Planning History Awards

Planning History Awards

American Planning Association

Every two years, the Society for American City and Regional Planning History offers five awards: The Lewis Mumford Prize for best book on planning history; the Catherine Bauer Wurster Prize for best article in the field; the John Reps Prize for best Ph.D. dissertation and master's thesis; the Francois de Montequin Prize for best paper on American colonial history, delivered at a SACRPH conference; student research award. Books and articles must have been published between June 1, 1999, and September 1, 2001. Dissertations and papers must have been accepted during that time. Prizes are given at the society's biennial conference in Philadelphia in early November. For more information, contact SACRPH awards chair Ruth Knack at 312-786-6369; [email protected].

Related Link: Planning Information: Planning History Award Announcement

For more information contact:

Ruth Knack
American Planning Association
122 S. Michigan Ave.
IL 60637

Phone: 312-786-6369
Fax: 312-431-9985
Email: [email protected]

Posted June 8, 2001

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