SYLLABUS UP 201 spring 2013

Monday january 7 norman jeong course introduction

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Monday, January 7 (Norman & Jeong) Course Introduction Wednesday, January 9 (Norman) Chapter 1: Overview Chapter 2: The Urbanization of America Monday, January 14 (Norman) Chapter 3: History of Planning- Part I Brooks, Michael. “Four critical junctures in the history of the urban planning profession”. Journal of the American Planning Association , 1988, v.54, no. 2, pp. 241-248. Wednesday, January 16 (Norman & Jeong) Chapter 4: History of Planning- Part II Thomas, June. “Planning history and the black urban experience: linkages and contemporary implications.” Journal of Planning Education and Research , 1994, v.14, pp. 1 – 11. Knapp, G. & Talen, E. “New urbanism and smart growth: A few words from the academy.” International Regional Science Review , 2005, v.28 (2), 107-118. Monday, January 21- NO CLASS; Dr. Martin Luther King Day Wednesday, January 23 (Jeong) Chapter 5: The Legal Basis of Planning Krueckeberg, Donald. “The Difficult Character of Property: to whom do things belong?”. Journal of the American Planning Association , 1995, v.61, no.3, pp. 301-309. Counterpunch.org article: “Poletown (Michigan) Revisited”, by George Corsetti; http://www.counterpunch.org/corsetti09182004.html Kelo vs. City of New London : http://www.law.duke.edu/publiclaw/supremecourtonline/certgrants/2004/kelvcit.ht ml Monday, January 28 (Jeong) Chapter 6: Planning and Politics
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Wednesday, January 30 (Jeong) Chapter 7: Social Issues Fainstein, S.S. “Competitiveness, cohesion, and governance: Their implications for social justice.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research , 2001, v.24(5), 884-888 Monday, February 4 (Norman) Chapter 8: The Comprehensive Plan Review the “Michigan Planning Enabling Act 33 of 2008”: http://www.legislature.mi.gov/ (S(xj3g1jal1er4tq45ve4x5vuz))/documents/mcl/pdf/mcl-act-33-of-2008.pdf http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(0wyrrrbdtihrfr55ubqgb355))/mileg.aspx? page=GetObject&objectname=mcl-act-33-of-2008 http://www.planningmi.org/downloads/mpea_training_brochure_8_5_x_11b.pdf City of East Lansing Comprehensive Plan: http://www.cityofeastlansing.com/Home/Departments/PlanningDevelopment/PlanningResources /ComprehensivePlan/ Wednesday, February 6 (Norman) Continuation of Chapter 8 discussion Monday, February 11 (Norman) Chapter 9: The tools of Land-Use Planning City of East Lansing Zoning Code (Chapter 50): http://www.cityofeastlansing.com/Home/Departments/PlanningDevelopment/Plan ningResources/ Wednesday, February 13 (Norman) Continuation of Chapter 9 discussion Monday, February 18 (Jeong) Continuation of Chapter 9 discussion, and Form-based codes-New Approach to zoning: http://www.mml.org/pdf/map_article_issue28.pdf Wednesday, February 20 (Norman) Chapter 10: Urban Design Congress for New Urbanism at www.cnu.org (Readings for this Wednesday are continued on the next page.) Initiatives: LEED for Neighborhood Development, Urban Thoroughfares, Emergency Response and Street Design, Highways to Boulevards,
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Transportation Networks, Sprawl Retrofit, Rainwater-in-Context, Live/Work/Walk: Removing Obstacles to Investment Edge City: Life on the New Frontier: http://www.garreau.com/main.cfm?
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