Some of the most frequently cited scholarly journals related to urban affairs and urban studies topics are below. Topics range from cities, nonprofits, public administration, public sector, urban/suburan areas, urban planning, and urban/regional studies are linked below.
You can find journal articles using the library's databases. Below are several databases useful when searching for articles on cities and other Urban Studies topics. The topic or place you select may affect the databases you choose. If you have trouble deciding on databases to start with contact the subject liaison librarians specialists. Usualy the first 5 databases will give you a good start.
Google Scholar is often helpful for finding scholarly articles on your city. Some of these articles will contain statistical content.
If you are on-campus, you will be able to view articles located in databases leased by the university. If you are off-campus, you may need to access the articles through remote access. See the instructions for connecting from off-campus on the ULS homepage.
These general multidisciplinary databases cover a wide range of topics, including issues related to urban affairs and urban studies.
Use these quick links to access lists of related databases, the listing of e-journals, or to access library services from off-campus.