Integrated Social Sciences Program: Population & Movements
Guide for the online Integrated Social Sciences program
Courses in the theme of Population and Movements (PM) address how population patterns are changing over time and space, as well as the complex political, economic, and cultural factors shaping these patterns.
Population & Movement Theme
Mercer Illustration in 1866 Harper's Weekly. Photo by Arthur Churchill Warner. In 1864, Asa Mercer recruited and brought 11 women to Seattle to balance the male/female population and serve as teachers.
Black Voices on the City is a student-organized database that aims to accomplish two things: first, to catalog contributions of Black researchers and practitioners to the field of urban planning, and second, to amplify Black voices in a field that has been overwhelmingly dominated by white, cisgender, heterosexual men since its beginnings.
Subject guides with in-depth resources in a particular topic or area of emphasis: