Founded in 1986, the Society for American City and Regional Planning History (SACRPH) promotes scholarship on the planning of cities and metropolitan regions over time, and bridges the gap between the study of cities and the practice of urban planning.


SACRPH 2022 – Harlem

The Society for American City and Regional Planning History announces it will be holding its 19th National Conference on October 20 – 22, 2022, with both virtual events and in-person events in Harlem, at The City College of New York City. The program includes one day each of virtual panels, tours in New York City, and in-person panels.

Registration for SACRPH 2022 is now open!!!


SACRPH Statement on Black Lives Matter

On June 3, 2020, President Nancy Kwak, President-elect Marta Gutman, and Past-president Brad Hunt wrote in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and with protesters across the country seeking major reforms, accountability, and social justice. See the full statement here.


SACRPH Announces Marta Gutman as President, plus new President-Elect and New Board Members

At the conclusion of its February 10, 2022, board meeting, Marta Gutman (City College of New York) became the 17th President of SACRPH. The board also approved a President-Elect – Guadalupe García (Tulane University). New board members are: Eliana Abu-Hamdi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Julian C. Chambliss (Michigan State University), Jerry González (University of Texas at San Antonio), Susanna Schaller (City College of New York), Morris “Mo” Speller (Johns Hopkins University), Bruce Stephenson (Rollins College), and Domenic Vitiello (University of Pennsylvania).  Click here for complete description of the SACRPH board and current leadership.


SACRPH Announces Awards

On November 2, 2019, SACRPH announced the winners of its biennial awards competition. Click here for full details.

 

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