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Planners Network Conference 2014

April 7, 2014 by nrantisi in Announcements, Conferences

The 2014 Planners Network Conference, Planning at the Borders, will take place June 5-7 in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Abstracts proposing pre-organized sessions, workshops, individual presentations, posters, or social documentation should be submitted before April 10, 2014 at: pnconference2014@gmail.com. Preference will be given to participatory sessions.

For more information visit http://plannersnetwork2014.wordpress.com/

Summer 2014: Progressive Planning at the Border

Summer 2014: Progressive Planning at the Border

Summer 2014: Progressive Planning at the Border

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Progressive Planning at the Border

  • PN 2014 in Ciudad Juárez, México: Thank you for Joining Us at the Border
    by María Teresa Vázquez Castillo
  • Progressive Planning at the Border
    by Peter Marcuse
  • The Right to the City: Strategic Approach for the Post-2015 and the Habitat III Global Agendas
    by Lorena Zárate
  • Right to the City In New York City: Race, Militarization of Public Spaces and Community Control
    by Tom Angotti
  • La Figura del Peatón en la Planificación de la Movilidad en Ciudad Juárez
    by Frida Landa Rivera
  • Planeación Participativa: Mejoramiento Barrial y Cambio Social
    by Leticia Peña Barrera
  • Defending U.S. worker rights: Can we learn from Latin America’s “Third Left”?
    by Marie Kennedy, Chris Tilly
  • Fuerza Valpo! Solidarity, Resistance, and Recovery In the Wake of Valparaíso Fires
    by Emily Achtenberg
  • Crowdfunding Community Projects: A Transformative Community Development Tool and a Liability for Social Justice and Government Responsibility
    by Liz Treutel
  • On Ethics and Economics
    by Kanishka Goonewardena

Book Review

  • Burlington Development Director Recounts History
    by Pierre Clavel

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Spring 2014: Planning Across Borders

Spring 2014: Planning Across Borders

Spring 2014: Planning Across Borders

The Seventh Generation

  • Transbordering Planning
    by Clara Irazábal

Planning Across Borders

  • Santa Fe: Mexico City’s Challenged Megaproject
    by María Moreno-Carranco
  • Conservation and Inequalities in Tanzanian Maasailand
    by Mohammad Sarfaraz Gani Adnan, Barsha Chitrakar, Kartini Kasmuri and Genevieve Wasser
  • Cusco: City of Memory
    by Miriam Chion
  • The Buffer Zone in Nicosia: Border or Bridge Space?
    by Alyssa Juday, Maria Pia Giraudo, Chiara Pirro, Giulio Mandrillo, and Francesca Femenias
  • PNC 2014: Planning at the Borders
  • Protest of Gentrification and Eviction Technologies in San Francisco
    by Manissa McCleave Maharawal
  • Mayor Bloomberg’s Park Legacy: Destination Parks
    by Boris Suchkov
  • Street Harassment: Old Issue, Ongoing Struggle, New Movement
    by Nina M. Flores
  • Spaces of Resistance and Creativity: The 15M Barcelona Encampment
    by Silvano De la Llata
  • Community Design and Post-Disaster Recovery after Japan’s Tsunami
    by Tamiyo Kondo
  • Enforcing Social Justice through the Code of Ethics: How Planners Network Can Make it Happen
    by Jeffrey S. Lowe

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Winter 2014: New York City after Bloomberg

Winter 2014: New York City after Bloomberg

Winter 2014: New York City after Bloomberg

The Seventh Generation

  • Don’t Believe the Hype about Mike – Oops, I Mean Bill
    by Tom Angotti

New York City after Bloomberg

  • The Monumental Myths of Michael Bloomberg
    by Dan Steinberg
  • The Life and Death of Low-Income Co-ops in New York City
    by Oksana Mironova
  • The Invisible Bicyclists (Hint: you’re not a white man!)
    by Dorothy Le and Helen Ho
  • For a City Free of Gender Violence
    by Marly Pierre-Louis
  • Creating a City Wide Afterschool Initiative to Prioritize Diverse Learning Experiences over Test Prep
    by Tal Bar-Zemer
  • Homes for All
    by Picture the Homeless Housing Committee
  • A Just Code of Ethics for Planners: A Priority for Planners Network
    by Peter Marcuse
  • What is Consistent with the Public Interest? Rethinking Planning Ethics for the 21st Century
    by Harley Etienne
  • Planning Withers Away in Crisis-ridden Greece
    by Reggie Modlich with Dina Vaiou, Rena Klabatsea, Maria Markou, Irini Micha, Thanos Pagonis, and Fereniki Vatavali
  • Labor-Community Coalitions Beat the Odds in the Philippines
    by Jacqueline Leavitt
  • NIMBYs or Concerned Citizens? Responding to Shale Oil and Gas Development
    by Susan Christopherson and Ned Rightor
  • Many Hands Together Make a Home: The Co-Production of Tiny Houses
    by Sijia Zhang, Noah Phillips, Riley Balikian, Giri Venkataramanan, and Alfonso Morales
  • A Knowledge Worker-Low Wage Worker Coalition in Ithaca, New York
    by Pierre Clavel
  • The Architecture of Change: Building a Better World
    Reviewed by Anthony Schuman

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Fall 2013: Community and Labor: Synergies, Frictions, and Innovations

Fall 2013 Community and Labor: Synergies, Frictions, and Innovations

Fall 2013 Community and Labor: Synergies, Frictions, and Innovations

The Seventh Generation

  • Can labor and community learn to dance together? by Marie Kennedy & Chris Tilly

General

Food

Space/Land Use

  • Labor and Community in Land Use Planning: The New York Hotel Trades’ Council “Special Permit” Campaign by Ian Thomas MacDonald
  • Construction Unions, After Years of Support for Atlantic Yards Megaproject, Finally Face Squeeze by Norman Oder

Education

Latin America

  • Constructing Alliances to Defend Dignity!: Miners and Community Work Together in Northern Mexico by Alejandra Ancheita
  • Uniendo lo que el Capital Divide: Labor-community unite in an unequal Northern Greater Buenos Aires by Rodolfo Elbert

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Summer 2013: Conference Recap

Conference Recap

  • Bruce Dale: A Planner’s Life
    by Tony Schuman
  • Orange, New Jersey: Making a Place
    by Margaux Simmons and Jamy Lasell
  • Placemaking with the University of Orange
    by Molly Rose Kaufman, Rachel Bland, Mindy Fullilove, and Michele Racioppi
  • Response to Progressive Planning in the American South
    by Harley Etienne

Planning for Disaster

General

  • Confronting Mass Incarceration
    by Scott Humphrey
  • Harold Washington’s Leadership Legacy
    by Xolela Mangcu

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Spring 2013: The American South

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The American South

  • Progressive Planning in the American South
    by Pierre Clavel and Nichola Lowe
  • Flipping the Script: Toward a Transformative Urban Redevelopment Agenda in Chattanooga, Tennessee
    by Courtney Elizabeth Knapp
  • Community Planning Confronts the Proposed Demolition of Public Housing: A Memphis Tale
    by Laura Saija, David Westendorff, and Antonio Raciti
  • Preserving Emancipation: The Case of St. Helena Island, South Carolina
    by Charles Connerly
  • Civil Rights, Technology and Cultural Tourism: The Emmett Till Historic Intrepid Center Museum in Glendora, Mississippi
    by Joan Marshall Wesley and Daphine G. Foster
  • Innovations in Immigrant Incorporation: High Point, NC
    by Hannah Gill, Meghan Andrew, and Mai Nguyen
  • A Tale of Two Cities: Leveling the Development Playing Field in Atlanta and Birmingham
    by Mike Dobbins
  • Please Inquire Within: Local Hiring in Durham, North Carolina
    by Clara Turner and Nichola Lowe
  • Growing Local/Buying Local: Challenging Pessimism and Social Division through Narratives of Possibility
    by Gabriel Cumming and Dorothy Holland
  • Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution
    Reviewed by Eeva Berglund

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Winter 2013: New York

Winter 2013, New York

Winter 2013, New York

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New York Focus

  • New York Neighborhoods Fight Land Grabs: Public Parks Going to Professional Teams
    by Donovan Finn 
  • Planners Network Conference
  • Revisiting Equity: The HUD Sustainable Communities Initiative
    Lisa K. Bates and Marisa Zapata
  • Planning in the Shadows: Unauthorized Immigrants in Postville
    by Gerardo Francisco Sandoval
  • Sustainability and Its Contradictions in Southeastern Massachusetts
    by Helene Fine
  • What is the Skills Problem in Manufacturing?
    by Nichola Lowe
  • Community Participation in Rural New Gateway Communities
    by Katia Balassiano
  • Children Seen and Heard: Photovoice and Kids Making the Case for Public Health
    by Kelly Main
  • Building Inclusive Cities: Women’s Safety and the Right to the City
    Reviewed by Regula Modlich

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Fall 2012: Communities and Design

Fall 2012, Communities and Design

Fall 2012, Communities and Design

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Design Focus

General Interest

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Summer 2012: Los Angeles-What Future for the “City of the Future”?

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Focus on Los Angeles

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