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Pedagogical and Teaching-Related Articles
Ebner, "Nurturing Romance Between Now and Then" (2003)
http://www.common-place.org/vol-03/no-04/school/
Online article in Common-Place, The Interactive Journal of Early American Life 3:4 (July, 2003) by Michael Ebner, Lake Forest College, detailing the changing methods he has used over the past 25 years teaching his American Cities (2007) course.

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Teacher Comments on H-URBAN Syllabi
Bertram, Comments on "Domestic Architecture in Islam" (1999)
Comments by Carel Bertram, University of Texas at Austin, posted to H-URBAN (28 June 2000) on teaching his course Domestic Architecture in Islam (1999).
Dyble, Comments on "From Railroads to Automobiles"(2000)
Comments by Louise Nelson Dyble, University of California, Berkeley, on teaching From Railroads to Automobiles: Politics, Development, and Transportation in United States History (2000).
Heathcott, Comments on "Metropolitan America" (2000)
Comments by Joseph Heathcott, Washington University, on teaching Metropolitan America: Cultures And Landscapes Of The Twentieth-Century City (2000).
Herwick, Comments on "The City in Film" (1995)
Contents of posts to H-URBAN (11 July 1996) by Mark S. Herwick, Portland State University, on his issues involved in teaching The City in Film (1995).
Kennedy, Comments on "History of Urban America" (2002)
Comments by Lawrence W. Kennedy, University of Scranton, on the value of incorporating contemporary events into teaching History of Urban America (2002).
Kohl, Comments on "The Global City"(2001)
Comments by Ben Kohl, Cornell University, on teaching The Global City: People, Production, and Planning in the Third World (2001).
Kohl, Comments on "Third World Urbanization"(2000)
Comments by Ben Kohl, Cornell University, on teaching Third World Urbanization (2000).
Kohl, Comments on "The Political Economy of Infrastructure In the Third World"(2000)
Comments by Ben Kohl, Cornell University, on teaching The Political Economy of Infrastructure In the Third World (2000).
Lauria, Comments on "Seminar in Urban Studies"(2002)
Comments by Mickey Lauria, University of New Orleans, on teaching Seminar in Urban Studies (2002).
Lauria, Comments on "Research Design Seminar"(2002)
Comments by Mickey Lauria, University of New Orleans, on teaching Research Design Seminar (2002).
Morrow-Jones, "Sustainable Development" (2002)
Comments by Harriet Morrow-Jones, Ohio State University, on teaching these International Exchange Courses between the Ohio State University and the Technical University at Dresden in the H-URBAN Teaching Center Syllabus Archive: Americanization of German Cities: Case Studies in Housing (1998); Regional Growth and Regional Governance in the areas of Dresden and Columbus (1999); Transformation at the Urban Edge: Urbanization in Exurbia (Spring 2000); Transformation at the Urban Edge: Urbanization in Exurbia (Summer 2000); Community Redevelopment in a Regional Context: Problems and Strategies (2001); Improving the Livable Environment in the Urban Region (2002); and Sustainable Development in the Urban Region: A focus on revitalization (2003).
Nasr, Comments on "History And Theory Of Urban Planning And Urban Design" (1999)
Comments by Joe Nasr, American University at Beirut, on teaching his multi-lingual course History And Theory Of Urban Planning And Urban Design (1999).
Seligman, Comments (2002)
Comments by Amanda I. Seligman, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, on teaching her two courses, History of Poverty in America (2001) and History of Urban Problems (2002).
Seligman, Comments on "The New Suburban History (2003)
Comments by Amanda I. Seligman, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, on teaching The New Suburban History (2003). See also the H-URBAN discussion sparked by Seligman's December 2003 comments on this course.
Talen, Comments on "Urban Structure and Function" (2002)
Comments by Emily Talen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, on the use of Spiro Kostof texts for Urban Structure and Function (2002).
Tarr, Comments on "Pittsburgh and the Rise of the Modern American City" (2002)
Comments by Joel A. Tarr, Carnegie Mellon University, on teaching Pittsburgh and the Rise of the Modern American City (2002).

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