Dr. Talen is a Professor in the School of Geographical Sciences
and School of Sustainability at Arizona State University. She is the founding co-editor of the Journal of Urbanism and serves on the editorial boards of Open Urban Studies Journal and Urban Morphology. Dr. Talen teaches urban design, principles of urbanism, mapping urbanism, urban geography, and new urbanism. Her most recent book is Design for Diversity: Exploring Socially Mixed Neighborhoods.
- Righting Old Wrongs: U.S. DOT Goes from Urban Renewal to Freeway Removal
- 3 Examples of Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Policies
- Parking Reform in San Diego Starts in the Neighborhoods
- 'Normal America' According to Demographics
- San Francisco Rethinks the Costs of Parking
- New Storefront Index Reveals Evidence of Jacobs's 'Sidewalk Ballet'
- Why Do People Drive When They Don't Want To?
- Seattle Introduces New Urban Park Prototype
- Granny Flats a Symptom of L.A.'s 'Broken' Planning Process
- Around the World, Cities Imitate the High Line
- New York Continues to Dominate the Walk Score Rankings
- As Price Tag Skyrockets, S.F.'s Transbay Terminal Needs a Bailout
- Sidewalk Additions Prompt Outrage in Suburban Minneapolis
- Report Details Strategies for Energy States to Weather Booms and Busts
- Happy 100th Birthday, Jane Jacobs
- Unique Public-Private Partnership Tackles Stormwater Infrastructure in Maryland
- Helping Beloved Non-Landmarks Weather Gentrification in San Francisco
- Meet the New 'Lean Code Tool'
- Does Los Angeles Have What It Takes To Be a Leader for 21st Century Metropolises?
- Seattle Police Department Demonstrates the Versatile Uses of the Bicycle