Happy New Year from the Carolina Planning Journal!

2022 was a special year for the Carolina Planning Journal! We published Volume 47 of our print journal on Planning for Healthy Cities. In the Fall of 2022, we had new writers and editors, including Ian Baltutis, Candela Cerpa, Abby Cover, Kathyrn Cunningham, Ryan Ford, Henry Read, Nik Reasor, Nicholas Stover, Isabel Soberal, Asher Eskind, and Chris Samoray, and our new faculty advisor Dr. Allie Thomas. We also had returning writers and editors Emma Vinella-Brusher, James Hamilton, Walker Harrison, Cameron Mcbroom-Fitterer, Amy Patronella, and Rene Marker-Katz. Angles had a busy semester with 32 posts and 16,797 views.

Summer & Fall 2022 Posts:

  1. Introducing Our New Editors for 2022
  2. Archive from 2021: A Queer People’s Atlas of Bull City: Exploring the History and Movement of Queer Bars in Durham, North Carolina (Part 1)
  3. 36 hours: Mérida, Yucatán
  4. 36 hours: Durham, North Carolina
  5. Volume 48 Call for Papers
  6. Machine Learning and Planning Research
  7. 36 hours: Madrid, Spain
  8. Archive from 2018: Undergrads analyze UNC spaces
  9. 36 hours: Lagos, Nigeria
  10. A Queer People’s Atlas of Bull City: Exploring the History and Movement of Queer Bars in Durham, North Carolina (Part 2)
  11. UNC’s Community Workshop Series (CWS)
  12. 36 hours: Dublin, Ireland
  13. Demilitarization or Militourism: “Act on Reconstruction of Cities that Formerly Served as Naval Ports” in Japan
  14. What are the Urbanists Listening to?
  15. Planner’s Playlist
  16. 36 hours: Cartegena, Columbia
  17. Southeast & Caribbean Disaster Resilience Partnership
  18. 2022 North Carolina APA Conference in Winston-Salem
  19. Reflections of the Center for Urban & Regional Studies (CURS) Roundtable on Governance and Smart Cities
  20. Boom Supersonic, North Carolina, and the Risks we Choose to Take 
  21. Subscriptions for CPJ Volume 47 on Planning for Healthy Cities
  22. 36 Hours: Reykjavik, Iceland
  23. Archive from 2017: How Hey Arnold inspired suburban millennials to dream about the city
  24. 36 Hours: Dallas, Texas
  25. Cheonggyecheon: A Revolution of Environment, Rule, and Interaction within Seoul  
  26. Drawing Lines is Hard and We Need to Be More Decisive About It
  27. Mitch Silver’s Real Talk on “Planning with Purpose”
  28. Comparing the Public and Private Decision-Making Process for the People’s Park Housing Project in Berkeley, CA
  29. Announcing the Carolina Angles Winter Photo Contest
  30. Women Are Needed in Spaces Where Decisions Are Being Made
  31. 36 Hours: Toulouse, France
  32. Archive from 2018: What XKCD Can Teach You About Planning

Please follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook and wait for the new volume on Urban Analytics: Capabilities and Critiques in May 2023.

Thank you so much for a great year to everyone who read, wrote, and edited the volume and blog. Here’s to another great year!

Your 2022-23 Editors:

LANCE GLOSS | Editor-in-Chief & JO KWON | Managing Editor

Lance is a second-generation urban planner with a passion for economic development strategies that center natural resource conservation and community uplift. He served as Managing Editor of the Urban Journal at Brown University, Section Editor at the College Hill Independent, and Senior Planner for the City of Grand Junction. Hailing from sunny Colorado, he earned his BA in Urban Studies at Brown and will earn his Master’s in City and Regional Planning in 2023. Outside of work, he can be found on his bicycle, in the woods, or on the rugby pitch. Jo (Joungwon) is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in City and Regional Planning with an interest in using visuals in environmental planning. She has been a part of CPJ since 2019. With a background in Statistics and English Literature, she received her M.A. in Computational Media at Duke University. In her free time, she enjoys indie films, live performances, climbing, and drinking coffee.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s