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Call for Papers - Berkeley Planning Journal

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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
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      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 11/10/2006 10:59 AM -----

      > Berkeley Planning Journal
      > This notice is intended for faculty, researchers, students and
      > professionals interested in California policy and planning. Please
      > circulate widely.
      > Dear Colleagues,
      > As editors of the peer-reviewed Berkeley Planning Journal, we invite
      > to submit papers relating to the theme of our newest volume. Contributions
      > are welcome from professors, graduate students or professionals.
      > The Berkeley Planning Journal focuses on the most innovative and
      > cutting-edge ideas and practices in planning. Each issue is devoted
      to a
      > specific area of interest to planning scholars and professionals.
      We aim
      > to publish high quality research articles, policy briefs, commentaries,
      > book reviews, and conversations with key practitioners or researchers.
      > The Journal is an annual peer-reviewed journal published by graduate
      > students in the Department of City and Regional Planning (DCRP) at
      > University of California, Berkeley since 1985. Please refer to this
      > for details about the journal and previous volumes:
      > http://www-dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu/bpj/index.html
      > In Volume 20 of the Berkeley Planning Journal, we propose to highlight
      > myriad of planning issues tied to the State of California.  The
      > will focus on planning in and for California from a broad array of
      > theoretical, qualitative, and empirical perspectives and through the
      > of a variety of exploratory methods.
      > We are interested in exploring a range of California related topics
      > disaster preparedness to metropolitan governance, from transnational
      > of people, goods, and ideas to statewide flows of water and energy,
      > community development to transit oriented development, from seismic
      > to modal shifts to demographic shifts, from public health to public
      > housing to public finance, from urban densification to suburbanization,
      > from immigration to emigration, etc.
      > We welcome original and high quality submissions on any California
      > planning issue. All submissions will be peer-reviewed.
      > The Call for Volume 20 including submission guidelines is attached.
      > The deadline for submitting papers is February 1, 2007.
      > Thank you,
      > Editorial Team for the Berkeley Planning Journal
      > University of California at Berkeley
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