eReports

Important contributions on selected topics, based on presentations given at International Making Cities Livable Conferences (1985 - present). Categories include Architecture, City Case Studies, Landscape Architecture, Planning, Public Health, Social Life in the City, Sustainability, Transportation Planning, Urban Design

#97 Urban Regeneration

Number of presentations – 6, including:

Achieving Healthier Cities Through Regeneration of Abandoned Monumental Buildings    (Paper and Slides)
Pier Francesco Cherchi, Professor, University of Cagliari, Cagliari, ITALY.

A Green Approach of Reducing and Eliminating Private Property Abandonment    (Paper and Slides)
Rex LaMore, Professor, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, USA.

Rapid Neighborhood Regeneration and the Challenges of Inclusion    (Paper and Slides)
Scott Sernau, Professor of Sociology, University of Indiana, South Bend, IN, USA.

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#96 New Urban Neighborhoods

Number of presentations – 5, including:

Redesigning a Dysfunctional Neighborhood to be Healthy    (Paper, Slides, and Video)
Ettore Mazzola, Architect & Urbanist, Professor, University of Notre Dame, Rome, ITALY.

Poundbury, a Sustainable New Urban Settlement    (Slides and Video)
Simon Conibear, Development Manager, Duchy of Cornwall, Poundbury, UK.

HAB Housing    (Slides and Video)
Kevin McCloud, MBE, HAB Housing, Bristol, UK 

$40.00
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#95 Civic Engagement for Healthy Cities

Number of presentations – 6, including:

Transforming Cities through Visioning    (Paper and Slides)
Anton C. Nelessen, Professor of Urban Planning and Founder of A. Nelessen Associates, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.

Developing a Shared Vision to help different professions communicate and work to a common goal: Experiences delivering shared space    (Paper and Slides)
David McKenna, Landscape Architect and Engineer, IBI Group, Liverpool, UK.

Shaping Healthier Neighbourhoods for Children     (Paper and Slides)
Laura McDonald, Health Development Officer, Inequalities Professional, Belfast Healthy Cities, Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND

$60.00
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#94 Fighting Climate Change through Sustainable Urban Design

Number of presentations – 10, including:

How 6 European cities and their 13 partners work together to reduce CO2 emissions and realize EU energy targets    (Paper and Slides)
Ivo Wenzler, Dr., Senior Principle and Associate Professor, Accenture and Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology, Delft, THE NETHERLANDS.

Beyond the Washington Beltway; Fighting Climate Change and Promoting Sustainability in America's Cities    (Paper and Slides)
Hugh Atkinson, Dr. London South Bank University, London, UK.     

Cities and Systems – Urban Livability and the Zofnass Tools for Sustainable Infrastructure    (Paper and Slides)
Rick Phillips, RA, AICP, Director of Urban Design, Northern California, HNTB Corporation, Emeryville, CA, USA.

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#89 Defining Livable Cities

Number of presentations – 11, including:

Remembering Henry Lennard. A Lesson from Venice    (Video)
Edoardo Salzano, Emeritus Professor & Dean of Urban Planner, Venice University, Former Assessori di Urbanistica, Venice, ITALY

Principles for Achieving Green, Healthy Cities    (Paper, Slides, and Video)
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Ph.D.(Arch.), Co-founder and Director, International Making Cities Livable Conference, Portland, OR 

Making Bristol Green and Healthy for All    (Slides and Video)
Mayor George Ferguson, CBE, PRIBA, RWA, City of Bristol, UK

$80.00
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#87 Healthy Neighborhoods: Communities Define their Needs

Number of presentations – 6, including:


Promoting Health Equity through Community Based Participatory Research     (Paper and Slides)
Eileen M. Brennan, Research Professor of Social Work, Regional Research Institute for Human Services, and Ryan Bender, Ph.D. student, Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA,       

How Does Urban Transformation Impact on Place Attachment and Residential Satisfaction? Insights from a Swiss Case Study     (Paper and Slides)
Timo von Wirth, Research Scientist, ETH Zurich, Natural and Social Science Interface (NSSI), Zurich, SWITZERLAND.  

Building Academia-Community-Government Partnerships for Civic Engagement and Sustainability      (Paper and Slides)
Dayana Salazar, Professor, and Hilary Nixon, Professor, San Jose State University, Urban and Regional Planning Department, San Jose, CA, USA.      

Livability and LEED-ND: A Social Critique  (Paper and Slides)
Nicola Szibbo, Ph.D. Candidate, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA.

 “Through Their Eyes” – Intergenerational Projects to Generate Community Participation and Make Neighborhoods Healthy for All   (Paper and Slides)
Paula Gardner, Assistant Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON, CANADA.

Innovative Community Engagement with Mobile Apps (Paper and Slides)
Thomas Coleman, Senior Planner and Innovation and Technology Manager, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Chicago, IL, USA, and Aaron Selverston, Founder/CEO, Visualization/Civic Engagement, San Francisco, CA, USA.          


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#84 Shaping the Healthy City for All

Number of presentations - 11, including:
 

Happy City (Slides)
Charles Montgomery, Author, Vancouver, BC, CANADA.

Shaping the Healthy City for All  (Paper and Slides)
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Ph.D. (Arch.), Co-founder and Director, International Making Cities Livable LLC, Portland, OR, USA.    

Lifetime Communities  (Slides)
Phil Stafford, Ph.D., Director, Center on Aging and Community, Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA.

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#83 Health, Equity and the Built Environment

Number of presentations - 8, including:
 

Achieving Neighborhood Health Equity (Slides)
Richard J. Jackson, MD, MPH, Professor, Chair, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA.           

Health Impact Assessment (Slides)
Andrew L. Dannenberg, Affiliate Professor, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences and Urban Design and Planning, School of Public Health, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA.        

Making Cities Healthy for All: Strategic Planning Policy (Slides)
Andrew Wheeler, Researcher, Healthy Built Environments Program, City Futures Research Centre, Faculty of the Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA.     

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#82 Reshaping Suburbia - Case Studies

Number of presentations - 16, including:
 

Creating Healthy Suburban Neighborhoods: Freiburg, Germany (Slides) Sven von Ungern-Sternberg, former Freiburg Mayor and Governor, State of Süd-Baden, Freiburg, GERMANY

Proposal for Urban Regeneration of the Suburb ZEN, Palermo, Italy (Paper and Slides) Ettore Maria Mazzola, Professor of Traditional Urbanism, Architecture and Building Techniques, The University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, Rome, ITALY

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#81 Health and Suburban Form

Number of presentations - 12 - including:

Healthier Living Through Design (Slides, Paper and Audio) Richard J. Jackson, MD MPH, Professor, Chair, Dept. of Environmental Sciences, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Principles For Reshaping Suburbia (Slides and Paper) Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Ph.D.(Arch.), Co-founder and Director, International Making Cities Livable Conferences, Portland, OR

Retrofitting Suburbia (Slides, Paper and Audio) Ellen-Dunham-Jones, AIA, Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, Georgia Tech School of Architecture, Atlanta, GA

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#79 Community Involvement in Neighborhood Planning

Number of presentations - 10, including:
 

The HUD Choice Neighborhoods Program in Action (Slides and Paper) Adam Rosa, Senior Associate, Camiros, Ltd, Chicago, IL

City of Hamilton’s Neighborhood Action Strategy (Slides and Paper) Suzanne Brown, Manager, Neighbourhood Development Strategies, Hamilton, ON, CANADA

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#78 Integrating Public Health and Planning

Number of presentations - 8, including:
 

Transforming Healthy Communities: Sonoma Health Action (Slides and Paper) Peter Rumble, Director of Health Policy, Planning and Evaluation, Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, CA

Healthy Toronto by Design: The Role of Public Health in Shaping a Healthy City (Slides and Paper) David McKeown, Medical Officer of Health, Toronto Public Health, Toronto, CANADA

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#76 Planning for Parks and Incidental Green Spaces

Number of presentations - 8, including:
 

Planning and Design of Sustainable Urban Parks: a Methodology and Two Case Studies in Vancouver and Melbourne (Paper and Slides) Patricia Rios Cabello, PhD student, Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Querétaro, MEXICO

Partnerships and Park Design for Healthy Communities (Paper and Slides) Bianca Shulaker, Student (and Research Coordinator), University of Southern California (and The Trust for Public Land), San Mateo, CA

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#75 Ensuring Equitable Communities

Number of presentations - 7, including:
 

Social Justice and the Obesity Crisis (Paper) Melvin Delgado, Ph.D., Professor of Social Work & Chair of Macro-Practice, Boston University School of Social Work, Boston, MA

Health Equity for Displaced Citizens (Paper) Courtney Anderson, Assistant Professor, Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta, GA

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#73 Healthy Planning & Urban Design: International Perspectives

Number of presentations - 11 - including:

Urban Regeneration of a Suburban District: Corviale, Rome (Paper and Slides)
Ettore Maria Mazzola, Professor of Traditional Urbanism, Architecture & Building Techniques, The University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, Rome, ITALY

Mixed-Income Housing within a TOD (Paper and Slides)
Jason Graf, ASLA, Crandall Arambula, Portland, OR, USA

Eco-TOD: Creating Sustainable Transit Villages (Paper and Slides)
James Hencke, ASLA, LEED AP, PB’s PlaceMaking Group, Portland, OR, USA

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#70 Public Space & Social Life

Number of presentations - 6, including:
 

Health, Social Connectedness & the Built Environment (Paper and Slides)
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Ph.D.(Arch.), Director, International Making Cities Livable Council, Portland, OR, USA

Restoring Ecuador’s Historic Plazas for Social Integration (Paper and Slides)
Jacobo Herdoiza, Coordinator, The Urban Heritage Project, Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Quito, ECUADOR

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#68 Public Health & Planning Collaborate

Number of presentations - 12, including:
 

Health Impact Assessment (Slides)
Andrew Dannenberg, MD, MPH, Professor, School of Public Health, University of Washington,  Seattle, WA, USA

Healthy Design of Communities: Lessons Learned in Developing Healthy Planning Policy and Local “How-to” Guide” (Paper and Slides)
Lou K. Brewer, RN, MPH, Director, Tarrant County Public Health, Fort Worth, TX, USA

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#66 Principles for Planning Healthy Communities

Number of presentations - 6, including:
 

America’s Second Language: Framing for Social Change (Slides)
Lawrence Wallack, Dean, College of Urban and Public Affairs, Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA

Designing Healthy Communities (Slides)
Richard J. Jackson, MD, MPH, Chair, Dept. of Environmental Health Sciences, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA

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#65 Planning and Urban Design Challenges

Planning and Urban Design Challenges

Number of papers - 6, including:
 

The Slum: Coming to a Suburb Near You?
Tom Martineau, RA, NCARB, LEED AP, President, Productivity House, Inc.
Professor Emeritus of Architecture, Florida A & M University, Tallahassee, FL

Waterfront Development in a Small Town Hurricane-prone Louisiana
Thomas C. Sammons, Professor, Director, Community Design Workshop, School of Architecture & Design,
University of Louisiana at Lafayette, LA

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#64 Children and Youth Participate in Planning

Children and Youth Participate in Planning

Number of papers - 5, including:
 

It Takes A Child to Walk a Village: Youth Partners for Safe Routes to School
Candance Lee Kokinakis Ph.D., Senior Director, Safe Routes to School, Michigan
Physical Fitness, Health, and Sports Foundation, Lansing, MI

Engaging San Diego Youth to Assess Neighborhoods and Advocate for Policy/environmental Change
Cheryl Moder, Director, San Diego County Childhood Obesity Initiative, San
Diego, CA

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#58 Health and the Built Environment

Health and the Built Environment

Number of papers - 11, including:
 

The Challenge
Suzanne Crowhurst Lennard, Director, IMCL Council, Portland, OR

Codes Red, White and Blue
Richard J. Jackson, MD MPH, Professor, Chair, Dept. of Environmental Health Sciences, UCLA.

Social Life, Health and the Built Environment
Suzanne Crowhurst Lennard, Director, IMCL Council, Portland, OR

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#57 Sustainability Issues

Number of papers - 11, including:
 

The City as Garden: A Study of the Sustainable Urban District of Kronsberg (Hannover), Germany
Gary Coates, Professor, Dept. of Architecture, Kansas State University

Regenerative Landscapes in China
Michael Grove, ASLA, Sasaki Associates

What Can We Learn from the Newest Dutch City? Creative Urban Design and Planning in Almere New City, The Netherlands
Mirela Newman, Assoc. Professor of Urban Studies, S. Connecticut S.U.

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#56 Planning Child-Friendly Neighborhoods and Cities

Planning Child-Friendly Neighborhoods and Cities

Number of papers - 9, including:
 

Strategy for a Healthy (and Sustainable) City
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Director, IMCL Council

“Being 5”: Young Children, Space, Place, and Belonging. A framework for designing spaces for children
Karen L. Peterson, Vancouver, WA

Child in the City: Building Vital Downtowns
Susan Goltsman, FAICP, MIG, Inc., Berkeley, CA

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#55 Planning the Healthy City

Planning the Healthy City

Number of papers - 12, including:
 

The Healthy Communities Agenda: How We Can Work Together
Richard J. Jackson, Professor & Chair, Environmental Health Sciences, UCLA School of Public Health

Fighting Obesity with Patterns of Place-Making: the SLIM DOWNtown Project in Manhattan, KS
Susanne Siepl-Coates, Dept. of Architecture, Kansas State University

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#52 Health & the Built Environment

Health & the Built Environment

Number of papers - 8, including:
 

Active Living Enabled by Outdoor Environments
Lamine Mahdjoubi, Faculty of the Built Environment, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

A New Mixed Use Project in “The Hometown Plan” of South Miami, FL
Jason Chandler, Florida International University

Creating a Successful Mixed Use Livable Community: Columbus Center in Boston Proper
David Hancock, Principal, CBT Architects, Boston, MA

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#51 New & Traditional Designs for Mixed Use

New & Traditional Designs for Mixed Use

Number of papers - 10, including:
 

Strategies of Urban Renaissance: the Mixed Use Neighborhood
Gabriele Tagliaventi, University of Ferrara, Italy

A New Mixed Use Project in “The Hometown Plan” of South Miami, FL
Jason Chandler, Florida International University

Creating a Successful Mixed Use Livable Community: Columbus Center in Boston Proper
David Hancock, Principal, CBT Architects, Boston, MA

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#50 Design & Use of Urban Squares

Design & Use of Urban Squares

Number of papers - 7, including:
 

Urban Places & Democratic Dialogue
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Director, International Making Cities Livable Conferences

European Square & its Significance for the Revival of Contemporary Urban Design
Tigran Hasic, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm

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#49 City Planning in China

City Planning in China

Number of papers - 8, including:
 

China’s Cities, Growth Management & Sustainable Development
Edward H. Ziegler, Professor of Law, University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Ecological Community Planning in Yue Qing City
Prof. Qin Li, Dean, & Hong Li, Lecturer, College of Architecture & Civil Engineering, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, P. R. China

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#48 Social & Physical Health & the Built Environment

Social & Physical Health & the Built Environment

Number of papers - 11, including:
 

If Walls Could Talk
Theodore R. Sarbin, Professor of Psychology & Criminology, (Em.) University of California, Santa Cruz

Healthy Environments for Social Development
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Ph.D.(Arch.), Director, International Making Cities Livable Conferences, Carmel, CA

Creating Alternatives to the Consumer Landscape
Andy Kirby, Graduate Center of the City University of New York

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#47 Sustainable Cities & Regions

Sustainable Cities & Regions

Number of papers - 11, including:
 

Environmentalism & the Reinvigoration of Civic Purpose
Norman Crowe, Professor, School of Architecture, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

The New Sustainability
Gord C. Steeves, City of Winnipeg Councillor, Chair, Civic Environmental Committee Chair, Committee on Public Works Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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#44 The Healthy Community & the Built Environment

The Healthy Community & the Built Environment

Number of papers - 5, including:

Built Environment & Physical and Mental Health
Henry L. Lennard & Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, IMCL Council, Carmel, CA, USA

Health, Urban Design & Public Policy
Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore, College of Social Science, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA; and Jodi Summers Holtrop, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA; and Sissi P. Bruch, Landscape Architecture, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA

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#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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#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

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#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

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#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

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#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

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#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

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#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

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#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

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#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
 

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#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

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#24 Sense of Place

Sense of Place

Number of papers - 7, including:

 

The Preservation of Social Landmarks
Jean Gath

Architecture & Context: A Collaboration in Time & Place
Nate Krug

Memorable Streets
Zhalid Z. Imam & John L. Motloch

Streetscape Design Projects: A Sense of Place
Ronald Schmitt

Rittenhouse Square: A Model of Place-Making
Elizabeth C. Masters

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#23 Waterfront Development

Waterfront Development

Number of papers - 8, including:

 
Thea Foss Waterway: Applying Urban Design Principles in Waterfront Development
Ray E. Corpuz, Jr., City of Tacoma, WA
 
South Bank Brisbane. A Model for Successful Riverfront Redevelopment
Michael Kerry, South Bank Corp., Brisbane, Australia
 
The Working River: The Redevelopment and Livability of the Fraser Lands, Vancouver, British Columbia
Allison Meistrich, Vancouver, Canada
 

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#21 The Virtual City

The Virtual City

Number of papers - 5, including:
 
Urbanism and Dis-Urbanism: the Impact of Information Technology on the Construction of Place
Micha Bandini
 
Commercial Enterprise, Virtual Reality or the Concrete, Real City?
Gabriele Steffen
 
The New Reality: Media Technology and Urban Fortress
Udo Greinacher
 

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#19 Reclaiming the Public Realm

Reclaiming the Public Realm

Number of papers - 8, including:

 
Reconquering Public Space: Towards the Livable City
Dietrich Garbrecht
 
The Assault on the Street
John M. McGuire
 
Making Streets into Places
John Minette
 
Making Streets Public Again
Joseph Mangiamele
 
Experiments in the Public Realm
Jeffrey Hannigan
 

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#17 Teaching the Livable City

Teaching the Livable City

Number of papers - 6, including:

 
Teaching the City: A Model for Architectural Education
Matthew J. Bell and Brian P. Kelly
 
Neo-traditional Housing in Traditional Cities
Peter Keyes and Maria Christina Gurucharri
 
Urban Architecture of Limits: Responsive Incremental Development
M. Quale, R. Walkey and W. W. Wood
 

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#15 Waterfront Design

Waterfront Design

Number of papers - 5, including:
 
Reclaiming the Waterfront Through Urban Design Guidelines Case Study of the Chicago River Urban Design Guidelines
Marcel C. Acosta
 
Urban Design as Public Policy: Integrating Planning, Design, Programming and Fundraising
Carl V. Patton and Lawrence P. Witzling
 
East Cambridge Riverfront Project
Dennis Carlone
 

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#14 Small Town Revitalization

Small Town Revitalization

Number of papers - 5, including:

 
Effectiveness of the Main Street Program in Evaluating Success
Claudia Goetz Gettelson
 
The Revitalization of the Georgia Small City
James B. Kenyon
 
Smyrna, Georgia: A Town Center Created by a Shift in Community Values
Michael M. Sizemore
 

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#12 Urban Growth Controls

Urban Growth Controls

Number of papers - 8, including:

 
Meeting the Challenge of Growth Management
Norris V. Bacho
 
Santa Barbara's Growth Management: Reaching Consensus Through Public Participation
David D. Davis, Terilynn Langsev, and Kelly Knappe
 
Sustainable Development: Existing in Harmony with the Environment
Jim Ryan
 

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#11 New Town Development

New Town Development

Number of papers - 10, including:
 
Seeking an Alternative to Suburban Inefficiency
Todd Zimmerman
 
The Neo-Traditional Village Concept
Peter H. Brown
 
Social Interaction via 21st Century Housing
Victor A. Mirontschuk
 
A Developer's Village Commitment
Chris Gigliotti, Jr.
 
Re-Affirmation of the European Model
Laurie Volk
 

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#10 Recreating the City Center

Recreating the City Center

Number of papers - 10, including:

Village in the City Mixed Use 
Donald MacDonald

Downtown Revitalization, Mountain View, California 
Ken Alsman

The Redevelopment and Use of Upper Level Space in Restored Downtown Districts
Richard Nashner

The Grove and the Parking Structure
D. Nels Reese

The Re-establishment of the Town Center
Donna Woodrum Dunay

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#9 City Case Studies

City Case Studies

Number of papers - 10, including:

Chattanooga, Tennessee
Gianni Longo

Portland’s Central City Plan
Michael S. Harrison

Montreal’s Downtown Plan - A Critique
Joseph Baker

Edinburgh — The Festival City: A Study of Spatial Development
John M. McGuire, Jr.

Behind the Headlines: Making Belfast Livable
John Hendry

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#5 Community Participation

Community Participation

Number of papers - 11, including:

The Evolution of Community Participation                   
Gianni Longo

Chattanooga Venture
Jim Hassinger

Only People can Build Community                   
John F.C. Turner

Community Architecture         
Rod Hackney

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#4 Affordable Housing

Affordable Housing

Number of papers - 8, including:

Creating Affordable Housing
Jaques Kaswan, President, Urban Alternatives

Housing Low-Income Persons Through Use of Existing Housing Stock
Susan M. Vanhorenbeck

Charleston’s Scattered Site Infill Housing
Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr.

The Origins of Scattered Site Housing
James B. Hogan

Affordable Housing Through Community Architecture
Rod Hackney

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