Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space

"A community’s physical form, rather than its land uses, is its most intrinsic and enduring characteristic." [Katz, EPA] This blog focuses on place and placemaking and all that makes it work--historic preservation, urban design, transportation, asset-based community development, arts & cultural development, commercial district revitalization, tourism & destination development, and quality of life advocacy--along with doses of civic engagement and good governance watchdogging.

Friday, March 13, 2015

(Open access to) Special issue of Built Environment journal on Sir Peter Hall, British planner-author-professor

From the H-URBAN e-list:

Table of contents: Built Environment 41:1 -- Professor Sir Peter Hall

Peter Hall, who died in July 2014, edited Built Environment for almost four decades. In this special issue of the journal, available worldwide with Open Access via Ingentaconnect, former PhD students and collaborators from the LSE, Reading, Berkeley and UCL join forces to celebrate the man and his remarkable legacies to history, geography and city planning.

Michael Hebbert (guest editor)  Professor Sir Peter Hall: Role Model pp. 5-8(4)

John Goddard, Building Bridges between Economic Geography and City and Regional Planning: Office Location in London and the South East in the 1960s pp. 9-16(8)

Peter Williams, Housing, Planning and Peter Hall: Unfinished Business pp. 17-27(11)

Ray Wyatt, Sir Peter Hall: A Humane, Urban Polymath pp. 28-45(18)

Amy Glasmeier, Elastic Peter pp. 46-51(6)

Sabina Deitrick and Scott Campbell, Peter Hall Tours the Gunbelt (and Other Side Trips to the Legacies of Ebenezer Howard) pp. 52-62(11)

Marc Weiss and Erica Schoenberger, Peter Hall and the Western Urban and Regional Collective at the University of California, Berkeley pp. 63-77(15)

Yuko Aoyama, Sir Peter Hall: From Kondratieff Waves to the Soul of the Delta pp.78-87 (10)

Nick Green, A Relationship of Ideas pp. 87-98 (12)

Basak Demires Ozkul, Von Thünen Revisited pp. 99-111(13)

Chia-Lin Chen, Peter Hall: Inspirer and Innovator of Railways and Regions pp. 112-128(17)

Ann Rudkin, Peter Hall: The Man Who Flew to Australia and Back [Almost] the Following Day pp. 129-134(6)



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