Week 9: Planning and the Right to the City
Participatory challenge: Using the internet try to understand how the term “Right to the City” (coined by Henri Lefebvre) has been interpreted and used in the US context.
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Anderson, Nadia M. 2011 “Social Infrastructure as a Means to Achieve the Right to the City” Design Activism and Social Change, Proceedings of the 2011 Design History Society International Conference, Barcelona, Spain, September 7-10, 2011. http://www.historiadeldisseny.org/congres/#papers
Frug, Gerald. “Ch. 3: Strategies for Empowering Cities,” in City-Making: Building Communities Without Building Walls. Princeton University Press, 1999. e-reserves.
Frug, Ch. 6 “Community Building”, Ch. 7 “City Land Use” (113-164) “Ch. 4 The Situated Subject”, “Ch. 5 The Post Modern Subject 54-112, in City-Making: Building Communities Without Building Walls.
Princeton University Press, 1999. e-reserves.
Purcell, Mark. “Excavating Lefebvre: The right to the city and its urban politics of the inhabitant.” GeoJournal 58, no. 2 (2002): 99-108. [Zotero]