• One of eleven new books from the School of Architecture + Planning. Alexander D'Hooghe. The Liberal Monument: Urban Design and the Late Modern Project

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New books from the School of Architecture + Planning

Addressing the environment, cities, architecture, angry people and ‘Creative Magic’

Several new books have recently been published from the faculty of the School of Architecture + Planning. They include:

  • JoAnn Carmin and Julian Agyeman, Editors. Environmental Inequalities Beyond Borders: Local Perspectives on Global Injustices (Urban and Industrial Environments). (The MIT Press, April 2011).
  • JoAnn Carmin and Adam Fagan, Editors. Green Activism in Post-Socialist Europe and the Former Soviet Union (Routledge, May 2011).
  • Diane E. Davis and Nora Libertun de Duren, Editors. Cities and Sovereignty: Identity Politics in Urban Spaces (Indiana University Press, February 2011).
  • Alexander D'Hooghe. The Liberal Monument: Urban Design and the Late Modern Project (Princeton Architectural Press, December 2010).
  • Ralph Gakenheimer and Harry T. Dimitriou, Authors and Editors. Urban Transport in the Developing World: A Handbook of Policy and Practice (Edward Elgar Publishing, May 2011).
  • Judith Layzer. The Environmental Case: Translating Values Into Policy. (CQ Press College, April 2011).
  • Frank Moss. The Sorcerers and Their Apprentices: How the Digital Magicians of the MIT Media Lab Are Creating the Innovative Technologies That Will Transform Our Lives. (Crown Business, June 2011).
  • Nasser Rabbat. Mamluk History Through Architecture: Monuments, Culture and Politics in Medieval Egypt and Syria (I.B. Tauris, November 2010).
  • Nasser Rabbat. The Courtyard House (Ashgate, September 2010).
  • Andrew Scott and Eran Ben-Joseph. ReNew Town: Adaptive Urbanism and the Design of the Low Carbon Community (Routledge, December 2011).
  • Lawrence Susskind and Patrick Field. Dealing with an Angry Public: The Mutual Gains Approach To Resolving Disputes (Free Press, November 2010).

Learn more about the books at the SA+P website

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