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MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning website, 2017 February 03 – ongoing


Scope and Contents

The MIT Department of Urban Studies & Planning website provides an overview of the Department and information on academic programs, degrees, labs and centers, policies and procedures, and news. The Department of Urban Studies & Planning (DUSP), founded in 1933, is a department within the School of Architecture + Planning at MIT. The Department is composed of four specialization areas: City Design and Development; Environmental Policy and Planning; Housing, Community and Economic Development; and International Development Group.


  • Creation: 2017 February 03 – ongoing


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This site was selected for capture by MIT Libraries DDC Processing Team Manager, Rachel Van Unen and Collections Strategist, Mikki Macdonald to build on a pre-existing archival collection held by DDC. Captured as a semiannual crawl. We use scoping rules to determine the extent of our crawls, if you would like to see the full scoping details, please contact the collector.

Repository Details

Part of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Libraries. Department of Distinctive Collections Repository

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