Planning Perspective Prize


Awarded to the best planning history article published in the journal Planning Perspectives in the two years before the IPHS conference. The prize is sponsored by Taylor & Francis, the journal’s publisher.


Awarded papers

 

2014

Best paper on planning history in Planning Perspectives 2012-13:

Vitiello, Domenic (2013) ‘Monopolizing the Metropolis: Gilded Age Growth Machines and Power in American Urbanization’, Planning Perspectives, 28 (1), 71-90.

2012

Not announced.


2010

Best paper on planning history in Planning Perspectives 2008-2009:

Njoh, Ambe J. (2009) ‘Urban Planning as a Tool of Power’ and Social Control in Colonial Africa’, Planning Perspectives, 24 (3), 301-317.

2008

Best paper on planning history published in Planning Perspectives 2006-2007:

Lu, Duanfang (2006) ‘Travelling Urban Form: The Neighbourhood Unit in China’, Planning Perspectives, 21 (4), 369-392.

2006

Best paper on planning history published in Planning Perspectives 2004-2005:

Vacher, Hélène (2004) ‘Extension Planning and the Historic City: Civic Design Strategies in the 1908-9 Copenhagen International Competition’, Planning Perspectives, 19 (3), 255-281.

2004

Best paper on planning history published in Planning Perspectives 2002-2003:

Hein, Carola (2002) ‘Maurice Rotival: French Planning on a World Scale’, part I, Planning Perspectives, 17 (3) 247-265, and part II, Planning Perspectives, 17 (4) 325-344.

2002 (awarded by SACRPH)

SACRPH – Best Journal Article published in 2001-2002:

Shulist, Tricia and Harris, Richard (2002) ‘Build Your Own Home: State‐assisted Self‐help Housing in Canada, 1942–75’, Planning Perspectives, 17 (4), 345-372.