F 9:30 a.m.12:00 p.m.
ANH 154

In this course, we examine the relationship between the design of space and contention in a global context. Contention is broadly defined and it captures different forms and scales, from ideological representations of contesting nation-building processes, to social movements, revolutions, and wars. The course is designed around three major themes, which are discussed in the context of different case studies. In the first module, we study some theoretical frameworks and definitions of “space” and we explore different forms of contention. In the next two modules, we consider spaces of contention and their design in the context of power relations and cultural practices.

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