Planning for the People y QuĂ©? From Advocacy Planners to Hardcore Punks

The Metropole Bookshelf is an opportunity for authors of forthcoming or recently published books to let the UHA community know about their new work in the field. by Mike Amezcua Punk fliers are planning documents. Not the official kind produced by city planning departments, of course, nor the grassroots plans by neighborhood activists resisting investment […]

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Hardcore Urban Renewal: The Punk Origins of the City Creative

The Metropole Bookshelf is an opportunity for authors of forthcoming or recently published books to let the UHA community know about their new work in the field. By Michael Carriere and David Schalliol The roots of The City Creative: The Rise of Urban Placemaking in Contemporary America (The University of Chicago Press, 2021) are not […]

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