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Aug 25, 2023

A discussion with distinguished scholar and educator, Bish Sanyal from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In this podcast, introduced by Yvonne Rydin, Mona Fawaz explores Bish's contribution to planning research and planning theory over the years.

May 30, 2023

In this episode of the Planning Theory podcast, Catherine Brinkley reflects on the special issue of the journal that she edited looking afresh at the concept of the 'commons' and discusses what the concept offers to planning theory today.

May 25, 2023

Editora contribuyente del LAP Verónica Silva acompaña el podcast para conversar sobre su nuevo número para Marzo 2023: "El Estado y la Acumulación de Capital en México."  Los temas discutido incluyen el proceso histórico del neoliberalismo y sus efectos en las políticas, la sociedad, y  la económia de México....

May 25, 2023

LAP contributing editors James N. Green and Tulio Ferreira join the podcast to discuss the January 2023 LAP issue "Brazil Under Bolsonaro: Social, Political, and Economic Impacts in the Country and in Latin America." Topics covered include the causes, consequences, and tragedies of Jair Bolsonaro's presidency,...

Feb 1, 2023

In this episode of the Planning Theory podcast, Yvonne Rydin and Mona Fawaz talk with Thomas Buhler, about this AESOP prize-winning paper on vagueness in plans.  


See: When vagueness is a strategic resource for planning...