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HIST 4395
Urban Historical Geography
Three semester hours. (FL-Even)
The study of the continuing evolution of urban landscapes in Western civilization. An examination of urban form and function through time from Mesopotamian and Greco-Roman cities to industrial and post-industrial cities and suburbs. May be taken for graduate credit. (Cross-listed with GEOG 4395 and URBS 4395)

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