Routledge Launches Journal of Urbanism
The Journal of Urbanism will be a centralized source for scholarly research on the design of the built environment within social, economic and environmental contexts.
The Journal of Urbanism will be a multi‐disciplinary, international journal focusing on human settlement and its relationship to the idea of sustainability, social justice and cultural understanding. It will cover research focusing on Urban Regeneration, New Urbanism, European Urbanism, Landscape Urbanism, Urban Sustainability, Smart Growth, Livable Communities, Transit‐orientated Development, Walkable Communities, Urban Morphology and a variety of other strongly related interests.
The Journal of Urbanism will appear 3 times a year in both print and online formats. It is under the editorial direction of Emily Talen, Arizona State University, USA; Charles C. Bohl, University of Miami, USA and Matthew Hardy, INTBAU, UK.
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Emily Talen, Charles C. Bohl and Matthew Hardy said: ‘This journal will be an outlet for research on the created human habitat – where form, pattern and design are viewed as integral to other forms of urban inquiry, from cultural meaning to economic growth.'
Jonathan Manley, Urban Studies Publisher at Routledge, added: ‘The proliferation of research in smart growth, new urbanism and place making has created a real need for an outlet devoted to these topics. The Journal of Urbanism, guided by a team of outstanding scholars, will meet this demand and enhance Routledge's impressive list of journals in urban and environmental studies.'
About Routledge Journals
Routledge Journals is part of Taylor & Francis, an Informa business, and is one of the world's leading publishers of academic journals. Taylor & Francis is dedicated to the dissemination of scholarly information, drawing on expertise developed since first publishing journals in 1798. Taylor & Francis now publishes 1,250 scholarly journals, 340 of these in association with learned societies and scholarly institutions. The Company operates from a network of 20 global offices, including Philadelphia, Oxford, Melbourne, Stockholm, Beijing, New Delhi and Singapore.
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Posted December 13, 2007
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