Timetable

Please also consult the Faculty of Arts & Science timetable. There may be some discrepancies or omissions as the official timetable hasn't been finalized as yet. We will update the course times and locations as they are confirmed.

2016-17

*Updated August 12, 2016*

 

INI234H1F Cities in Popular Culture

Instructor: David Roberts
Lecture: Tuesdays 10-12, Location IN112 - Innis Town Hall

 

INI235H1F    A Multidisciplinary Introduction to Urban Studies I: Theoretical Foundations of City Building (formerly INI235Y1Y)

Instructor: David Roberts
Lecture: Wednesdays 10-12, Location IN112 - Innis Town Hall

 

INI236H1S    A Multidisciplinary Introduction to Urban Studies II: Urban Challenges and Theoretical Application (formerly INI235Y1Y)

Instructor: David Roberts
Lecture: Wednesdays 10-12, Location IN112 - Innis Town Hall

 

INI333H1F    Critical Approaches to Urban Studies: Contesting Power in Canada's Cities

Instructor: Emily Paradis
Lecture: Tuesdays 3-5, Location IN312

 

INI336H1F    Creative Cities

Instructor: Gregory Spencer
Lecture: Mondays 1-3, Location AB107

 

INI337H1F    Urban Problems

*CANCELLED*

 

INI338H1S    Advanced Topics in Urban Studies I

*CANCELLED* (July 13, 2016)

 

INI339H1S    United City, Divided City (New Course)

Instructor: David Hulchanski

Lecture: Tuesdays 10-12, Location IN112 - Innis Town Hall

 

INI432H1F    Special Topics in Urban Studies: Cities & Mega-Events: Place-Making, Contestation and Urban Citizenship

Instructor: David Roberts
Lecture: Thursdays 1-3, Location BL114

 

INI433H1S Special Topics in Urban Studies: Governing Creative Cities

Instructor: Patrick Adler

Lecture: Tuesdays 4-6, Location BL313

 

INI437Y1Y    Urban Experiential Learning in Toronto & the GTA

Instructor: Shauna Brail (Fall)/Eleanor Rae (Winter)
Lecture: Tuesdays 10-12, Location OI 8280 (OISE) *NEW LOCATION*

 

JGI216H1S    Urbanization & Global Change

Instructor: David Roberts
Lecture: Thursdays 4-6, Location IN112 - Innis Town Hall

 

JGI346H1F    The Urban Planning Process

Instructor: Paul Hess
Lecture: Wednesdays 10-12, Location TBA