:: research methods guides

Urban Studies Research Methods Workshop on Friday, November 10 from 9am-Noon, Carol Fields Center, 58 Prospect Avenue, MPR, Room 104.  Breakfast items available.  All Princeton University students and faculty are invited. RSVP to valsmith@princeton.edu. Click here for full schedule.

2016 Research Methods Workshop  

Working with Data

Political and Economic Data: Bobray Bordelon, Firestone Library
Geographic Data and Maps: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Map and Geospatial Information Center, Peter B. Lewis Library

Neighborhood & Archive

Historical City Newspapers, Databases & Primary Sources: Steven Knowlton, Firestone Library
Princeton University Archives and Public Policy Papers: Dan Linke, Mudd Manuscript Library
Literature and Culture: Bill Gleason, Department of English
Art & Policy: Aaron Shkuda, Princeton Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism & the Humanities

The Built Environment

Library Resources on Structure and Design: Willow Dressel, Engineering Library;
Gabriella J. Karl-Johnson, Architecture and Library
The Built Environment and Remittances: Sarah Lopez, Princeton Mellon Initiative in
Architecture, Urbanism & the Humanities


This workshop held each year on Friday after fall break and open to all University students and faculty


F2015 Research Methods Workshop

F2014 Research Methods Workshop

F2013 Research Methods Workshop

S2013 Research Methods Workshop

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