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Residential Racial Segregation in the U.S.: Causes and Consequences: Finding Books, Journals & Media

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Research Reports

Urban Institute Research of Record: Cities and Neighborhoods. Large collection of publications (reports, working papers, press releases, presentations, etc.) relating to U.S. cities and neighborhoods. Includes subsets on: "Arts and Culture;" "Economic Development;" "Federal Urban Policies;" "Mobility and Transportation;" "Neighborhood Indicators;" "Neighborhoods and Community Building;" and the "Washington D.C. Region."

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If a book that you need is not available (not owned/checked out) at the Dana Library, but is available from another Rutgers Library, you can request delivery of that book to Dana by bringing up the record for the book in the Catalog and clicking on tbe Book Delivery button.

Book not at Rutgers?

The fastest way to get a copy of a book that is not owned or not available (checked out/on Reserve/missing etc.) at the Rutgers Libraries is to request it through E-Z Borrow. E-Z Borrow books are normally received within about five working days.

If a book is not owned by the Rutgers Libraries and is not available via E-Z Borrow, you can place an Interlibrary Loan request.

Library Catalogs

Rutgers Library Catalog
Search all Rutgers Libraries for books, videos, media, microforms, and other materials.
Rutgers Law Library (Newark & Camden) Catalog
Rutgers Law library materials are not listed in the Catalog. So if your topic is in some way law-related, be sure and use the Law library catalog.

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