Journal Summary: Planning Perspectives is an international journal of history, planning and the environment. It offers a forum for scholars pursuing the histories of planning, plans and planners, and provides book reviews of all significant publications in the major languages. The journal is affiliated to the International Planning History Society (IPHS), the interdisciplinary network for planning historians worldwide. In order to raise awareness of current work in the field, IPHS has its own section in the journal, peer-reviewed on the same basis as regular papers but with shorter contributions of no more than 4,000 words. This section highlights research in progress and historiographical essays, as well as personal reminiscences, accounts of archival sources or datasets, reports of conferences, symposia and seminars and announcements of relevance to IPHS members.
Access: Subscription; some open access
Journal Type: Academic peer reviewed