Call for Papers: Making Cities Livable Conference, Dec. 8-12 in Carmel
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CALL FOR PAPERS
35th International Making Cities Livable Conference
MONTEREY/CARMEL, CALIFORNIA, December 8 - 12, 2002
An international Conference for city planners, urban designers, architects,
landscape architects, transportation planners, social scientists, city
managers and public officials. Practitioners and academics from many parts
of the world share ideas, and establish working relationships.
Cities are increasingly threatened by social and physical fragmentation, and
loss of civic engagement. An important mission for cities is to enable their
inhabitants to regain a sense of community, and to provide places for
meeting, dialogue, and mutual understanding.
Deadline for submission of abstracts (200 words) on the following topics is
Building Community through Urban Design -- Planning Housing to Support
Community -- Designing Places for Community Social Life -- The Role of
Regional Planning to Ensure the Vitality of Cities -- Counteracting
Terrorism by Building Community -- Controlling Urban Sprawl & Reshaping
Suburbia -- Teaching Models for the Livable City -- Planning Cities for
Youth & the Elderly -- Community Participation in Urban Design -- and
other topics related to the conference theme.
Major IMCL Conferences were organized in collaboration with the Cities of
Charleston, USA; Venice, Italy; Vienna, Salzburg, Austria; Santa Fe, USA;
Freiburg, Germany; and other cities.
Send to: Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard Ph.D.(Arch.), Program Committee
IMCL Conferences, P.O. Box 7586, Carmel, CA 93921 USA.
Fax: 001-831-624-5126. Tel: 001-831-626-9080. E-Mail:
For more information see: www.livablecities.org