The page contains information about how to search for books at Fordham University Libraries along with selections of recent books and links to library services.
Access to print books is subject to change due to COVID-19. Please be sure to check the advisories on the library home page for the latest information.
Feel free to copy and paste these Library of Congress Subject Headings into the catalog to search for books.
City planning--New York (State)--New York
City planning--Environmental aspects
City planning--Technological innovations
City and town life--Europe--History
Cities and towns
Cities and towns, Medieval--Europe
Cities and towns--Technological innovations
Community development, Urban
Discrimination in housing--United States
Gentrification--New York (State)--New York
Housing policy--New York (State)--New York
Housing policy--United States
Land use, Urban--United States
Low-income housing--United States
Recycling (Waste, etc.)
GF125 Cities.Urban geography
GF127 Rural settlements. Rural geography
HD7260-7780.8 Industrial hygiene. Industrial welfare (includes public & low income housing)
HE305-311 Urban transportation
HT101-395 Urban groups. The city. Urban sociology
HT161-165 Garden cities.
HT165.5-169.9 City planning
HT170-178 Urban renewal. Urban redevelopment
HT201-221 City population; Including children in cities, immigration
HT231 Effect of city life
HT251-265 Mental and moral life
HT281 Recreation. Amusements
HT321-325 The city as an economic factor. City promotion
HT330-334 Metropolitan areas
HT351-352 Suburban cities and towns
HT361-384 Urbanization. City and country
HT388 Regional economics. Space in economics
HT390-395 Regional planning
Check out the following videos to learn how to search the library catalog and place a hold or use OneSearch to find books available at Fordham University Libraries.
Looking for ebooks only? Select the "Online Resources" option under the library dropdown limiter before your press Search in the catalog.
You may Place a Hold on a book and have it delivered to your desired campus.
Once you press the Place Hold button on the Item Details page of a catalog record, enter your Fordham ID number without the preceding "A", PIN, and select your campus.
Every effort will be made to deliver books within 1-2 business days. A notification email will be sent to your Fordham email account when the item is available for pickup at your home library. Items will remain on hold for 5 business days.
If you have further questions about how this works, ask at the Reference Desk, Ask a Librarian, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Borrowing books that are not available at any of the Fordham University Libraries requires assistance from InterLibrary Loan.
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