About the Course:
Explores the relationship between infrastructure and ideology in the modern world. From urban planning to Bitcoin, we will look at the ways that infrastructure serves as a foundation for social life and as a source of stories and conflicts about the social order. Analyzes infrastructure from a global perspective and draws on examples from France to Singapore. Specific topics to vary by quarter.
Upper division standing.
Documents:View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Kate McDonald
Schedule of Courses
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