Relevant Creators
Graduated from the University of Victoria in 1991 with a degree in geography.
Journalist, author, theorist, and activist who influenced urban studies, sociology, and economics. Famous for her book "The Death and Life of Great American Cities" which challenged the concept of urban renewal and advocated for the needs of city-dwellers.
Urban planner and author known for his work on the perceptual form of urban environments. Author of influential books including "The Image of the City" and "What Time is This Place?"
City planner, walkability advocate, writer, husband, father. Latest book: Walkable City Rules:
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UBC Prof. and Holder of James Taylor Chair Landscape and Liveable Environments. I treat all with respect - I ask the same. Blocks for those who dont.
Worked for The Baltimore Sun City Desk for twelve years and wrote "Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets." Co-wrote "The Corner: A Year in the Life of an Inner-City Neighborhood" with Ed Burns. NBC series "Homicide: Life on the Street" and HBO mini-series "The Corner" were based on his works.
faculty @thenewschool for now; soon: @penn. architecture, archives, cities, infrastructure, libraries, maps, sound++ (img: karelmartens)
Graduated from The Pembroke-Country Day School. Attended Colorado College and transferred to Harvard University. Editor of The Harvard Lampoon. Graduated from Harvard with a degree in English.
Strategist, Writer, Technologist, GFC 1 Survivor. Tweets about housing, mortgage finance, commercial real estate, macro and technology. Not investment advice.
Staff writer at @CityLab. Texan. I write about housing and architecture and art and chili. Signal: 202-445-7606