Archive for October, 2013

  • Blogging the City

    Blogging the City

    The Society for American City and Regional Planning History  (SACRPH) held its biennial meeting in Toronto earlier this month.  I was delighted  to have been invited by SACRPH’s incoming president, Joe Heathcott (whom I first met courtesy of his appearance […]

  • Millennial Urbanology, 2013

    Millennial Urbanology, 2013

    Understanding the preferred tastes and desires of the particular demographic that contemporary urban placemakers most seek to attract—the Millennials—is one of the planning profession’s major preoccupations.  One of the advantages of teaching urban studies to a college audience is that […]