HistoryHIS260 History and the Spatial Turn: Making Space, Place, and Geography in History

Explores the making of space, place, and geography in a body of recent historical work. Explores key theoretical work interrogating the significance of space as a critical element of social theory and historical consideration. Proceeds through three thematic units: questions of colonial economy in South Asia; spaces of empires and its end in the Eastern Mediterranean; and histories of infrastructure.


Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.




Jennifer Derr