Planning Perspectives 34.4 TOC

Table of Contents for August 2019 issue of Planning Perspectives

Volume 34, Issue 4

by John R. Gold and Margaret Gold



Conceptualizing the pedestrian mall in post-war North America and understanding its transatlantic transfer through the work and influence of Victor Gruen
Kelly Gregg

Town planning and socialist realism: new Academic District in Wroclaw (Poland) – unfinished projects from the 1950s
Agnieszka Tomaszewicz & Joanna Majczyk

Between modernization and identity: colonial social housing as a specific theoretico-practical corpus of colonial architecture – the case of Tetouan (Morocco, 1912–1956)
Alejandro Muchada

The end of cities: Erwin Anton Gutkind and the inevitability of decentralization and dispersal
Marcel Vellinga

Drawing white elephants in Africa? Re-contextualizing Ernst May’s Kampala plans in relation to the fraught political realities of late-colonial rule
Andrew Byerley

Hans Blumenfeld: a moderate defence of expertise in the controversial 1960s
Frédéric Mercure-Jolette

The historical rise and fall of community facility provision standards in the metropolitan planning of Melbourne
Benno Engels


Planning strategies for a resilient urban fringe in three medium-sized Spanish cities
Juan Luis de las Rivas Sanz & Miguel Fernández-Maroto

What’s in a cover image? How to depict planning history
Carola Hein


Trespassers?: Asian Americans and the battle for suburbia
by Willow S. Lung-Amam, Berkeley, University of California Press, 2017, 250 pp., US$29.95 (paperback)

Jerry González

Designing the global city: design excellence, competitions and the remaking of central Sydney
by Robert Freestone, Gethin Davison, Richard Hu Singapore, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, 366 pp., £64.50 (hardcover)

Silvia Micheli

The invention of rivers: Alexander’s eye and Ganga’s descent
by Dilip Da Cunha, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019, 352 pp., £48 (hardcover)

Stephen J. Ramos

La rue à Tunis. Réalités, permanences, transformations de l’espace urbain, 1835–1935
by Leïla Ammar, Tunis, Centre de Publications Universitaires (Laboratoire Archéologie et Architecture Maghrébines), 2017, 360 pp.

Nora Lafi

Sono geloso di questa città. Giancarlo De Carlo e Urbino [I am jealous of this town: Giancarlo De Carlo and Urbino]
by Lorenzo Mingardi, Macerata, Quodlibet, 2018, 163 pp., €19 (paperback)

Filippo De Pieri