2014 Clarkson Visiting Chair in Urban Planning: Emily Talen
Emily Talen is a professor at Arizona State University in the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning and the School of Sustainability. Her research is devoted to urbanism, urban design and social equity.
Public Lecture: “Neighborhood Diversity: Chasing an Elusive Planning Goal”
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
301 Crosby Hall, 6pm
Duany, A., & Talen, E. (2013). Landscape urbanism and its discontents: Dissimulating the sustainable city. Gabriola Island, BC: New Society Publishers.
APL Book Collection: SB472.7 .L35 2013
Talen, E. (2005). New urbanism and American planning: The conflict of cultures. New York: Routledge.
APL Book Collection: HT167 .T35 2005
Talen, E. (2008). Design for diversity: Exploring socially mixed neighborhoods. Amsterdam ; Boston ; London: Architectural Press.
APL Book Collection: HT166 .T343 2008
Talen, E. (2009). Urban design reclaimed: Tools, techniques, and strategies for planners. Chicago: American Planning Association, Planners Press.
APL Book Collection: HT166 .T343 2009
Talen, E. (2012). City rules: How regulations affect urban form. Washington, DC: Island Press.
APL Book Collection: HT167 .T34 2011
Lee, S., & Talen, E. (2014). Measuring Walkability: A Note on Auditing Methods. Journal of Urban Design, 19(3), 368-388. Available through Delivery+
Talen, E., & Koschinsky, J. (2014). Compact, Walkable, Diverse Neighborhoods: Assessing Effects on Residents. Housing Policy Debate(ahead-of-print), 1-34. Available Online
Talen, E. (2013). Prospects for walkable, mixed-income neighborhoods: insights from U.S. developers. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 28(1), 79-94. doi: 10.1007/s10901-012-9290-9
Available through Delivery+
Talen, E. (2013). Zoning for and against sprawl: The case for form-based codes. Journal of Urban Design, 18(2), 175-200. UB Only
Anselin, L., Nasar, J. L., & Talen, E. (2011). Where do planners belong? Assessing the relationship between planning and design in American universities. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 0739456X11402356. UB Only
Talen, E. (2011). Sprawl Retrofit: sustainable urban form in unsustainable places. Environment and Planning-Part B, 38(6), 952. Available Online
Talen, E., & Koschinsky, J. (2011). Is subsidized housing in sustainable neighborhoods? Evidence from Chicago. Housing Policy Debate, 21(1), 1-28. Available Online
Talen, E. (2010). Affordability in new urbanist development: Principle, practice, and strategy. Journal of Urban Affairs, 32(4), 489-510. Available Online
Talen, E. (2010). The context of diversity: a study of six Chicago neighbourhoods. Urban Studies, 47(3), 486-513. UB Only
Blanco, H., Alberti, M., Forsyth, A., Krizek, K. J., Rodriguez, D. A., Talen, E., & Ellis, C. (2009). Hot, congested, crowded and diverse: Emerging research agendas in planning. Progress in Planning, 71(4), 153-205. Available Online
Talen, E. (2003). Measuring urbanism: Issues in smart growth research. Journal of Urban Design, 8(3), 303-303. UB Only