University of Calgary

GEOG 696 - Urban, Regional and Global Political Economy Seminar - Winter 2017

Spatial and power relations that shape urban, regional and global processes. Investigation of a wide range of processes, ranging in scale from the local to the global: capital investment and disinvestment; state power and policymaking; planning, governance and governmentality; political struggle, all in multiple forms of spatiality: place, scale, territory, networks.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(3-0)


  • Intended for students enrolled in a Geography graduate degree program or a graduate degree program of a cognate discipline.


  • Consent of the Department.


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