The Carolina Planning Journal (CPJ) and ∆NGLES are excited to announce the editors for the 2023-2024 school year: Candela Cerpa and Kathryn Cunningham. Read on to learn more about them. CANDELA CERPA | Editor-in-Chief, Carolina Planning Journal Candela Cerpa is a second-year master’s student in the Department of City and Regional Planning at UNC-Chapel Hill. She is interested in equitable disaster planning, particularly around floods. … Continue reading Introducing Our New Editors for 2023
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 … Continue reading Wrapping Up Spring 2023 with Carolina Planning Journal
After a close competition, we are pleased to share the winning submission to this year’s Carolina Angles photo contest. Christy Fierros captured this image overlooking Tucson, Arizona, and shares her thoughts on its meaning below. Christy’s winning photo will also be featured in Volume 48 of the Carolina Planning Journal, Urban Analytics, coming this spring. Thank you to everyone who participated, and congratulations to Christy! … Continue reading Announcing the Winner of the 2023 Winter Photo Contest & CPJ Cover Photo contest!
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 … Continue reading Happy New Year from the Carolina Planning Journal!
Do you have winter travel plans? Preparing for a holiday staycation? Either way, Carolina Angles invites you to participate in our Winter Photo Contest! We encourage UNC planning students, alumni, and all urban enthusiasts to enter. Photos will be judged based on aesthetics as well as the articulated connection to planning. The photographer of the winning photo will receive: Please use this google form to … Continue reading Announcing the Carolina Angles Winter Photo Contest
The Carolina Planning Journal (CPJ) and ∆NGLES are excited to announce the editors for the 2022-2023 school year: Lance Gloss and Joungwon Kwon. Read on to learn more about them. LANCE GLOSS | Editor-in-Chief, Carolina Planning Journal 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 … Continue reading Introducing Our New Editors for 2022
In anticipation of Volume 47 of the Carolina Planning Journal coming out next month, this week we are featuring another book review from Volume 46, The White Problem in Planning. Veronica Brown reflects on Peter L’Official’s Urban Legends: The South Bronx in Representation and Ruin. Book Review by Veronica Brown A few televised moments speak to their era so well that they surpass television history … Continue reading Book Review from the Journal: Urban Legends, Peter L’Official
This week, we are featuring another book review from Volume 46 of the Carolina Planning Journal, The White Problem in Planning. Nora Louise Schwaller reflects on Conor Dougherty’s Golden Gates: Fighting for Housing in America. Book Review by Nora Louise Schwaller There is no state where an individual working a full-time minimum-wage job can afford a one-bedroom housing unit without paying in excess of 30% … Continue reading Book Review from the Journal: Golden Gates, Conor Dougherty
We had a number of excellent submissions for this year’s Carolina Angles photo contest, leading to some fierce competition! We are excited to announce three winners of this year’s contest – Ruby Brinkerhoff, Duncan Richey, and Josephine Jeni Justin. Check out their photographs below, along with their own words about its connection to planning. Ruby’s winning photo will also be featured in Volume 47 of … Continue reading Announcing the Winners of the 2022 Winter Photo Contest!
This week, we are featuring a book review from Volume 46 of the Carolina Planning Journal, The White Problem in Planning. Joungwon Kwon reflects on Ruha Benjamin’s Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code. Book Review by Joungwon Kwon Ruha Benjamin’s Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code offers past and current technology examples in our everyday life to … Continue reading Book Review from the Journal: Race After Technology, Ruha Benjamin