Planning Perspectives 35.3 TOC

Table of Contents for June 2020 issue of Planning Perspectives

Volume 35, Issue 3

by John R. Gold and Margaret Gold


Cities and memory: a history of the role of memorials in urban design from the Renaissance to Canberra
Quentin Stevens

The ‘desiccator difficulty’: surprise, indignation and the local politics of planning for sanitary technology in nineteenth century Melbourne
Elizabeth Jean Taylor

Regional cities: international references in Brazilian regional planning in the 1950s and 1960s
Gislaine Elizete Beloto

Kuy-e Narmak (1952–1958): the growth and change of an urban community in Tehran
Mohamad Sedighi & Nelson Mota

Whose master plan? Kisho Kurokawa and ‘capital planning’ in post-Soviet Astana, 1995–2000
Nari Shelekpayev

Shankland and Cox at Cergy-Pontoise. Passing on British town planning working practices in France
Anne Portnoï



An infrastructure of light and darkness: in visual conversation with Baudouin Mouanda
Liora Bigon

8th PNUM conference, Maringá, Brazil, 21–23 August 2019
Renato Leão Rego



Contested City: Art and Public History as Meditation at New York’s Seward Park Urban Renewal Area
by Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2018, 234 pp., US$50 (paperback)

Karilyn Crockett

Lizabeth Cohen, Saving America’s Cities: Ed Logue and the Struggle to Renew Urban America in the Suburban Age
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2019, 547 pp., US$22 (paperback), ISBN 978-1250758019

David Hochfelder

Seismic City: An Environmental History of San Francisco’s 1906 Earthquake
by Joanna L. Dyl, Seattle, University of Washington Press, 2017, 376 pp., US$24.95 (paperback)

Pollyanna Rhee

The closet and the cul-de-sac: the politics of sexual privacy in Northern California
by Clayton Howard, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019, 392 pp., $45.00 (hardcover)

Davy Knittle

Histories of Dirt. Media and Urban Life in Colonial and Postcolonial Lagos
by Stephanie Newell, Durham and London, Duke University Press, 2020, 272 pp., US$27 (paperback)

Carlos Nunes Silva

Iconic planned communities and the challenge of change
edited by Mary Corbin Sies, Isabelle Gournay, and Robert Freestone, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019, 544 pp., £43 (hardcover)

Rosemary Wakeman

Developing Expertise: architecture and real estate in metropolitan America
by Sara Stevens, New Haven, Yale University Press, 2016, 280 pp., US$50.00 (hardback), ISBN-10:0300209932, ISBN-13:978-0300209938

Richard Longstreth