Now in its concluding year, the project is evolving into an Urban Humanities Initiative at the University of Michigan, which will continue to connect humanities researchers, planners, and architects, along with community leaders outside the university, as they work toward a fairer future.
November 23, 2022
Detroit’s path to inclusive recovery requires untangling legacies
March 25, 2022
Gräbner and Hansen: scaling social sustainability
To help emerging architects develop the technical skills and realistic experience they will need in actual practice, Hansen and Gräbner work each fall with students in Taubman College’s Systems Studio.
June 28, 2021
Distinguished alumni award winner June Manning Thomas on crossing “terra incognita” to create a path for others
By connecting spirituality and planning, June Manning Thomas says planners can transcend the profession’s limitations: “I’ve never expected that urban planning could solve deeply entrenched social problems that are embedded within bigger forces because urban planning is tied to bureaucracies that are dependent on what policies do or do not exist.”