Projections 8: Justice, Equity, and Sustainability

Submitted by Ezra Glenn on Thu, 11/14/2013 - 3:39pm

Projections is the peer-reviewed MIT Journal of Planning that focuses on the most innovative and cutting-edge ideas and practices in planning. Each issue is devoted to a specific area of interest to planning scholars and professionals. It aims at publishing high quality research papers, reflective studies, and case studies on the specific theme of each issue.

Projections 7: Institutional Innovations for Development

Submitted by Ezra Glenn on Thu, 11/14/2013 - 3:37pm

Projections is the peer-reviewed MIT Journal of Planning that focuses on the most innovative and cutting-edge ideas and practices in planning. Each issue is devoted to a specific area of interest to planning scholars and professionals. It aims at publishing high quality research papers, reflective studies, and case studies on the specific theme of each issue.

Volume 7 Editors: Rajendra Kumar, Anjali Mahendra, and Georgeta Vidican

Projections 6: Mismatched Boundaries

Submitted by Ezra Glenn on Thu, 11/14/2013 - 3:35pm

Projections, the Journal of the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, focuses on innovative and cutting edge research in planning. Each volume is devoted to a different topic of interest to planning scholars, students, and professionals. As a peer-reviewed publication, Projections welcomes original high quality submissions at the vanguard of planning theory and practice.

Projections 5: Planning China

Submitted by Ezra Glenn on Thu, 11/14/2013 - 3:28pm

Projections, the Journal of the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, focuses on the most innovative and cutting edge research in planning. Each volume is devoted to a different topic of interest to planning scholars, students, and professionals. As a peer-reviewed publication, Projections welcomes original high quality submissions at the vanguard of planning theory and practice.

Projections 9: Planning for Sustainable Transportation: an International Perspective

Submitted by Ezra Glenn on Wed, 11/06/2013 - 3:27pm

 

Volume 9: Planning for Sustainable Transportation: an International Perspective

 

Projections, the Journal of the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, focuses on the most innovative and cutting edge research in planning. Each volume is devoted to a different topic of interest to planning scholars, students, and professionals. As a peer-reviewed publication, Projections welcomes original high quality submissions at the vanguard of planning theory and practice.

 

Gaoming Urban Planning Studio (2005)

Submitted by Sandra Elliott on Wed, 09/18/2013 - 11:51am

In the spring of 2005, an urban planning studio at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's School of Architecture and Planning examined the future of Gaoming. This studio, sponsored by the Esquel Group, is one of a series of domestic and international studios and workshops carried out by MIT's City Design and Development group. These studios investigate current urban planning and city design issues in a dynamic setting. In recent years, these studios have put forward ideas for areas and sites in Boston, Washington D.C., Chile, Singapore, England, and Spain among others. 

The Secure City: the Perception and Design of Public Space Post 9/11

The events of 9/11 and the continued fear of terrorism have caused the federal government, many cities, and private building owners to rethink issues of public accessibility, open space design and perimeter building protection.  Our public realm is changing in major and minor ways through both incremental steps and revolutionary actions.  Who is making design decisions about our public space and security?  What are the motivations for these changes?  What does the new, secure public realm of Boston look like?  Susan Silberberg explored the actors,

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