CNU 20 - Why We Write





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Published on May 30, 2012

CNU 20 - Why We Write: Prominent New Urbanist Authors Discuss Their Classic NU Books and Current Works, and the Critical Importance of Writing to the Movement

Join this moderated discussion with the authors of path-breaking, "core" New Urbanist books. Listen to the reconsideration of cornerstone texts that were influential in shaping the movement and how they relate to the authors' current ideas. Discussion of the critical importance of writing to the movement and gaps in the literature on the theory, practice and relevance of the New Urbanism to contemporary challenges will be addressed. The authors will share their ideas on writing influential texts on walkable, mixed-use communities.

Chuck Bohl, Professor and Director, School of Architecture, University of Miami
Peter Katz, Consultant and author of The New Urbanism: Toward an Architecture of Community,
James Howard Kunstler, Author
Philip Langdon, Senior Editor, Better! Cities & Towns
Charles Marohn, Jr., P.E., AICP, Executive Director, Strong Towns


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