Challenging Trad. Notions of Property in Land Use Planning – Toronto, ON

Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

Osgoode Hall Law School and The City Institute at York University present Challenging Traditional Notions of Property in Land Use Planning June 9–10, 2017. The interdisciplinary workshop is aimed at early career scholars in law, geography, urban studies and other cognate disciplines. The Journal of Law and Social Policy (JLSP) (Osgoode Hall) is publishing a special issue on the conference theme and invites submissions by Feb. 20, 2017.

The JLSP is now welcoming contributions to the Voices & Perspectives section that relate to the theme of the special volume. In particular, we are looking for essays, interviews, photography, art or other creative works exploring the relationship between property and planning. Possible contributions include non-fiction essays on expressions of resistance, representative displays of place-making, interviews with activists and community leaders, or mapping and photographic imaging.

Hat tips: PropertyProf Blog, Faculty Awareness Blog.

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