Many of us at the UHA also participate in the activities of SACRPH and look forward to its biennial conference. Read on for more information about SACRPH’s October meeting in New York City, its first since 2019.
After a three-year absence, The Society for American City and Regional Planning History (SACRPH) its thrilled to be hosting its 19th National Conference at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture on the historic campus of The City College of New York in Harlem. SACRPH has developed an innovative format that gives equal weight to virtual presentations and a hybrid keynote (Thursday, October 20, 2022), in-person tours (Friday, October 21), and in-person presentations (Saturday, October 22). Session topics focus on the global, national, regional, and local, with a particular emphasis on engaging participants in the dynamic history of Harlem, upper Manhattan, and the Bronx. The conference is intentionally interdisciplinary, with participants from the fields of history, planning, architecture, urban design, literature, arts, and the social sciences, among others. It’s sure to be intellectually inspiring and fun!
Early Registration for SACRPH 2022 Harlem ends September 6
The Society for American City and Regional Planning History (SACRPH) is pleased to announce its 19th National Conference on all aspects of urban, regional, and community planning history and their relationship to urban and metropolitan studies. The conference will be held in multiple formats, including: virtual presentations on Thursday, October 20, 2022; in-person tours on Friday, October 21; and in-person presentations on Saturday, October 22. It will also include a hybrid keynote on Thursday night. All Saturday events will take place in Harlem, at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture on the historic campus of The City College of New York.
Registration is now open for SACRPH 2022. Early Registration ends September 6.
The conference includes tours, plenaries, paper sessions, roundtables, a book exhibit, and more. The Program Committee and Local Arrangements Committee have put together an exciting set of events, including:
- Nearly a dozen virtual paper sessions and roundtables (Thursday afternoon)
- A hybrid keynote address: Paul Farber, “After Permanence” (Thursday evening)
- Nine tours of Harlem, the Bronx, Washington Heights, and the Municipal Archives (Friday)
- Over 30 in-person paper sessions and roundtables (Saturday)
- Lunch and plenary session, with presidential address (Saturday)
- Graduate student mentoring sessions
- Book exhibit
- Awards reception (Saturday)
Thanks goes to the Program Committee and Local Arrangements Committee members for all their work. We look forward to seeing you, whether virtually or in Harlem!
Francesca Ammon and Brian Goldstein, SACRPH 2022 Program Committee Co-Chairs
Aaron Shkuda and Gabrielle Esperdy, SACRPH 2022 Local Arrangements Co-Chairs
Marta Gutman, SACRPH President