Best Postgraduate Planning History Paper

IPHS awards the best Postgraduate Planning History Paper presented at an IPHS Conference. Papers must be solely authored by the postgraduate student and entrants must register and attend the conference. Students enrolled in a master’s by coursework or research or in a doctorate are eligible for the award.

The Best Postgraduate Planning History Paper Prize Committee members are:
Prof. Dirk Schubert, HafenCity Universität Hamburg, Germany (Chair);
Prof. Nuran Zeren Gulersoy, Istanbul Teknik Üniversitesi, Turkey;
Prof. Renato Leão Rego, Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Brazil.

 

Awarded papers

2016

Best postgraduate student paper presented at the 2016 Delft conference:

Eom, Sujin. ‘The Mayor Conference Project: The Making of the Modern City During the Cold War’.

 

2014

Best postgraduate student paper presented at the 2014 St. Augustine conference:

Bender, Helena. ‘Buenos Aires and the Modern City through Antonio Bonet Castellana’s Urban Proposal: the Plan for Barrio Sur, 1956’. (Published in Planning Perspectives, 30 (3), 2015, 447-462).

 

2012

Best postgraduate student paper presented at the 2012 São Paulo conference:

Levy, Aiala. ‘Stages of a State: From São Paulo’s Teatro São José to the Teatro Municipal, 1854 – 1911’. (Published in Planning Perspectives, 28 (3), 2013, 461-475). 

 

2010

Best postgraduate student paper presented at the 2010 Istanbul conference:

Omolo-Okalebo, Frederick. ‘Two Cities in One: The Genesis, Planning and Transformation of Kampala City, 1903-1968’.

 

2008

Best postgraduate student paper presented at the 2008 Chicago conference:

James, Ryan. ‘From “Slum Clearance” to “Revitalization”: Planning, Expertise, and Moral Regulation in Toronto’s Regent Park’.

 

2006

Best postgraduate student paper presented at the 2006 New Delhi conference:

Urushima, Andrea Yuri Flores. ‘Uzo Nishiyama’s Proposals for a Planned Urban Expansion of Japanese Cities.’

 

2004

Best postgraduate student paper presented at the 2004 Barcelona conference:

Short, Michael. ‘Regulating the Impact of Proposals for New Tall Buildings on the Built Heritage‘.