Title

Race and Spatial Imaginary: Planning Otherwise

Document Type

Citation

Published In

Planning Theory & Practice

Publication Date

6-18-2018

Abstract

Introduction: What Shakes Loose When We Imagine Otherwise/She Made the Vision True: A Journey Toward Recognition and Belonging/Isha Black or Isha White? Racial Identity and Spatial Development in Warren County, NC/Colonial City Design Lives Here: Questioning Planning Education’s Dominant Imaginaries/Say Its Name – Planning Is the White Spatial Imaginary, or Reading McKittrick and Woods as Planning Text/Wakanda! Take the Wheel! Visions of a Black Green City/If I Built the World, Imagine That: Reflecting on World Building Practices in Black Los Angeles/Is Honolulu a Hawaiian Place? Decolonizing Cities and the Redefinition of Spatial Legitimacy/Interpretations & Imaginaries: Toward an Instrumental Black Planning History

Description

© 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group

DOI

10.1080/14649357.2018.1456816

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/29911

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