Listen below to “Suburban Crisis, Suburban Regeneration” : a roundtable discussion at the biennial meetings of the Society for City and Regional Planning History (SACRPH), which took place in Los Angeles on November 7, 2015.
Becky Nicolaides, Affiliated Research Scholar, Huntington-USC ICW
Andrew Wiese, Professor of History, San Diego State University
- Joe DiStefano, principal and co-founder of Calthorpe Analytics, and lead planner on Vision California
- Andrew Highsmith, historian at UC Irvine and author of Demolition Means Progress: Flint, Michigan and the Fate of the American Metropolis (2015)
- Willow Lung Amam, urban studies expert at University of Maryland, and author of the forthcoming Trespassers in Suburbia: Asian Americans and Politics of Landscape in Silicon Valley
- Manuel Pastor, scholar, activist, and leading voice on regional reform issues, director of USC’s Program for Environmental and Regional Equity and co-director of USC’s Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration
- June Williamson, architecture/planning professor at CUNY, national expert on suburban retrofitting, and co-author of Retrofitting Suburbia (2009) and Designing Suburban Futures (2013)