Urban Studies Program
The Urban Studies Program at Innis College is a multidisciplinary program of study, which aims to provide students with a multitude of lenses through which to observe, interpret, and understand urban life.
(last updated 10 March 2021)
- Looking to find out more about our program? Check out our new promotional brochure!
- USP alumni Keisha St. Louis-McBurnie, Nikki Pagaling, and Professor David Roberts have recently published an article in the Journal of Urban Affairs, exploring the knowledge of productive practices and mobilizations in public discourse in relation to the revitalization of Moss Park. Click here to read the article
- USP students in Professor Aditi Mehta’s INI342H1 Urban Studies Research Seminar: Qualitative Research for Urban Studies were recently featured in a U of T News article: “Urban studies course forges bond between students and seniors during COVID-19“. (8 January 2021)
USP In The News
“Urban studies course forges bond between students and seniors during COVID-19” by Geoffrey Vendeville for U of T News, featuring USP Professor Aditi Mehta and students in INI342H1F Urban Studies Research Seminar: Qualitative Methods in Urban Studies (Fall 2020). January 8, 2021