#40 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

Recreating Community in a Central River Corridor: Politics, Participation, Planning & Design by a Local University
Barry Nocks, Clemson University Georgia Harrison, Clemson University

A Tale of Two Arkansas Cities
David Evan Glasser FAIA, University of Arkansas

Catalyst for Community Involvement
David H. Sachs, Kansas State University

Examining the Importance of Urban Pride in the Urban Design Process
Thomas H. Selland, University of Oklahoma

Educational Strategies for Livable Cities
Diane Pruneau and Joanne Langis, Université de Moncton

Does the Neighborhood Landscape Matter: Teaching Models for Neighborhood Planning & Design
Marcia McNally and Rachel Berney, University of California, Berkeley

Against the Décor of “Nomadic-Modernity”: Urban-Architectural Education within a Small Anatolian Town
Asst. Prof. Dr. Murat Çetin & Res. Assist. Gaye Birol, Balikesir University

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