CONFERENCE: SACRPH present their 19th National Conference on Planning History

The Society for American City and Regional Planning History (SACRPH) announces its 19th national conference on all aspects of urban, regional, and community planning history and their relationship to urban and metropolitan studies. The conference will be held in multiple formats, including: virtual presentations on Thursday, October 20, 2022; in-person tours on Friday, October 21; and in-person presentations on Saturday, October 22. It will also include a hybrid keynote on Thursday night. All Saturday events will take place in Harlem, at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture on the historic campus of The City College of New York.

SACRPH are delighted to be coming together again in a multimodal format that will expand means of participation and engagement; on a campus committed to the diversity, affordability, and access that today’s cities demand; and in a community long involved with the work of planning for justice and equality. We hope you can join us online and in Harlem.

ACAHUCH members Annmarie Brennan and Philip Goad will be presenting on their recent ARC grant along with other investigators the paper titled 'Aldo Giugola and the American City'.  More information can be found here.

SACRPH are committed to holding this conference in both in-person and virtual modes if possible; however, should conditions require it, we are prepared to transition the entire conference online.