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The Right to the City (Module)

Module description

Within the context of ‘The Right to the City’, this module will be centrally concerned with several inter-related questions:

  •  ‘What is a right?’;
  •  ‘Who has rights?’; and ‘How do people make claims for rights?’;
  •  ‘What is a city?’ and ‘What do we mean by “the urban”?’
  •  ‘Is there such a thing as “the right to the city”?’
  •  What are the political potentials of a demand for ‘the right to the city’?

 

 

 

Please note that this is indicative and may change from year to year.  

Staff information

Professor Philip Hubbard

Teaching pattern

16 hours of lectures; 5 hours of seminars/tutorials, 179 hours of self-guided learning

Module assessment - more information

One 1,000 word essay (33%); one 3,000 word research essay (67%)

Key information

Module code 7SSG5209

Credit level 7

Assessment coursework

Credit value 20

Semester Semester 1 (autumn)

Study abroad module No