Scott D. Campbell       full version | mobile version
Associate Professor, Urban Planning Program (MUPPh.D.)
College of Architecture + Urban PlanningUniversity of Michigan
2000 Bonisteel Blvd., Ann Arbor MI 48109-2069
sdcamp@umich.edu
2225C A&AB • (734) 763-2077 ~ 763-2322 (fax)
office hours sign-up page (2225C A&AB)
information on applying to the Ph.D. Program

Academic Resources
new student FAQs: for MUP
research tools
PhD student ctools resources (authentication required)
writing, citations & academic integrity ·
master's thesis / professional project guidelines
creating web pages
use & abuse of powerpoint
creating effective tables & graphs
planning history timeline

   


updated: Wednesday, April 16, 2014

 
Winter 2014

UP538 economic development planning    up532 sustainable development

 

Fall 2014

up540 planning theory    up650 advanced urban theory 

 

other courses

 UP523 regional planning

past courses

  up539 methods of economic development planning    up504 quantitative planning methods

all CAUP architecture and planning courses    

 

Class blog sites (content/images provided by students)
First Nature, Second Nature, City
Visualizing the Global/National/Local
public spaces
the future of suburbia
arguments for/against planning

Selected Research
Sustainable Development and Social Justice:  Conflicting Urgencies and the Search for Common Ground in Urban and Regional Planning (Michigan Journal of Sustainability, Vol 1, 2013)
"Free-marketers on the way up but planning interventionists on the way down? Economic crisis and planning’s rescue narrative from the Great Depression to the Crash of 2008-9" paper presented at 2009 ACSP conference.
Megaregions and Sustainability,” in Megaregions: Planning for Global Competitiveness, Catherine Ross (ed), Island Press, 2009
Readings in Planning Theory + Readings in Urban Theory, both co-edited with Susan S. Fainstein. Blackwell (2nd edition).
"Is 'Progress' No Longer Progressive? Reclaiming the Ideology of Progress in Planning"
"Case Studies in Planning: Comparative Advantages and the Problem of Generalization" .
"The Enduring Importance of National Capital Cities in the Global Era"
"Unpacking the Impetus for Regional Planning in the U.S.:  Cooperation, Coercion and Self-Interest" (co-authored with Phil D'Anieri)
"Green Cities, Growing Cities, Just Cities?  Urban Planning and the Contradictions of Sustainable Development" .

list of recommended summer readings for students

also: view these urban photographs (taken by my daughter)

Resources

planning history timeline    PhD program    writing        FAQ for MUP students 2011

Older Resources (not recently updated)

       Detroit resources    UP538 economic development handbook    Urban and Regional Research Collaborative (URRC) working paper series

"Education is not filling a bucket, but lighting a fire." – William Butler Yeats