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Peter Marcuse at 80: His Extraordinary Contributions to Progressive Planning

Clara Irazabal; Susan Fainstein

Title:
Peter Marcuse at 80: His Extraordinary Contributions to Progressive Planning
Author(s):
Irazabal, Clara
Fainstein, Susan
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Type:
Articles
Department:
Urban Planning
Volume:
182
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Book/Journal Title:
Progressive Planning
Abstract:
Peter Marcuse is known throughout the world as a leading scholar and practitioner of progressive planning, but he has also been an outstanding member of Planners Network since it was founded in 1975. Peter is an attorney, a practicing planner and a teacher of planning. He is truly one of the most multifaceted, committed and productive planners anywhere. As a devoted planner and educator, he has worked extensively inside and outside academia and government to promote the highest ethical standards for the profession. He has also been a consistent advocate for social justice. The following review of Peter’s scholarship, teaching excellence and service in the field of planning shows how significant his contributions have been.
Subject(s):
Urban planning
Biographies
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