ARCH 351 Urban Metabolism: tools from the social sciences for architects and designers

City as a dynamic, contested space, marked by reconfiguration and change. Literatures of actor-network theory, urban political ecology, urban regime theory; links between transformation of resources into built environment, with a focus on housing, and accompanying flows (people, resources, waste, power); dynamics of socio-political power and domination in cities. Credit units: 3 ECTS Credit units: 6.

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