David K. Seitz

Assistant Professor of Cultural Geography

David K. Seitz is a critical geographer of liberal multiculturalism. His writing investigates the cultural, political, and affective dimensions of geographical processes, including urban gentrification, immigration and asylum, queer community formation, U.S. imperialism, and struggles over social reproduction. Seitz is the author of A House of Prayer for All People: Contesting Citizenship in a Queer Church (University of Minnesota Press, 2017). In addition to his primary home in the HMC HSA Department, he is affiliated faculty in the Cultural Studies Department at Claremont Graduate University, and core faculty in the American Studies Program at the Claremont Colleges.

Courses Taught

(Please refer to HSA Departmental Courses for this semester’s courses.)

  • GEOG 105 HM Place, Power, and Difference
  • GEOG 125 HM Geographies of Disease and Health Justice
  • GEOG 175 HM Geographies of Labor
  • GEOG 179C HM Geographies Disease/Health Justice / Special Topics in Geography
  • GEOG 179D HM Geographies of Communities / Special Topics in Geography
  • GEOG 179E HM Geographies of Labor
  • GEOG 195 HM Geographies of Solidarity

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