Social/Cultural Geography

This cluster explores issues relating to the social geographies of everyday life. It exposes students to the ways that cultural practices—­religion, tourism, language, and consumption--shape and are shaped by space and place. It challenges students to think critically about how social difference is spatialized, and engages students using film, literature, music, and pop culture.

Note: Courses in the Major Program in Human Geography are divided into three main subdisciplinary concentrations: Urban Geography, Social/Cultural Geography and Environmental Geography. This program requires a total of 7.0 full credits within the broader 20 credit requirement for a UTSC degree.

Note:Courses in the Major Program in Human Geography are divided into three main subdisciplinary concentrations: Urban Geography, Social/Cultural Geography and Environmental Geography. This program requires a total of 7.0 full credits within the broader 20 credit requirement for a UTSC degree.

SOCIAL/CULTURAL Geography Concentration

  • GGRA02H3 The Geography of Global Processes
  • GGRB13H3 Social Geography
  • GGRB28H3 Geographies of Disease
  • GGRB55H3 Cultural Geography
  • GGRC02H3 Population Geography
  • GGRC04H3 Urban Residential Geography
  • GGRC09H3 Current Topics in Social Geography
  • GGRC24H3 Socio-Natures and the Cultural Politics of 'The Environment'
  • GGRC31H3 Qualitative Geographical Methods: Place and Ethnography
  • GGRC45H3 Local Geographies of Globalization
  • GGRC56H3 Spaces of Travel: Unsettling Migration, Tourism, and Everyday Mobilities
  • GGRD09H3 Feminist Geographies
  • GGRD10H3 Health and Sexuality
  • GGRD19H3 Spaces of Multiraciality: Critical Mixed Race Theory

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