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
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
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"
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" .
list of recommended summer readings for students
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