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Service-Learning in Design and Planning: Educating at the Boundaries

ISBN: 978-1-61332-001-3
GTIN: 9781613320013
Einband: Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
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This collection of case studies by design educators critically explores the current practice of service-learning in architecture, landscape design, and urban planning, radically revising the standard protocol for university-initiated design and planning projects in the community. The authors' lively examination of real-life community collaborations forms a pedagogical framework for educators, professionals, and students alike, offering guidelines for a generative and inclusive collaborative design process.

This collection of case studies by design educators critically explores the current practice of service-learning in architecture, landscape design, and urban planning, radically revising the standard protocol for university-initiated design and planning projects in the community. The authors' lively examination of real-life community collaborations forms a pedagogical framework for educators, professionals, and students alike, offering guidelines for a generative and inclusive collaborative design process.

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AutorAngotti, Tom (Hrsg.) / Doble, Cheryl S. (Hrsg.) / Horrigan, Paula (Hrsg.)
VerlagNew Village Press
EinbandKartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr2011
Seitenangabe305 S.
AusgabekennzeichenEnglisch
MasseH21.7 cm x B14.1 cm x D2.9 cm 410 g
AuflageNew
Gewicht410
ISBN978-1-61332-001-3

Über den Autor Tom (Hrsg.) Angotti

Tom Angotti (Editor) Tom Angotti is Professor Emeritus of Urban Policy and Planning at Hunter College, the Graduate Center, and City University of New York, and directed the Hunter College Center for Community Planning & Development. He is adjunct professor at Parsons/The New School and the author of New York for Sale: Community Planning Confronts Global Real Estate, which won the 2009 Davidoff Book Award.Sylvia Morse (Editor) Sylvia Morse is a lifelong New Yorker who has dedicated her work to advancing community planning, the solidarity economy, and housing justice. She has worked with New York City nonprofits, city agencies, and grassroots organizations on local land use struggles, development of worker-owned cooperative businesses, and a range of housing programs and policy issues. She has a master's degree in urban planning from CUNY Hunter College.

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