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H-Urban Web Links

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Provides annotated links to "sites likely to be of value to professional scholars" of urban studies. Does not list sites "which seemed primarily narratives mostly written for tourists" or subscription services. Length of annotations run from one sentence to 200 words; some include links to longer reviews by H-Urban contributors. Listings are offered by title, subject or source, and location. Also includes links to approximately 80 syllabi on urban studies subjects.