Planning Perspectives 33.1 TOC

Table of Contents for January 2018 issue of Planning Perspectives

Volume 33, Issue 1

by John R. Gold and Margaret Gold

 

Editorial

Editorial
John R. Gold and Margaret M. Gold

 

Articles

From Greater London to Greater Valencia: a case of British influence on regional planning and neighbourhood units in Spain (1939–1952)

Juan Ramón Selva Royo and Nuño Mardones Fernández de Valderrama

 

Debates on urban reconstruction through reclamation of traditional water scenery in 1940s Tokyo

Junichi Hasegawa

 

The Royal Fine Art Commission and 75 years of English design review: the first 60 years, 1924–1984

Matthew Carmona and Andrew Renninger

 

‘Baltimore does not condone profiteering in squalor’: the Baltimore Plan and the problem of housing-code enforcement in an American city

Emily Lieb

 

The history of planning for Kowloon City

Lawrence W. C. Lai and Mark Hansley Chua

 

IPHS section

Planning history research in China: past, present, and future

Bing Zhang and Wan Liu

 

Inventing Grand Paris: metropolitan planning history and its valorization

Clément Orillard

 

The Global Urban History Project

Carl Nightingale

 

Awards

 

Book Reviews

Roaring metropolis: businessman’s campaign for a civic welfare state

Tracy Steffes

 

Urban visions: from urban planning culture to landscape urbanism

Stephen J. Ramos

 

Borgate romane. Storia e forma urbana [The borgate of Rome: history and urban form]

Filippo De Pieri

 

Outskirts. Living life on the edge of the green belt

Matthew Kelly

 

Encounters in planning thought: 16 autobiographical essays from key thinkers in spatial planning

Stephen Nepa

 

Community architect: the life and vision of Clarence S. Stein

Daphne Spain

 

City of refuge: separatists and utopian town planning

Janet R. White

 

Starchitecture. Scenes, actors, and spectacles in contemporary cities

Francesco Zuddas

 

The geopolitics of real estate: reconfiguring property, capital and rights

Desiree Fields and Alan Wiig

 

Amnesiopolis

Kimberly Elman Zarecor

 

The architecture of neoliberalism: how contemporary architecture became an instrument of control and compliance

Leslie Sklair

 

Corrigenda

Corrigendum

Corrigendum