Use and Submission Policy
Brief History of H-Urban Syllabi Collection
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Syllabus Submission Formats and Procedures
As a follow-up to the first Syllabus Exchange, the Urban History Association and the Valentine Museum published the Syllabus Exchange II. Edited by Judy A. Lankford, the second collection contained an additional 24 syllabi and 15 teaching assignments, with an introduction by Richard Harris from McMaster University. The Exchanges have been out of print for several years, and the H-Urban Teaching Center was created when there was a need for new dissemination of the most recent urban history and urban-related syllabi.
H-URBAN is committed to maintaining and expanding the syllabus
site for scholarly research and interactive exchange.
Use the Teaching Articles and Comments
page to access articles about teaching urban-related courses, and
to quickly find teacher comments included with and related to
syllabi on the H-URBAN site.
The copyright on a syllabus contributed to the H-URBAN Teaching
Center's Urban-Related Syllabi site remains with the author of the
syllabus. For information on the non-profit, educational use of
copyrighted material on H-NET lists, see the H-NET
Copyright Policy statement.
H-URBAN also encourages and warmly welcomes instructors to
include additional comments on the syllabus. Comments may cover
the theoretical and methodological goals and expectations at the
time the syllabus was created, the experience of teaching the
course and the response to it, and proposed changes based on this
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