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URBANST 105: The Hipster and the City: Race, Ethnicity, Hip-Hop, and Gentrification in Oakland

This course introduce undergraduate students to the theory and methods of thengeospatial history (and humanities), understood broadly as the application of GISntechniques and other quantitative methods in the humanistic study of social and culturalnpatterns in past and recent settings.n! Specifically, the movement of Black population from small towns and plantationsnpre-civil war to the Urban Cities (after the Civil War) to the metropolis (The GreatnMigration) to the present day Black Lives Matter) as been studied by historians usingntraditional methodology. However, these disciplines are becoming outmoded, becausena technology has taken its place.n! Using social media and Arc GIS software (Omega and Neatline),and other spatialntheory and learning technical methodologies, Google Street view, and Taggingncollectives to recover and retrace social movements from Greensboro Sit in, to thenBerkeley Student uprisings of the late 1960s to the Hashtag revolution of Black LivesnMatter.
Terms: Aut | Units: 4 | Grading: Letter (ABCD/NP)
Instructors: Brown, C. (PI)
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