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  1. Week 1. Markets 51 items
    1. CORE READING 2 items
      1. Housing and Town Planning - F.A. von Hayek

        Chapter Essential Chapter on Housing & Town Planning

    2. FURTHER READING 2 items
      1. Things they don’t tell you about capitalism - Ha-Joon Chang 2010

        Chapter Background Chapter 1, "There is no such thing as a free market" pp. 1-10

    3. GENERAL READING 17 items
      1. The great transformation: the political and economic origins of our time - Karl Polanyi 2001

        Book Essential Chapter six: ‘The self regulating market and the fictitious commodities: Labor, Land and Money’. pp 71-80

      2. Role conflict: planners torn between dialogical ideals and neo-liberal realities - T. Sager

        Chapter Background Sager. T. 2010. Role conflict: planners torn between dialogical ideals and neo-liberal realities.

      3. Planning Futures: New Directions in Planning Theory

        Book Background Pennington, M., 2002. A Hayekian Liberal Critique of Collaborative Planning

      4. From New Right to New Left in UK Planning - Philip Allmendinger 03/2003

        Article Background

    4. GENERAL READING - city marketing 8 items
      1. Competitive Cities - Marisol Garcia, Dennis R. Judd 2012

        Chapter Background

    5. GENERAL READING - selected planning history (UK focus) 22 items
      1. The Ashgate research companion to planning theory: conceptual challenges for spatial planning - Hillier, Jean, Healey, Patsy c2010

        Book Background Pinder, D. "Necessary Dreaming: Uses of Utopia in Urban Planning"

      2. Town planning versus - Michael Hebbert 07/2006

        Article 

      3. Letchworth Garden City - J. Meades

        Audio-visual document Background TV series on Letchworth Garden City is very informative and opinionated and in several respects a great introduction to the English (if you’re not already familiar with them)!

      4. Sociable cities: the legacy of Ebenezer Howard - Hall, Peter, Ward, Colin 1998

        Book Background

      5. Urban and regional planning - Peter Hall, Mark Tewdwr-Jones c2011

        Book Background

      6. The planner in society: the changing role of a profession - David Edward Charles Eversley 1973

        Book Background

      7. Culture, urbanism and planning - Monclãaus, F. J., Guáardia i Bassols, Manuel c2006

        Book Background Hebbert, M. and Sonne. "History Builds the Town: On The Uses of History in Twentieth Century City Planning"

      8. Dreaming the rational city: the myth of American city planning - Boyer, M. Christine c1983

        Book Background

  2. Week 2. Sustainability 57 items
    1. CORE READING 2 items
    2. FURTHER READING 2 items
    3. GENERAL READING 19 items
      1. Generic skills for sustainable communities: design principles for a learning support environment - Ann Hockey, Carlos Jimenez-Bescos, Janice Maclean and Martin Spaul 2010

        Article Background

      2. Experts and environmental planning - Bob Evans 1995

        Book Background

      3. Culture, urbanism and planning - F. J. Monclâus, Manuel Guàrdia i Bassols c2006

        Book Background

      4. Growing Cities Sustainably - Marcial H. Echenique, Anthony J. Hargreaves, Gordon Mitchell, Anil Namdeo 04/2012

        Article Background

    4. GENERAL READING - density 7 items
      1. Clarifying and re-conceptualising density - Christopher T. Boyko, Rachel Cooper 2011-7

        Article 

      2. Coordinating density; working through conviction, suspicion and pragmatism - Nancy Holman, Alan Mace, Antoine Paccoud, Jayaraj Sundaresan 2014-7

        Article 

    5. GENERAL READING - spatial planning 27 items
      1. Beyond master planning? New approaches to spatial planning in Ekurhuleni, South Africa - Alison Todes, Aly Karam, Neil Klug, Nqobile Malaza 10/2010

        Article Background

      2. Spatial planning, devolution, and new planning spaces - Phil Allmendinger, Graham Haughton 2010

        Article Essential

  3. Week 3. Jurisdictions 45 items
    1. CORE READING 2 items
    2. FURTHER READING 2 items
      1. Arguing with Regions - John A. Agnew 01/2013

        Article Background

    3. GENERAL READING 19 items
      1. The World City Hypothesis - John Friedmann 01/1986

        Article Essential

      2. Planning world cities: globalization and urban politics - Peter Newman, Andy Thornley c2005

        Book Background

      3. Worlding cities: Asian experiments and the art of being global - Ananya Roy, Aihwa Ong, Wiley InterScience (Online service) c2011 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      4. Assembling/Worlding Cities - Eugene McCann, Ananya Roy, Kevin Ward 08/2013

        Article 

      5. Phoenix cities: the fall and rise of great industrial cities - Anne Power, Jörg Plöger, Astrid Winkler 2010

        Book Background See chapter 5.

      6. The urban moment cosmopolitan essays on the late-20th-century city - S Fainstein 1999

        Book Essential Can We Make the Cities We Want?

      7. Writings on cities - Henri Lefebvre, Eleonore Kofman, Elizabeth Lebas 1996

        Book Background

    4. GENERAL READING - regions 22 items
      1. The fluid scales and scope of UK spatial planning - Philip Allmendinger, Graham Haughton 2007

        Article Background

      2. European spatial planning and territorial co-operation - Stefanie Dühr, Claire Colomb, Vincent Nadin 2010

        Book Background

      3. Regionalization in a globalizing world: a comparative perspective on forms, actors and processes - Joakim Öjendal, Fredrik Söderbaum, Michael Schulz 2001

        Book Background

      4. The making of global city regions: Johannesburg, Mumbai/Bombay, São Paulo, and Shanghai - Klaus Segbers, Simon Raiser, Krister Volkmann c2007

        Book Background

      5. The regional world: territorial development in a global economy - Michael Storper c1997

        Book Background

      6. The Futures of the City Region - Michael Neuman, Angela Hull 07/2009

        Article 

  4. Week 4. Neighbourhoods 14 items
    1. CORE READING 2 items
    2. FURTHER READING 2 items
      1. Can neighbourhoods save the city?: community development and social innovation - Frank Moulaert 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book  Chapter nine, Gonzalez S and G Vigar. The Ouseburn Trust in Newcastle. This is available via the library website as an e-book.

    3. GENERAL READING 10 items
      1. People and Place - Janet Stephenson 03/2010

        Article 

  5. Week 5. Communities 25 items
    1. CORE READING 2 items
    2. FURTHER READING 2 items
    3. GENERAL READING 21 items
      1. A Ladder Of Citizen Participation - Sherry R. Arnstein 07/1969

        Article Background

      2. Territorial identities: the local community

        Chapter Background The Castell's reading is an extract from a book and there are a few references to terms that appear earlier in the book. In particular he refers to three types of identity Legitimising identity – introduced by dominant institutions to extend and valorise their own identity Resistance identity – used by actors who are devalued by dominant groups – so generating resistance based on difference from the dominant group. Project identity – describes a process when people seek a new identity that redefines position in society and so seek an overall transformation of the social structure – eg feminism challenging patriarchy

      3. Social Capital - Rodney E. Hero, Marion Orr 2012

        Chapter Background

      4. Communitarianism and its critics - Daniel Bell 1993

        Book Background

      5. The case of participation as tyranny - B. Cooke, U. Kothari

        Chapter Background Chapter 1

      6. The politics of participation - S. Croft, P. Beresford 01/09/1992

        Article Background

  6. Week 6. Reading week 0 items
  7. Week 7. Diversity 26 items
    1. CORE READING 2 items
    2. FURTHER READING 2 items
    3. GENERAL READING 22 items
      1. Rhythms, ageing and neighbourhoods - Debbie Lager, Bettina Van Hoven, Paulus PP Huigen 08/2016

        Article 

      2. Cities and Diversity - Susan S. Fainstein 09/2005

        Article 

  8. Week 8. Evidence 49 items
    1. CORE READING 2 items
    2. ADDITIONAL READING 2 items
    3. GENERAL READING 26 items
      1. Dilemmas of planning practice: ethics, legitimacy and the validation of knowledge - Huw Thomas, Patsy Healey c1991

        Book Background KITCHEN, T. (1991), 'A client-based view of the planning service.' pp. 115–42.

      2. Urbanizing citizenship: contested spaces in Indian cities - Renu Desai, Romola Sanyal 2011

        Book Background Doshi, S., "The Politics of Persuasion: Gendered Slum Citizenship in Neoliberal Mumbai," pp. 82-108.

      3. Is There a Role for Evidence-Based Practice in Urban Planning and Policy? - Kevin Krizek, Ann Forysth, Carissa Schively Slotterback 12/2009

        Article 

      4. The Ascendancy of Evidence - William Solesbury 01/2002

        Article Essential

      5. Evidence-Based Planning - Simin Davoudi 01/2006

        Article Background

      6. Environmental impact assessment: Retrospect and prospect - Stephen Jay, Carys Jones, Paul Slinn, Christopher Wood 2007-5

        Article 

      7. Consensus Building and Complex Adaptive Systems - Judith E. Innes, David E. Booher 31/12/1999

        Article Background

      8. Planning Futures: New Directions for Planning Theory

        Book Background Flyvbjerg, B & Richardson, T. Planning and Foucault; in search of the dark side of planning.

    4. GENERAL READING - policy transfer 19 items
      1. Comparative planning cultures - Bishwapriya Sanyal 2005

        Book Background

      2. Crossing borders: international exchange and planning practices - Patsy Healey, Robert Upton, Royal Town Planning Institute 2010

        Book Background

      3. Good cities, better lives: how Europe discovered the lost art of urbanism - Peter Hall, Nicholas Falk 2014

        Book Background

      4. People and Place - Janet Stephenson 03/2010

        Article Background

  9. Week 9. Law 22 items
    1. CORE READING 2 items
      1. Rule by aesthetics: world-class city making in Delhi - D. Asher Ghertner 2015

        Book  Please read chapter four Aesthetic Criminality.

    2. FURTHER READING 1 item
    3. GENERAL READING 19 items
      1. Why India Cannot Plan Its Cities: Informality, Insurgence and the Idiom of Urbanization - Ananya Roy 02/2009

        Article  This is a key reading for next week but is also useful for this week.

  10. Week 10. Actors 23 items
    1. CORE READING 2 items
      1. Ecologies of urbanism in India: metropolitan civility and sustainability - Anne Rademacher 2013

        Book  This is available as an ebook. Please read chapter five. 'Flexible Planning: The Making of India's 'Millennium City,' Gurgaon' by Shubhra Gururani

    2. FURTHER READING 3 items
    3. GENERAL READING 18 items
      1. Games real actors play: actor-centered institutionalism in policy research - Fritz Wilhelm Scharpf c1997

        Book Essential Read chp. 4. Skim chps. 1-3 as needed.

      2. Planning and decentralization: contested spaces for public action in the global south - Victoria A. Beard, Faranak Miraftab, Christopher Silver 2008

        Book Background

      3. Private cities: global and local perspectives - Christopher J. Webster, Georg Glasze, Klaus Frantz 2004

        Book Background

      4. Privatization in the city: successes, failures, lessons - Emanuel S. Savas c2005

        Book Background

  11. Week 11. Futures 44 items
    1. CORE READING 3 items
      1. Just Planning - Heather Campbell 09/2006

        Article Essential

      2. The Nature of Cities: The Scope and Limits of Urban Theory - Allen J. Scott, Michael Storper 01/2015

        Article Essential

    2. FURTHER READING 3 items
      1. Insurgencies: essays in planning theory - John Friedmann, Royal Town Planning Institute 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Background Chapters 4 & 9

    3. GENERAL READING 38 items
      1. Searching for the just city: debates in urban theory and practice - Peter Marcuse 2009

        Book Background Pages 91- 103 (on commons), and post script (page 240) , on right to the city

      2. Informal Housing in the United States - Noah J. Durst, Jake Wegmann 03/2017

        Article Background

      3. The Sage handbook of political geography - Kevin R. Cox, Murray Low, Jennifer Robinson 2007

        Book Background Susan Parnell, "Urban Governance in the South: The Politics of Rights and Development ," pp. 1-14.

      4. The politics of participation in the land-use planning of Bangalore - Jayaraj Sundaresan

        Chapter Background The Library is unable to provide an electronic copy of an extract from this book, due to copyright restrictions placed on it by the publisher.

      5. Cities for people, not for profit: critical urban theory and the right to the city - Neil Brenner, Peter Marcuse, Margit Mayer 2012

        Book Background

      6. Africa’s Cities: Opening Doors to the World - S.V. Lall, J.V. Henderson, A.J. Venables 2017

        Document Background

      7. Shaken, shrinking, hot, impoverished and informal: Emerging research agendas in planning - Hilda Blanco, Marina Alberti, Robert Olshansky, Stephanie Chang 11/2009

        Article Background

      8. It's Just the City after All! - Abdoumaliq Simone 01/2016

        Article Background

      9. Planning for growth: urban and regional planning in China - Fulong Wu 2015

        Book Background

      10. Planning in the face of power - John Forester c1989

        Book Background

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