In Spring 2022, the Carolina Planning Journal had a special year. We published sixteen blog posts and are set to publish Volume 48 on Urban Analytics: Capabilities and Critiques in mid-May. We also hosted Dr. Jamaal Green as a guest speaker in collaboration with DCRP DEI and DCRP’s Planning in Practice Speaker Series. Workshops on editing for the journal and a few social events were also held. Congratulations to Emma Vinella-Brusher, Cameron Mcbroom-Fitterer, Walker Harrison, Amy Patronella, Sarah Kear, Rene Marker-Katz, Henry Read, and Lance Gloss, who will soon graduate. Additionally, the CPJ looks forward to seeing the second and third-year students for more writing and editing next year.
Spring 2023 Posts:
- Happy New Year from the Carolina Planning Journal!
- Planning for 36 Hours in Fanwood, New Jersey by Kathryn Cunningham
- The case for a K-12 planning education by Isabel Soberal
- Too Big to Dismantle: Planning for Reuse of the Tarheel Army Missile Plant by Ian Baltutis
- Masters Student Panel on Master’s Project Proposal Development by Jo Kwon
- Wrestling with Equity: Dr. Jamaal Green Returns to DCRP by Lance Gloss
- Winter photo contest winner
- What prevents older LGBTQ+ adults from aging in place? An interview with Marisa Turesky, Urban Planning Ph.D. Candidate by Candela Cerpa
- Planning for 36 Hours in Seattle, Washington by Nik Reasor
- Schoolyards: An Untapped Community Resource? by Emma Vinella-Brusher
- 1970’s Detroit Gets in a Twitter Feud by Abby Cover
- From the Archives) Film Analysis: Oil Culture in The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
- Planning for 36 Hours in Delhi, India by Ian Baltutis
- Planning for 36 Hours in Oakland, California by Kathryn Cunningham
- The Arctic: An Uncertain Time for Arctic Cooperation by Samantha Pace
- Planning for 36 Hours Stockholm, Sweden by Nik Reasor
Please follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook and wait for the new volume on Urban Analytics: Capabilities and Critiques in May 2023.
This will be our last post from 2022-23 editors. Thank you so much for a great Spring semester to everyone who read, wrote, and edited the volume and blog!
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 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.