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Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) 2012

Join Routledge at ACSP in Cincinnati from November 1-4, 2012. Visit our stand to browse our latest books and journals and receive 20% off all titles on display and free shipping on all orders!

We'll be hosting a Meet & Greet with Elizabeth Mueller and Rosie Tighe, the authors of The Affordable Housing Reader, at the booth on Saturday November 3rd at 3:30 PM--please stop by and say hello!

American cities become a leading example of how major transportation; infrastructure and civic improvements can be carried forward through a return to planning. Today many cities are working to encourage populations to return to their urban core through the creation of revitalization efforts to distressed neighborhoods and old downtown centers. Given the importance of cities as significant social, political and economic centers, the resurgence of planning comes at a principal moment when urban policy must be able to plan for a sustainable future in relation to the individual needs of neighborhoods, individuals and established urban systems

University of Cincinnati, Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio

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Featured Books at this Event

  1. The Affordable Housing Reader

    Edited by Elizabeth Mueller, Rosie Tighe

    The Affordable Housing Reader brings together classic works and contemporary writing on the themes and debates that have animated the field of affordable housing policy as well as the challenges in achieving the goals of policy on the ground. The Reader – aimed at professors, students, and...

    Published September 17th 2012 by Routledge

  2. Shaping Places

    Urban Planning, Design and Development

    By David Adams, Steve Tiesdell

    Shaping Places explains how towns and cities can turn real estate development to their advantage to create the kind of places where people want to live, work, relax and invest. It contends that the production of quality places which enhance economic prosperity, social cohesion and environmental...

    Published September 5th 2012 by Routledge

  3. Reviving Critical Planning Theory

    Dealing with Pressure, Neo-liberalism, and Responsibility in Communicative Planning

    By Tore Øivin Sager

    Series: RTPI Library Series

    Discussing some of the most vexing criticism of communicative planning theory (CPT), this book goes on to suggest how theorists and planners can respond to it. Looking at issues of power, politics and ethics in relation to planning, this book is for both critics and advocates of CPT, with lessons...

    Published August 15th 2012 by Routledge

  4. Building Inclusive Cities

    Women’s Safety and the Right to the City

    Edited by Carolyn Whitzman, Crystal Legacy, Caroline Andrew, Fran Klodawsky, Margaret Shaw, Kalpana Viswanath

    Building on a growing movement within developing countries in Latin America, Africa, and Asia-Pacific, as well as Europe and North America, this book documents cutting edge practice and builds theory around a rights based approach to women’s safety in the context of poverty reduction and social...

    Published August 30th 2012 by Routledge