Happy New Year from the Carolina Planning Journal!

2021 was another busy year for The Carolina Planning Journal! We published Volume 46 of our print journal, “The White Planning in Planning”; were recognized by the Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals; said goodbye to our outgoing editors and welcomed two new ones; highlighted impressive original research from our undergrads, Master’s students, PhDs, and alumni; revived our annual Winter Photo Contest (submissions due soon); and more!

Cover Design by Jo (Joungwon) Kwon

Today, we are making a PDF of Volume 46: The White Problem in Planning, available for free here. Check out our Table of Contents below, and see what our writers contributed in 2021.

If you would like to get this volume in print, you can order a copy here. Please consider following us on Facebook and LinkedIn to support all this great work and be the first to read Volume 47: Planning for Healthy Cities when it is released in May 2022.

Thank you so much for an inspirational year to all who ordered the print volume, read the blog, or otherwise engaged with us. Here’s to another great year!

Your 2021-22 Editors:

PIERCE HOLLOWAY | Editor-in-Chief, Carolina Planning Journal
Pierce Holloway is a second-year master’s student at the Department of City and Regional Planning with a focus on Climate Change Adaptation. Before coming to Chapel Hill he worked as a geospatial analyst for Urban3, working on visualizing economic productivity of communities and states. Through his coursework he hopes to explore the nexus between adaptation for climate change and community equitability. In his free time, he enjoys long bike rides, trail running, and any excuse to play outside. 

EMMA VINELLA-BRUSHER | Managing Editor, Carolina Angles
Emma Vinella-Brusher is a second-year dual degree Master’s student in City and Regional Planning and Public Health interested in equity, mobility, and food security. Born and raised in Oakland, CA, she received her undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies from Carleton College before spending four years at the U.S. Department of Transportation in Cambridge, MA. In her free time, Emma enjoys running, bike rides, live music, and laughing at her own jokes.

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