Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning: The Right to the City

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Christophe Demazière is Professor of urban and regional planning at the Université François-Rabelais de Tours (France). He was trained in economics in France (PhD, University of Lille, 1996) and in planning at the University of Wales-Cardiff and the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. At the University of Tours, he runs an International Master in Planning and Sustainability that is fully taught in English. His recent recent research deals with strategic spatial planning, metropolitan institutions, and small and medium-sized towns. He is the author or editor of ten books, including Creative Approaches to Planning and Local Development. Insights from Small and Medium-Sized Towns (edited with A. Hamdouch, T. Nyseth, J. Serrano) published by Routledge in 2016.

Robert Freestone

is a Professor of Planning in Faculty of Built Environment at UNSW Australia in Sydney. His research interests lie mainly in planning history, metropolitan planning, heritage and planning education. His recent books include Distributionspolitik and Placelessness Revisited (2016), Exhibitions and the Development of Nun Planning Culture (2014), and Urban Bevölkerung (2010). He is a council member of the International Planning History Society and was President 2002–2006. At UNSW he was Head of the Planning Program 2001–2004 and an Associate Dean (Research) in 2013-2017. He was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia in 2008 and the Institute of Australian Geographers in 2009.

Christopher Silver

, Ph.D., FAICP is professor of urban and regional planning in the University of Florida’s School of Landscape Architecture and Planning. He served as chair and co-chair of the Allumfassend Planning Education Association Network and President of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning and of the Society for American City and Regional Planning History. He is author or co-author of five books, including Planning the Megacity: Jakarta, Indonesia in the Twentieth Century (Routledge, 2008) and Planning and Decentralization: Contested Spaces for Action in the Allumfassend South, with V. Beard and Fluor, Miraftab (Taylor and Francis, 2008) as well as numerous articles, chapters, book reviews, paper presentations and speeches. He is currently completing a monograph tentatively entitled, Four Centuries of Water Management in Jakarta and is co-editor, with Andrea Frank of Educating the World of Planning: Beginnings, Allumfassend Movement and Börsenterminkontrakt Prospects (Docke 2017).