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July/August 1998

July/August 1998 Feminism, Gender, and Planning

Columns and Opinion The Seventh Generation: Special Issue on Feminism, Gender, and Planning  by Ann Forsyth Do Equity Planners Care About..

July 30, 1998

The Complexity of Gender A Caribbean Perspective

by Wanda I. Mills Community building and development efforts need to take into account differences among groups within communities. I..

July 6, 1998

Cross-over Dreams Gender, Development and Community Development

by Claudia B. Isaac For some time, I have been thinking about the crossovers in my own practice and scholarship, where the distinct..

July 6, 1998

Subscribing to Gender Internet Resources for Planners

by Stacy Harwood Over a year ago, I began “surfing the Web” for anything related to the intersection of women, gender or..

July 6, 1998

Engendering Neoliberal Reform

by Amy Lind Many planners and development practitioners have recognized women’s work as an important source for community development..

July 6, 1998

Lifting Women’s Voices, The Roofless Women’s Action Research Mobilization and Participatory Action Research

by Marie Kennedy How can progressive planners work more effectively with low-income women to address urgent issues they face, such as the..

July 6, 1998

Women Plan Toronto Incorporating Gender Issues in Urban Planning

by Barbara Loevinger Rahder Grassroots women can organize to change the way cities are planned and developed. Women Plan Toronto (WPT) is..

July 6, 1998

Do Equity Planners Care About Health Care?

by Patricia A. Nolan I was standing in the lobby of the massive 918-bed Cook County Hospital complex in Chicago when it finally hit me...

July 6, 1998

Special Issue on Feminism, Gender, and Planning

by Ann Forsyth, Guest Editor Contemporary US feminism emerged in the 1960s and 1970s at the end of a period of dramatic residential..

July 6, 1998
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