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Critical planning Journal is a peer-review journal founded and run by graduate students at the University of California, Los Angeles, and housed within the Department of Urban Planning.

Call for Papers

Social Justice and Planning

We encourage submissions that focus on race, ethnicity, class, and gender as well as those with a focus on older adults, children, the disabled, and/or LGBTQ+ populations. We also welcome submissions that focus on issues of geographic, environmental, and temporal equity. For more information, view the full call for papers.

Spaces of Struggle

Volume 24

Volume 24, Spaces of Struggle, is now out – download the full issue.

The editors thank the contributors and reviewers for their generosity, insight, and scholarship.


Contributors include Claudio A. Sarmiento-Casas, Kuni Kamizaki, Sarah Gelbard, Leanne Serbulo, Domitille Hamand, Rebecca Crane and Skye Allmang, Mimi Cheng, Amenlyn Ng, Sandy Mackay, Innocent Chirisa, Aurthur Chivambe, Liaison Mukarwi, Abraham R. Matamanda, Shivani Shedde, Vojislava Filipcevic Cordes, and Hans Sagan.

Resistance to Extraction

Volume 23

Volume 23, Resistance to Extraction, is available here – download the full issue.