We are happy to announce that the second volume of plaNext - next generation planning is online. The journal webpage is accessible here. The table of content of volume 2, with direct link to the articles, is below.
Following an open call for paper, the second volume of plaNext invited contributions from researchers and practitioners in planning and other related fields of research. All contributions went through open peer-review process before they were included in this volume. Unlike volume one, Cities that Talk, which was dedicated to the specific theme urban resistance and planning, the editorial board of plaNext selected the contributions to volume two as new ideas and perspectives on planning.
The third volume, which will be published later in 2016, will feature the best papers from the 2015 conference in Palermo.


Feras Hammami
plaNext: New Ideas and Perspectives on Planning

Miriam Tedeschi
Towards an Ethical Turn in Urban Studies: On the Role of Information and Power in Contemporary Cities

Geoff Boeing
Honolulu Rail Transit: International Lessons from Barcelona in Linking Urban Form, Design, and Transportation

Annelies Van de Ven
The Spatialisation Struggle: The Heritage of Open Spaces in Baghdad

Elena Greco
Preserving and Promoting the Urban Landscape. The French and Italian Debates of the Post-World War II Decades

Jessica L. H. Doyle
Immigrant Entrepreneurs' Access to Information as a Local Economic-Development Problem

Deepika Andavarapu and Mahyar Arefi
Understanding Resilience in Urban Slums: Lessons from Pedda-Jalaripeta, India

Galya Vladova and Joerg Knieling
Prospects for an EU Macro-Regional Approach in the Black Sea Area

Basak Tanulku
Book Review: Critical Cities Volume 3: Ideas, Knowledge and Agitation from Emerging Urbanists