Political and Economic Geography
Formerly: 201A, 201B
Examines the major thematic concerns that have traditionally shaped the sub-disciplines of political and economic geography, while also engaging with emerging issues that are likely to become focal points in shaping future debates. Explores the co-constitutive relationship between politics, economics and space.
- Credit will not be granted for only one of GEOG 211, GEOG 201A, GEOG 201B.
- GEOG 101B; and
- minimum second-year standing.