University of Calgary

PLAN 604 - Planning History and Theory - Winter 2023

An introduction to theories and practices of planning with a focus on the late nineteenth century to the present. Explores the forces that shaped cities/regions and key ideas/models invented in response. Examines the relationship between theory/practice and past/present. Explores the influence of planners, architects, landscape architects, and others on planning theory and resulting physical form. Presents case studies and examples in the Canadian context. Develops a critical awareness of the roles of environmental design professionals within a framework that of technical, social, environmental and political factors. Also known as: (formerly Environmental Design Planning 627)
This course may not be repeated for credit.

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  • (3-0)

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