Urban Studies curriculum. This early draft reflects the initial data we were given by the Registrar, but is subject to change as we gather more information.

If you see a course that you think should be included on this list, send the details and syllabus to apassell@barnard.edu for consideration.

All 'A,' 'B,' and 'C' courses must be reviewed and approved by the Urban Studies Program Director.

Last updated 10/15/2018.

 

REQUIREMENT A

ECONOMICS:

HISTORY:

HIST GU4012 — History of the City in Latin America
HIST BC3830 — Bombay/Mumbai and its Urban Imaginaries
UN3017 - Sexuality and the City

MIDDLE EAST:

UN3331 - Urban Space & Conflict in Middle East


POLITICAL SCIENCE:

POLS UN3213 — American Urban Politics


SOCIOLOGY:

SOCI BC3907 — Communities and Social Change


URBAN STUDIES:

URBS UN3450 — Neighborhood and Community Development
URBS UN3464 — Urban Ecologies and Grand Infrastructure
URBS UN3485 — Urban Political Economy
URBS UN3310 — Race, Space and Urban Schools

 

REQUIREMENT B

ARCHITECTURE:

ARCH UN1010 — Design Futures: New York City
ARCH A4332 — Eur Urb + Cartography
ARCH UN3130 — Urban Disloccations and the Architecture of Diasporas
ARCH UN3117 — Modern Architecture in the World

 

AMERICAN STUDIES

AMST UN3931 -Tale of Two Cities: New York, San Francisco, and Urban Identity

 

ART HISTORY:

 

DANCE:

DNCE BC2570 — Dance in New York City
DNCE BC 3240 — Seeing the Body: Movement and Physicality in Modern Visual Culture

 

ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:

SDEV UN2300 — Challenges of Sustainable Development
SDEV UN3410 — Urbanization and Sustainability

 

URBAN STUDIES:

No courses offered Spring 2019.

 

REQUIREMENT C

 

ECONOMICS:

ECON BC2590 — Measuring History


POLITICAL SCIENCE:

POLS UN3704 — Data Analysis & Statistics


SOCIOLOGY:

SOCI UN3010 — Methods for Social Research


ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:

SDEV UN3390 — GIS for Sustainable Development


URBAN STUDIES:

URBS UN2200 — Introduction to GIS Methods