10th National Conference on Planning History Nov. 6-9, 2003
St. Louis, MO USA
The Society for American City and Regional Planning History (SACRPH) invites you to attend its 10th biennial conference on planning history, featuring scholars and practicing planners from around the world.
The conference takes place at the historic Chase-Park Plaza Hotel in St. Louis, Nov. 6-9, 2003. In addition to tours, local workshops, and more than forty paper sessions, participants will hear plenary addresses from George Lipsitz, of the University of California-San Diego, and Alexander Garvin, of Yale University and the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. Also featured are special book discussions with authors John Reps, Dolores Hayden, Gail Dubrow and Clyde Woods.
A limited amount of travel assistance is available, by application, to enrolled students.
For a conference schedule, registration form, and student travel fellowship information, please visit the SACRPH website below.
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