Governing New York City

Counts as a Faculty Elective for the following majors/minors: Africana, American, Asian/Pacific/American, Gender & Sexuality, Metropolitan, Latino, and Social & Cultural Anaylsis.

This course will examine the complex politics and governing of New York City. Topics covered include: the structure of key political institutions; the “permanent” government; the role of interest groups; racial and ethnic politics; and, voting and elections. We examine three broad policy areas (education, housing and policing) to trace the impact of New York City’s political and governance structure on public policy.

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Spring 2022

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Kimberely Stephanie Johnson
MW: 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM 12WV L120