Progressive City

Four Eviction Tactics Used by Rio Authorities, and How Favela Residents Have Fought Back

Remaining House in Beira Rio, after neighboring houses were demolished. Photo by Natalie Southwick. Source:   As of 2015, the City of Rio’s own data showed that 22,059 families (an estimated 77,000 individuals) across the city had been evicted from their homes […]


Assistant/Associate Professor, Community-Engaged Scholarship & Indigenous Planning , University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

Assistant/Associate Professor Community-Engaged Scholarship & Indigenous Planning Position Number: 24655 Department of City Planning Academic Full-time/Tenure Track University of Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada Position Start Date: July 1, 2018 Closing Date for Applications: Applications will be considered beginning December 1, […]


Updates on Progressive City: Radical Alternatives Magazine

Updates on Progressive City: Radical Alternatives Magazine The new PN online magazine Progressive City: Radical Alternatives, now features new articles and a podcast. Join the facebook page:   &  twitter: A podcast has been added for the series Ear to the Pavement: Allison Lirish Dean interviews New York-based journalist […]


The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP), Executive Program Coordinator

CMAP Executive Office Executive Program Coordinator (EPC2017) January 9, 2017 Job Category:                          Associate Experience Required:              3 to 5 years Salary Range:                          $54,000 to 66,933 The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) seeks to hire a full-time Executive Program […]


Design Trust for Public Space – 4 Fellowships, Deadline extended to July 5th!

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JULY 5TH! Full description is available at Unlocking the potential of NYC’s public spaces FUTURE CULTURE: CONNECTING STATEN ISLAND’S WATERFRON Apply for Four Fellowships in Participatory Art, Urban Design, Policy, Graphic Desig Design Trust and Staten Island Arts are partnering to […]

2016 Progressive Planning Magazine back issues Spring 2016 Table of Contents

Spring 2016: Fighting Displacement in Barcelona

The Seventh Generation Whither Progressive Planning? by Tom Angotti and Marie Kennedy Articles The Fight for Foote Homes: A peoples’ struggle to save public housing in Memphis, TN by Ken Reardon and Antonio Raciti Getting Outside the Supermarket Box: Alternatives […]

2016 Progressive Planning Magazine back issues Table of Contents Winter 2016

Winter 2016: Gender Equality in Planning

The Seventh Generation Endless Bad Zoning Decisions: The Welcome Wagon to Climate Change and the Failure of COP 21 by Dick Platkin ACSP Conference Houston 2015 Advocacy, Planning, and Land: How Climate Justice Changes Everything by Tom Angotti  Distinguished Planning […]


2nd International Symposium – New Metropolitan Perspectives, Italy, May 18-20, 2016

Conference: 2nd International Symposium – New Metropolitan Perspectives Where: Reggio Calabria, Italy When: 2016, 18-20 May website: Call for Papers: Abstract: The second edition of the “NEW METROPOLITAN PERSPECTIVES” International Symposium will be specifically dedicated to the main topic: “Strategic planning, […]

2015 Fall 2015 Progressive Planning Magazine back issues Table of Contents

Fall 2015: Detroit: It’s Not Blight vs. Development, It’s Race

The Seventh Generation Development in Detroit: We hope for better things; it shall rise from the ashes by Lisa Berglund Detroit Race, Regionalism and Reconciliation: Detroit Planning Fails the Three Rs by Peter J. Hammer What’s on the Surface: Aesthetic […]

2015 Progressive Planning Magazine back issues Summer 2015 Table of Contents

Summer 2015: Latin Americas, North and South

The Seventh Generation The Politics of Planning in Latin America and the Latino US by Samuel Stein, Clara Irazábal Latin Americas, North and South The Political Ecology Approach to Planning in a Global World: A Latin-American Perspective by Liliana Giraldo […]

2015 Progressive Planning Magazine back issues Spring 2015 Table of Contents

Spring 2015: Prisons, Policing and Planning

The Seventh Generation Black Lives Don’t Matter in APA’s Colorblind Planning: APA Rejected Legislative Policy Guide on Criminal Justice (111 KB) by Jeffrey S. Lowe Prisons, Policing and Planning: Making the Connections Visible (322 KB) by Sheryl-Ann Simpson Prisons, Policing […]