Reading Race and Gender in Everyday Landscapes

Lecture Description

This lecture discusses the ways in which scholars of history can use the built environment as a means to understanding the past. The lecture discusses how historians should understand the built environment as shaped by social relations and political and cultural ideologies such as race and gender. This lecture discusses what the field of cultural geography has to offer historians.

CATEGORIES

General and Historiography Urban and Suburban

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