Figure 1: Khalil, a 25 year-old South Parkdale resident, locates his daily social experiences as part of a cognitive mapping exercise. Photo credit: Emma Clayton Jones.


On November 26, Toronto’s South Parkdale neighbourhood lost a McDonald’s. It only took a few minutes...

June 22, 2017

Sixth Annual Robert Fitch Memorial Lecture, April 27, 2017

LaGuardia Community College, City University of New York

DOUG HENWOOD:

Good afternoon, and welcome to the sixth annual Robert Fitch Memorial Lecture. When I gave the first, in March 2012, I was nervous there would...

December 8, 2016

As always, Peter Marcuse offers the kind of thought-provoking clarity we need to question the fundamental nature of planning. His thinking is refreshing in an insular field, in which many mainstream urban planners and scholars seem to believe that the response to almos...

November 2, 2016

In his inaugural article on this website, “What’s the Matter with ‘Good’ Planning?”, Peter Marcuse has once again provided readers with both a potent critique of contemporary planning practice and a set of thoughtful guidelines for a better urban future. He rightfully...

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UPCOMING EVENT
Planners Network and Progress City will be co-sponsoring a live webinar
"The Carceral State in Planning"
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Planners Network and Progress City co-sponsored a live webinar about the PN book Transformative Planning: Radical Alternatives to Neoliberal Urbanism hosted by publisher Black Rose Books.  Featuring Annette Koh, Edwin Quiles-Rodriguez and Silky Shah, and moderated by Progressive City and book editor Tom Angotti

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