Planning Perspectives 34.6 TOC

Table of Contents for December 2019 issue of Planning Perspectives

Volume 34, Issue 6

by John R. Gold and Margaret Gold

 

ARTICLES 

‘Uneasy bedfellows’ conceiving urban megastructures: precarious public–private partnerships in post-war British New Towns
Janina Gosseye

The history of urban growth management in South Africa: tracking the origin and current status of urban edge policies in three metropolitan municipalities
Anele Horn

A case study in early urban design: Toronto, 1966–1978
Richard White

The suburban perimeter blocks of Madrid 10 years on: how residents’ level of satisfaction relates to urban design qualities
Javier Iñigo & Alan Mace

Planning southern Iraq: placing the progressive theories of Max Lock in Um Qasr, Margil, and Basra in the context of Iraqi national development, 1954–1956
Ben Tosland

IPHS SECTION 

Awards of the International Planning History Society (IPHS) – A history and a call for submissions for the 19th IPHS Conference Moscow Russia “City Space Transformation: Renovation of The Urban Environment”

History, civilization and urban planning development in China — report from the 10th Academic Committee of Planning History & Theory Conference: 26–29 October 2018, Guilin, China
Zhao Li, Kang Cao & Baihao Li

BOOK REVIEWS 

Puerto Madero en movimiento: un abordaje a partir de la circulación de la Corporación Antiguo Puerto Madero (1989–2017)
by Guillermo Jajamovich, Buenos Aires, IEALC, 2018,160 pp., free download at teseopress.com

Gabriel Silvestre

Free the beaches: the story of Ned Coll and the battle for America’s most exclusive shoreline
by Andrew W. Kahrl, New Haven, Yale University Press, 2018,376 pp., US$28.00 (hardcover)

Elsa Devienne

The Newark Frontier: community action in the great society
by Mark Krasovic, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2016,384 pp., US$45.00 (cloth), ISBN: 978-0226352794.

Akira Drake Rodriguez

American imperial pastoral: the architecture of US colonialism in the Philippines
by Rebecca Tinio McKenna, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2017,272 pp., $45 (cloth), ISBN: 9780226417769

Daniel Immerwahr

Autoconstrucción. Por una autonomía del habitar: ensayos sobre vivienda, urbanismo, autogestión y holismo
by John F.C. Turner, Edited and translated by Kathrin Golda-Pongratz, José Luis Oyón, and Volker Zimmermann, Logroño, Pepitas de calabaza, 2018,325 pp., €23.50 (paperback), ISBN-10: 8415862792, ISBN-13: 978-8415862796

Emilio de Antuñano

Building the ivory tower: universities and metropolitan development in the twentieth century
LaDale C. Winling, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018,251 pp., US$37.95

Eugénie L. Birch