International Making Cities Livable Conference - Call for Papers
Dear Dayana Salazar,
You may like to know that a few additional proposals can still be considered for the 38th IMCL Conference until September 8th. The announcement is pasted below.
With best regards,
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard Ph.D.(Arch.)
Director, International Making Cities Livable Conferences
CALL FOR PAPERS
38th International Making Cities Livable Conference
CARMEL, CALIFORNIA, October 19 - 23, 2003
"REBIRTH OF THE TOWN CENTER & TOWN SQUARE"
(in cities & suburbs)
An international Conference for urban designers, architects, planners, landscape architects, city officials, and social scientists. Academics and practitioners from many parts of the world share ideas, and establish working relationships.
Specific issues will include: Rebirth of the American town center -- The return to city centers of mixed use & the shop/house -- Design principles for town squares -- Creating suburban town centers -- Socially sustainable town development -- Teaching the livable city -- Squares in North America: Case studies -- and other related topics.
There will be a pre-conference (Saturday/Sunday) Workshop on Healthy Environments for Children & Youth (Development of impact assessment criteria). If you wish more information about this Workshop, or about the Conference, please see the web site www.livablecities.org/Carmel1003Conf.html.
A few proposals for presentations can still be considered until September 8th. Please send a 200 word abstract for review to: Suzanne.Lennard@.... or fax: 831-624-5126.
Hotel Accommodations: The Conference will take place at La Playa Hotel, a beautiful hotel with extensive landscaped grounds and views over Carmel Bay. La Playa is a member of the Historic Hotels of America and is offering special rates for participants. Call 831-624-6476 or fax 831-624-7966 mentioning the conference.
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard Ph.D.(Arch.), Director,
IMCL Conferences, P.O. Box 7586, Carmel, CA 93921 USA.
Fax: 831-624-5126. Tel: 831-626-9080.
Dayana Salazar, Interim Chair
Urban and Regional Planning Department
San Jose State University