Class blog sites (content/images provided by students)
First Nature, Second Nature, City
Visualizing the Global/National/Local
Arts, Culture and Economic Development
the future of suburbia
arguments for/against planning
Moira Zellner & Scott Campbell, Planning with(in) Complexity: Pathways to Extend Collaborative Planning, Incremental Planning, and Big Data with Complex System Modeling, in HANDBOOK ON PLANNING AND COMPLEXITY (Gert de Roo, et al. eds., 2020).
The Planner's Triangle Revisited: Sustainability and the Evolution of a Planning Ideal That Can't Stand Still, Journal of the American Planning Association, 82-4, 388-397, 2016.
Planning for deep-rooted problems: What can we learn from aligning complex systems and wicked problems? Planning Theory & Practice 16(4), 2015. (with Moira Zellner)
Peter Hall Tours the Gunbelt (and Other Side Trips to the Legacies of Ebenezer Howard) Built Environment 41.1., 2015. pp. 52-62. (with Sabina Deitrick)
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
Studies in Planning: Comparative Advantages and the Problem of Generalization" .
Enduring Importance of National Capital Cities in the Global Era"
the Impetus for Regional Planning in the U.S.: Cooperation,
Coercion and Self-Interest" (co-authored with Phil D'Anieri)
Cities, Growing Cities, Just Cities? Urban Planning and the
Contradictions of Sustainable Development" .
also: view these urban photographs (taken by my daughter)
Older Resources (not recently updated)
"Education is not filling a bucket, but lighting a fire." – William Butler Yeats
"The paradox of education is precisely this - that as one begins to become conscious one begins to examine the society in which he is being educated." - James Baldwin