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History of American Cities
photo of Manhattan, 1931
Credit Hours:
3 hours

A history of the planning, development, and growth of American cities. In addition to studying the built environment, this course will examine American attitudes and perceptions of urban spaces from the colonial period to the present. The impact of transportation, technology, and immigration on American cities will also be considered.


Instructors of this Course

Associate Professor

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