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Volume 48 Call for Papers

By Carolina Planning Journal URBAN ANALYTICS: CAPABILITIES AND CRITIQUES “In a world where we all will be living in some form of city by the end of this century, a new city science and a new urban analytics is of increasing relevance.” —Michael Batty “Will we be able to invent different modes of measuring that might open up the possibility of a different aesthetics, a … Continue reading Volume 48 Call for Papers

Call for Papers: CPJ Volume 47

Carolina Planning Journal is accepting abstracts for papers relating to:PLANNING FOR HEALTHY CITIES “The power of community to create health is far greater than any physician, clinic, or hospital”– Dr. Mark Hyman, physician Planning has been deeply intertwined with the need for healthier urban populations from the very beginning, with early planners such as Ebenezer Howard and Frederick Law Olmsted attempting to balance public health … Continue reading Call for Papers: CPJ Volume 47

Call for Papers: Carolina Planning Journal, Volume 46

Carolina Planning Journal (CPJ) is pleased to announce its call for papers for Volume 46 of the Journal, to be published May 2021. In response to recent events of police violence against Blacks and other people of color, as well as national Black Lives Matter activism, CPJ’s upcoming issue will focus on how race intersects with planning. Specifically, Volume 46 will focus on whiteness in … Continue reading Call for Papers: Carolina Planning Journal, Volume 46