Centring marginalised voices… geographically.

As a follow up to a reading for Planning Theory and History that I enjoyed, a chapter from Cities for Sale by Leonie Sandercock, my tutor went the extra mile and emailed me a link to the author speaking at a conference in Vancouver. I replied to her email with this: "Planning is so new to me, I'm really… Continue reading Centring marginalised voices… geographically.

Breaking ground

A place to collect my thoughts as I fumble my way through a Masters of Urban Planning at the University of Melbourne. Mostly links and small thoughts. Maybe some original writing, we'll see. I've been having some doubts about the course - mainly related to workload and limited income. I hope this can be a… Continue reading Breaking ground