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The Urban Planning journal recently published an entire, thematic issue devoted to evaluating the project and results of New Urbanism. The entire issue is now available for open access. The full issue includes the following articles:
According to the introduction to the issue's theme by Susan Moore and Dan Trudeau, the collection "proposes an examination of New Urbanism as heterogeneous in practice, shaped through multiple contingent factors that spell variegated translations of core principles."
"The contributing authors investigate how variegated forms of New Urbanism emerge, interrogate why place-based contingencies lead to differentiation in practice, and explain why the movement continues to be represented as a universal phenomenon despite such on-the-ground complexities," according to Moore and Trudeau.