Members News of 2019

AESOP Lecture Series / Lecture 16 - Save the date

Published at: 3 September 2019

AESOP Lecture Series / Lecture 16

- Professor Jean Hillier, Emeritus Professor at RMIT University

Rethinking Planning in a More-than-human World

Hosted by TU Berlin, Institute of City and...

Call for papers: Special Issue on Rapid Urbanization, the Challenges of Planning and Managing for Sustainable and inclusive Development

Published at: 23 July 2019

Guest editor
Christopher Silver, PhD., FAICP., Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Florida/ Honorary Professor, School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development, Institute of Technology Bandung/ Adjunct Professor, Department of Architecture, University of Indonesia

The abstracts should be submitted by no later than September 1.

Special Issue Call for Planning Theory on the Impact of Hardin’s ‘Tragedy of the Commons’

Published at: 23 July 2019

This call builds from a joint ACSP/AESOP panel session in 2018 titled “After Hardin.”

The goal of this special issue is to conduct a scholarly autopsy on the role that Hardin’s Tragedy has wrought on planning theory. Such a close examination is urgent as planning seeks to reinvent itself in solving ever-escalating humanitarian crises, as highlighted by keynote speakers at these ACSP and AESOP conferences.


TRIALOG CONFERENCE, 7 - 9 November 2019

Published at: 8 April 2019


7 - 9 November 2019

Whose knowledge counts? The meaning of co-productive processes for urban development and urban research” .

Call for Abstracts Open!

25th IFHP Urban Planning and Design Summer School in Finland

Published at: 28 February 2019

Call for Applications

25th IFHP Urban Planning and Design Summer School in Finland
5th-16th August 2019

The course is co-organised by Tampere University and Aalto University together with International Federation for Housing and Planning and is open to students and young professionals from all disciplines related to spatial planning. Organised by best experts in planning and urban studies, the course gives 5 study credits (ECTS).

The application period will end April 12th