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This subject guide identifies selected print and electronic sources available to SFU students, faculty and staff for Urban Studies research.
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Services for Urban Studies students
Research assistance for the Urban Studies Program is centred at Belzberg Library at SFU Vancouver's Harbour Centre.
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Topic and related pages
- Aging and the City
- Car-Free & Car-Light Areas in Cities wiki created for BUS 360
- Urban Energy Futures page created for Dialogue semester
- Urban Transportation
- Urban Bylaws, Legislation and Planning Resources
- See also: SPSS Resources videos, books, discussion forum and more
New Urban Studies books
- More from less : the surprising story of how we learned to prosper using fewer resources--and what happens next
- Sustainability, Conservation and Creativity Ethnographic Learning from Small-Scale Practices.
- Common spaces of urban emancipation
- Automatic for the city : designing for people in the age of the driverless car
- The right to squat the city : squatters, housing struggles and urban politics
- A state beyond the state : Shenzhen and the transformation of urban China
- Regenerative urban development, climate change and the common good
- URBAN DESIGN : the composition of complexity.
- From vehicles to grid to electric vehicles to green grid : many a little makes a miracle
- Neighbourhood planning : place, space and politics
- Urban transport XXV
- The city in China : new perspectives on contemporary urbanism
- The planner's use of information
- City builder. The architecture of James K.M. Cheng.
- Housing for degrowth : principles, models, challenges and opportunities
- Bike share
- Shared housing, shared lives : everyday experiences across the lifecourse
- The Inside Track: Why Transport Matters and How We Can Make It Better
- URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA UNDER THE INSTITUTION OF LAND RIGHTS
- Greening affordable housing : an interactive approach
- Porocity : opening up solidity
- Walkable cities : revitalization, vibrancy and sustainable consumption across the Atlantic ocean