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Vélez-Guerra, C. Andrés
Urbanidad- Urbanity- Urbanité: Research papers about urban planning in developing cities.
http://www.cohelet.org/
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Smith, Joseph (1805-1844)
The founder of the Chrurch of Latter Day Saints' notes on the plan of the City of Zion, the
principles of which would be later applied to the design of Salt Lake City.

http://www.library.cornell.edu/Reps/DOCS/smith.htm
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Sitte, Camillo (1843-1903)
The publication of City Planning According to Artistic Principles began a new era in Germanic city
planning. Sitte strongly criticized the current emphasis on broad, straight boulevards, and public
squares arranged primarily for the convenience of traffic.

http://www.library.cornell.edu/Reps/DOCS/sitte.htm
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Penn, William (1644-1718)
Penn's holy experiment and plan was idealistic to the point of utopianism. He wanted to establish a
society that was godly, virtuous and exemplary for all of humanity.

http://xroads.virginia.edu/~CAP/PENN/pnintro.html
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Moses, Robert (1888-1981)
New York state and municipal official whose ambitious public works projects of the 1930s, 1940s and
1950s transformed the urban landscape of New York City.

http://www.noguchi.org/moses.html
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Jacobs, Allan
Urban Designer and Professor, Jacobs has observed street users and has studied a wide array of
street types and urban spaces around the world. Books: Making City Planning Work, Great Streets,
Boulevard Book.

http://www.acsp.org/news/MayJune99/lynch_award.html
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Haussmann, Baron (1809-1891)
French planner famous for the redevelopment of Paris under Napoleon III.
http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baron_Haussmann
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Gruen, Victor (1903-1980)
Founder of one of the nation's leading architectural, planning and engineering firms, Gruen
designed the first regional shopping center, the Northland Shopping Center in Detroit in 1954 and
later wrote extensively on urban planning and urban sprawl.

http://ahc.uwyo.edu/digital/gruen/intro.htm
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Geddes, Patrick (1854-1932)
Known as the "father of town planning," he developed the Royal Mile in Edinburgh,
advanced ideas for the renovation of old housing and the planning and building of new homes, and
advocated using the Camera Obscura as a teaching medium. (Book: Cities in evolution: An
introduction to the Town Planning movement and the Studies of Civics.)

http://www.ballaterscotland.com/geddes/
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Doxiadis, Constantinos (1913-1975)
Author and founder of Doxiadis Associates, a private firm of consulting engineers, with a small
group of architects and planners. (Books: Ekistics - An Introduction to the Science of Human
Settlements).

http://www.doxiadis.org/
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Burnham, Daniel (1846-1912)
Burnham gained an even greater reputation for his influence as a city planner. He supervised the
laying out and construction of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition and, in 1909, Burnham and his
assistant Edward H. Bennett (Michigan Avenue Bridge) prepared The Plan for Chicago.

http://www.ci.chi.il.us/Landmarks/Architects/Burnham.html
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Apte, Prakash M.
Papers on housing, architecture, planning, development, management, and education by the Indian
architect and planner.

http://pmapte.topcities.com/
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Kent, Fred
Founder and president of the Project for Public Spaces. Biography, publications, and interviews.
http://pps.org/info/aboutpps/staff/fkent
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Plater-Zyberk, Elizabeth
Architect and town planner who cofounded Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company in 1980. (Books:
Suburban Nation).

http://www.cnu.org/aboutcnu/board_member_ezyberk.cfm
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Halprin, Lawrence
Significant contributor in the areas of landscape architecture and urban design, active over six
decades in the 20th century. Biographical information and index to his projects.

http://www.upenn.edu/gsfa/archives/majorcollections/halprin.html
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Zukin, Sharon
Sociologist explores the inter-relations of economic, social, and political power that shape urban
form. (Books: Landscapes of Power: From Detroit to Disneyworld, The Cultures of Cities)

http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/soc/faculty/zukin.htm
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Soleri, Paolo
Author, visionary, architect, and pioneer of new human spaces. (Books: Arcosanti - An Urban
Laboratory; Technology and Cosmogenesis; The Omega Seed; The Bridge Between Matter and Spirit is
Matter Becoming Spirit; The City in the Image of Man).

http://www.arcosanti.org/project/background/soleri/main.html
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Soja, Edward
Cultural geographer focuses on urban restructuring in Los Angeles, with a more general interest in
the spatialization of social relationships such as class, gender, and race. (Books: Postmetropolis,
Thirdspace, Postmodern Geographies)

http://www.kun.nl/socgeo/n/colloquium/Soja4.html
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Smithson, Peter and Allison
Although they are also both practicing architects, the Smithsons gained most of their recognition
through their involvement with Team 10 and its overthrow of old CIAM philosophies.

http://www.greatbuildings.com/architects/Peter_and_Alison_Smithson.html
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Sassen, Saskia
Leading theorist of globalisation and its impact on cities. Professor Sassen is Professor of
Sociology at the University of Chicago and Centennial Visiting professor at the London School of
Economics. She is author of many publications on the subject of globalization. Books: The Global
City--London, New York, Tokyo", "Cities in a World Economy", "Globalization and
Its Discontents."

http://www.law.uchicago.edu/faculty/sassen/
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Bertaud, Alain - The Study of Urban Spatial Structures
Papers and reports focused on urban spatial development.
http://alain-bertaud.com/
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Staley, Samuel
Director of the Urban Futures Program of the Reason Public Policy Institute. (Books: Smarter
Growth: Market-based Land-use Planning for the 21st Century).

http://www.rppi.org/staley.html
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Rusk, David
Author, consultant, and leading American regionalist who combines scholarship with practical
political experience. Former state legislator in New Mexico and mayor of Albuquerque, the nation's
36th largest city. (Books: Cities without Suburbs).

http://www.citistates.com/assocspeakers/d_rusk.html
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Peirce, Neal
Writes on metropolitan regions and their political and economic dynamics, their emerging national
and global roles. (Books: The Book of America: Inside 50 States Today; Citistates: How Urban
America Can Prosper in a Competitive World; Breakthroughs: Recreating The American City). ).

http://www.citistates.com/assocspeakers/n_peirce.html
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O'Toole, Randal
Economist and director of the Oregon-based Thoreau Institute since 1975. He has also been an
adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute since 1995. (Books: The Vanishing Automobile and Other Urban
Myths).

http://www.urbanfutures.org/otoole.html
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Kotkin, Joel
The author of "The New Geography" offers commentary, articles, consulting, his schedule,
and a biography.

http://www.joelkotkin.com/
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Downs, Anthony
Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C. He was for 18 years a member and then
Chairman of Real Estate Research Corporation, a nationwide consulting firm advising private and
public decision-makers on real estate investment, housing policies, and urban affairs.

http://www.anthonydowns.com/
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DeGrove, John
Teaches growth management (smart growth) with a special focus on initiatives to contain sprawl and
ensure sustainable urban and natural systems. Florida Atlantic University Joint Center for
Environmental and Urban Problems Director from 1972 until February 1999. (Books: Land, Growth and
Politics; Balanced Growth: A Planning Guide for Local Government).

http://www.jc.fau.edu/staff/degrove_chair.htm
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Charles, John
Environmental Policy Director for the Cascade Policy Institute. The focus of his work is
environmental, transportation and land-use policy. (Books: A Citizen's Guide to Smart Growth).

http://www.cascadepolicy.org/StaffDetail_2_8.asp
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Chapin, Jr., F. Stuart
Pioneer in the Department of City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina. Spent nearly
four decades establishing and improving the department's urban studies curriculum. Distinguished
Service Award from the American Institute of Planners, as well as the Historic Planning Pioneer
Award. (Books: Urban Land Use Planning).

http://carolinafirst.unc.edu/distprofs/chapin.htm
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Burchell, Robert
Professor at the Center for Urban Policy Research, is the author of 25 books and more than 50
articles, is an expert on fiscal impact analysis, land-use development and regulation, and housing
policy. Dr. Burchell co-authored the Development Impact Assessment Handbook for The Urban Land
Institute. (Books: The Fiscal Impact Hand-book; The New Practitioner's Guide to Fiscal Impact
Analysis; The Adaptive Reuse Handbook; The Environmental Impact Handbook).

http://policy.rutgers.edu/cupr/people/bioburchell.htm
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Altshuler, Alan A.
Professor of Urban Policy and Planning at Harvard University, teaches and conducts research on
urban politics, land use policy, and transportation. CV, course information, and list of books and
other publications.

http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/people/faculty/altshuler/index.html
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Salingaros, Nikos A.
Professor of Mathematics at the University of Texas at San Antonio, advocates using scientific
understanding to generate "life" in built structures. (Books: Principles of Urban
Structure, A Theory of Architecture).

http://www.math.utsa.edu/sphere/salingar/
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Newman, Oscar
Influential author proposes using the physical restructuring of housing projects and residential
communities to reduce crime and improve stability. (Books: Defensible Space)

http://www.defensiblespace.com/
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Mumford, Lewis (1895-1990)
Lewis Mumford garnered many honors such as the National Book Award (1962); The Presidential Medal
of Freedom in 1964; a 1965 LLD from the University of Edinburgh; a doctorate of architecture from
the University of Rome in 1967; the National Medal for Literature (1972). (Books: The City in
History, The Urban Prospect).

http://bluehawk.monmouth.edu/~library/mumford.html
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Massey, Doreen
Geographer critiques globalization and regional uneven development and proposes a need to
understand the new urban context of disorder and diversity. (Books: Cities for the Many Not the
Few, Space, Place, and Gender)

http://www.civiccentre.org/SPEAKERS/Keynotes/Massey.D.html
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Lynch, Kevin (1918-1984)
Influenced the field of city planning through his work on the theory of city form, and on the
perception of the city environment and its consequences for city design. (Books: The Image of the
City, What Time is This Place).

http://libraries.mit.edu/archives/mithistory/collections-architecture/mc208.html
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Kunstler, James Howard
Kunstler believes a lot of people share his feelings about the tragic landscape of highway strips,
parking lots, housing tracts, mega-malls, junked cities, and ravaged countryside that makes up the
everyday environment where most Americans live and work. (Books: The Geography of Nowhere, Home
from Nowhere).

http://www.kunstler.com/
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Kay, Jane Holtz
Architecture and planning critic for The Nation and author. She has written for Architecture,
Landscape Architecture, Planning, The Boston Globe, The New York Times, Preservation and Sierra.
(Books: Asphalt Nation, Preserving New England and Lost Boston).

http://www.janeholtzkay.com/
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Katz, Peter
Author and real estate marketing consultant, he argues that New Urbanism integrates modern life
into pedestrian-friendly communities with effective links to their larger regions. (Books: The New
Urbanism: Toward an Architecture of Community)

http://www.annonline.com/interviews/970324/
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Johns, Michael
Geography professor at UC Berkeley offers a walking tour of San Francisco with special regard to
the economy and culture of the Western city.

http://www.rut.com/misc/sfwalk.html
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Huxtable, Ada Louise
Architecture critic for the Wall Street Journal, she advocates for preservation and cities as
places of contrast. (Book: The Unreal America)

http://www.pbs.org/wnet/newyork/series/interview/huxtable.html
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Howard, Ebenezer (1850-1928)
This is the planning theory based on the work Ebenezer Howard and the Garden City Movement. (Books:
Tomorrow: A peaceful path to Real Reform)

http://www.rickmansworthherts.freeserve.co.uk/howard1.htm
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Hise, Greg
Associate Professor of urban history, his research focuses generally on the American West and
specifically on Los Angeles. (Book: Magnetic Los Angeles: Planning the Twentieth Century
Metropolis)

http://www.usc.edu/schools/sppd/faculty/hise.html
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Harvey, David
A geographer concerned with environmental justice and uneven development, Harvey writes devastating
descriptions of current urban situations, and offers a new framework for questioning design
decisions. (Books: The Urban Experience, Spaces of Hope)

http://www.jhu.edu/~dogee/people/faculty/harvey.html#spub
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Hall, Peter
Professor of Planning at the Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning at the University College
London, Hall is also the author or editor of nearly thirty books on urban and regional planning and
related topics.

http://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/people/P_hall.htm
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Gordon, Peter
Has recently written on the problems of the New Urbanism. He is also the co-editor (with David
Beito) of "Voluntary Cities (forthcoming) and is currently at work on a book on the
"sprawl" debate.

http://www.usc.edu/schools/sppd/faculty/gordon.html
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Gehl, Jahn
People, Gehl found, are drawn to crowded, bustling spaces, where those unpredictable, surprising
actors - other human beings - are on centre stage. As a Scandinavian proverb puts it: "People
come where people are." (Book: Life Between Buildings)

http://www.rudi.net/bookshelf/classics/lifebetweenbuildings/index.shtml
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Fulton, William
Journalist, urban planner, researcher, pundit, and best-selling author. Regarded as one of the
nation's leading commentators on urban planning, metropolitan growth, and economic
development.(Books: Guide to California Planning, California Land and Legacy).

http://www.citistates.com/assocspeakers/w_fulton.html
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Fishman, Robert
Urban historian focuses on a social and architectural history of American suburban planning and
design. (Book: Bourgeois Utopias)

http://www.tcaup.umich.edu/facultystaff/faculty/fishmanrprofile.html
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Ellin, Nan
Places the work of design professionals in their cultural context: how they address contemporary
crises and social phenomena, and how they sometimes perpetuate them. (Books: Architecture of Fear;
Postmodern Urbanism)

http://www.asu.edu/caed/SOA/faculty/html/faculty_ellin.htm
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Davis, Mike
Author whose writings on the "architecture of control" and the extinction of public
spaces have influenced many theorists and designers working to create a more livable city. (Books:
City of Quartz; Ecology of Fear)

http://www.laweekly.com/ink/99/01/news-macadams.php
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Cronon, William
A Professor of Geography, Cronon's work focuses on the intersection of that field with history and
the environment.

http://www.geography.wisc.edu/faculty/cronon.html
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Castells, Manuel
Leading urban theorist since the 1960's. His work has moved from early Marxist analyses of the
city, to an analysis of grass roots urban movements in the city, to a later interest in the impact
of information technology on urban development. Books: The City and the Grassroots; City, Class,
and Power)

http://sociology.berkeley.edu/faculty/castells/
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Boyer, M. Christine
The William R. McKenan Jr. Professor of Architecture and Urbanism, at the School of Architecture,
Princeton University, Boyer has written and lectured widely on 19th and 20th century urbanism, with
a focus on the structure and meaning of urban form. (Books: Dreaming the Rational City, The City
and Collective Memory)

http://www.upenn.edu/gsfa/intricacy/participants/mchristine_boyer.html
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Berman, Marshall
Cultural theorist examines the social roles and intentions of artists in modern urban life. He
advocates "Marxist humanism" and proposes that the urban realities of the marketplace are
neither fixed nor immutable. (Book: All That is Solid Melts into Air)

http://eserver.org/clogic/4-2/monchinski_berman.html
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