Glenn Miller hosts a guest lecture for the PLAN 675 Canadian Suburbanisms working papers reading course, drawing on 25 years of editorial insight offered up for discussion.
The Neighbourhood Change Research Group is hosting a panel event on the topic of urban inequality on July 4 in Toronto. Read for more info
Links have been added to the Cultures of the Suburbs International Research Network project. Read more about this international collaboration and its contribution to the scholarly conversation about suburban development.
Roger Keil investigates the conceptualization of greenbelts as boundaries between the urban and suburban in an essay at the Global Suburbanisms project website