#27 New Urbanism

New Urbanism

Number of papers - 8, including:

Transnational Synergies in Urban Globalization. The New Urbanism & Informal Urbanism
Hector Fernando Burga, Architect, Washington DC

The New Urbanism-Public Transit Linkage
David O. Rafter, AICP, Professor, Urban & Regional Studies Institute, Mankato State University, Mankato, MN

An Honest to Goodness Town
John C. Henry, AIA, Architect, Orlando, FL


#28 Sustainable Urban Development

Sustainable Urban Development

Number of papers - 10, including:
The Long Road to Sustainable Development at the Local Level – Experiences from a German City
Dr. Dietmar Hahlweg, Former Lord Mayor of Erlangen, Germany
Towards the Global Commons
Philip Enquist, Planning Partner, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago, IL


#29 Rediscovery of Public Space

Rediscovery of Public Space

Number of papers - 8, including:

Why Cities Need Squares
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard

Neglected Living Space in Our Cities. Do we still need public spaces?
Klaus Semsroth

Squares in the City – Beloved, Forgotten, Rediscovered
Peter Breitling

The Renaissance of Public Squares in Northern European City Centres
Dr. Bob Giddings


#30 Making Cities Livable for Children

Making Cities Livable for Children

Number of papers - 14, including:

Urban Design & Children in the City
Henry L. Lennard and Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard

The “Our Town” Project. Urban Design and Classroom Practice
Claire B. Gallagher

Effects of the Built Environment on Children
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard  and Henry L. Lennard

Areas of Experience for Children on Rivers
Heinz Patt


#33 Creating Livable Downtowns

Creating Livable Downtowns

Number of papers - 13, including:

Pedals & Palaver Parks
Joe E. Martignago, Kamloops, BC

The Curse of the Colonnade: A Case Study of Georgian Bath
Bruce Yoell, Bath, UK

Creating Livable Downtowns: Paseo Colorado, California
Stanton Eckstut, New York, NY, USA

Strategic Redevelopment Plan, Madison, WI
Ed Freer, Madison, WI, USA


#36 Enlivening the City

Enlivening the City

Number of papers - 6, including:

A Carousel for Missoula
Geoff Badenoch, Missoula, MT

Festivals, Creativity & Social Capital
Fred Clipsham, Regina, Canada

Artful Performance through Interaction
Richard J. Flierl, Brett Wylie, ark Schnell, Atlanta, GA, USA

The Asheville Urban Trail Story
Hojun Welker, Asheville, NC, USA


#40 Educational Models for the Livable City

Educational Models for the Livable City

Number of papers - 10, including:

Reading the City: an approach to teaching urbanism in architectural education
Madlen Simon, Kansas State University

Teaching Space: The Place of Urban Space in Architectural Education
Melissa Weese Goodill, University of Maryland

Learning from Learning: Teaching Urbanism in an Era of Sprawl
Gretchen Schneider, University of Kentucky


#41 Reconstructing Urban Neighborhoods

Reconstructing Urban Neighborhoods

Number of papers - 11, including:

Redeveloping High Crime Residential Districts
Daniel L. Faoro, Associate Professor, College of Architecture, Art, & Design, and Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI

Developing a College & Its Neighborhood: Edward Waters College, Jacksonville, FL
Tom Martineau, Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL

Mixed Use: Reshaping the Suburbs
Frank Hyde, Sandy & Babcock International


#42 Community Participation in Planning

Community Participation in Planning

Number of papers - 10, including:

Community-Oriented Planning in the Charlottesville, VA Region
Chris Sinclair, Kenneth Schwartz, Kathleen Galvin, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Community Participation in Planning: From Moscow, Russia to Rocky Mountain Region, USA
Olga Mikhailova, City of Lakewood, CO

Creating Inclusive Partnerships: Downtown Delray Beach Master Plan
Paul Dorling, Diane Dominguez, Jeff Perlman, et al. Delray Beach, FL


#43 Traditional Town Planning & Architecture

Traditional Town Planning & Architecture

Number of papers - 10, including:

The Case for Traditional Architecture & Urbanism
Michael Lykoudis, Dean, School of Architecture, University of Notre Dame, IN

Lessons from Georgian Urbanism
Richard Economakis, Associate Professor, School of Architecture, University of Notre Dame, IN

Strategies of Urban Renaissance: The Mixed-Use Neighborhood
Gabriele Tagliaventi, University of Ferrara, ITALY

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