URB 300 / HUM 300 / ARC 300 / WWS 392

Urban Studies Research Seminar

Aaron Peter Shkuda

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This interdisciplinary seminar introduces research methods in urban studies. We will focus on some of the ways in which researchers make sense of cities, including various aspects of urban experience, culture, history, theory, form, and policy. Students will use the analytical frameworks covered in the course to develop their own research projects with the goal of developing more dynamic junior papers and senior theses.

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