Journal papers: special issues
Urban Planning International (UPI) special issue Vol. 29 April 2014 edited by Zhao (PKU) and Pendlebury (UNEW), involving authors from UNEW, PKU, WHU, CNR (plus other institutions)
Pengjun Zhao, John Pendlebury, Bin Lu 引言: 基于低碳目标的旧城更新规划理论与实践 (Planning for Low-carbon Urban Retrofitting: Theories and Practices)
Carlos Calderon, James Keirstead and Franz Fuerst, 城市更新能耗的系统分析与模拟方法：泰恩河畔纽卡斯尔的当前实践和未来挑战 (Modelling approaches for retrofitting energy systems in cities: current practice and future challenges in Newcastle upon Tyne)
Simin Davoudi, Luke Dilly and Jenny Crawford, 能源消费行为：理性还是惯性？ (Energy Consumption Behaviour : Rational or Habitual?)
Elizabeth Brooks, Andrew Law and Lingjiang Huang, 英国和中国历史建筑改造更新的比较分析：基于能源视角 (A Comparative Study on Historical Building Regeneration Between the UK and China: A perspective of Energy Efficiency)
John Pendlebury, Neveen Hamza and Adam Sharr, 保护规划与地坛价值观 (Conservation Planning and Low-carbon Values)
Pengjun Zhao, 历史城区交通节能减排的空间规划理论 (Spatial planning for transport energy savings and pollution reduction in historical urban areas)
Wen Ping, Pengjun Zhao, 北京旧城小汽车出行研究及综合规划框架 (Car use in the historic city centre of Beijing: An Empirical Analysis and Integrated Planning proposal)
DiSP special issue edited by Davoudi (UNEW) and Zhao (PKU), involving authors from UNEW, PKU, WHU, CNR (plus other institutions).
Davoudi, S., Zhao, P. and Brooks, E. (2014) ‘Retrofitting cities for low-carbon urban futures in Europe and China’, disP – The Planning Review, 50(3), pp. 6-10.
Davoudi, S., Dilley, L. and Crawford, J. (2014) ‘Energy consumption behaviour: rational or habitual?’, disP – The Planning Review, 50(3), pp. 11-19.
Zhao, P. and Pendlebury, J. (2014) ‘Spatial planning and transport energy transition towards a low carbon system’, disP – The Planning Review, 50(3), pp. 20-30.
Wen, P. and Zhao, P. (2014) ‘Car use in the historical city centre of Beijing’, disP – The Planning Review, 50(3), pp. 31-42.
Pendlebury, J., Hamza, N. and Sharr, A. (2014) ‘Conservation values, conservation-planning and climate change’, disP – The Planning Review, 50(3), pp. 43-54.
Huang, L., Huang, Z. and Hamza, N. (2014) ‘Energy-efficient retrofitting and energy consumption in a historic city centre – an example from Lhasa’, disP – The Planning Review, 50(3), pp. 55-65.
Brooks, E., Law, A. and Huang, L. (2014) ‘A comparative analysis of retrofitting historic buildings for energy efficiency in the UK and China’, disP – The Planning Review, 50(3), pp. 66-75.
Rodriguez, M. and Calderon, C. (2014) ‘Modelling approaches for retrofitting energy systems in cities’, disP – The Planning Review, 50(3), pp. 76-89.
Gigliarelli, E., Porfyriou, H. and Corcella, A. (2014) ‘Integrated analysis for the conservation and energy retrofitting of historic social housing in Rome’, disP – The Planning Review, 50(3), pp. 90-100.
Brooks, E. and Davoudi, S. (2014) ‘Climate justice and retrofitting for energy efficiency’, disP – The Planning Review, 50(3), pp. 101-110.
A special issue of Journal Of Urban Design that started with PUMAH (it has some other papers also), available online, click here
Pendlebury, J. and Porfyriou, H. (2017) ‘Heritage, urban regeneration and place-making’, Journal of Urban Design, 22(4), pp. 429-432.
Cheng, S., Yang, Y. and Li, K. (2017) ‘Historic conservation in rapid urbanization: a case study of the Hankow historic concession area’, Journal of Urban Design, 22(4), pp. 433-454.
Ashworth, G.J. and Tunbridge, J.E. (2017) ‘Multiple approaches to heritage in urban regeneration: the case of City Gate, Valletta’, Journal of Urban Design, 22(4), pp. 494-501.
Ercan, M. (2017) ‘Evolving’ or ‘lost’ identity of a historic public space? The tale of Gençlik Park in Ankara’, Journal of Urban Design, 22(4), pp. 520-543.
Selected Book chapters:
Akkar Ercan, M. (2013) ‘Urban regeneration and sustainable community development in historic neighbourhoods of Istanbul’, in M.E. Leary and J. McCarthy (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Urban Regeneration. London: Routledge, pp.443-454
Corsane, G. (2014) ‘Displaced Heritage and Family Histories: Could a Foreign Family’s Heritage in China Become an Ecomuseum ‘Hub’ for Cultural Tourism Management? ’ in: Convery, I; Corsane, G; Davis, P (ed.) Displaced Heritage: Responses to Disaster, Trauma and Loss. Woodbridge, UK: The Boydell Press, 2014, pp. 51-62
Law, A. (2014) ‘Humiliation Heritage in China: Discourse, Affectual Governance, and Displaced Heritage at Tiananmen Square’. in: Convery, I; Corsane, G; Davis, P, (ed.) Displaced Heritage: Responses to Disaster, Trauma and Loss. Woodbridge, UK: The Boydell Press, pp.165-173.
Cessari, E. Gigliarelli, SmartPolis. Nuove strategie progettuali e soluzioni tecnologiche per la rinascita dei centri storici. In Paesaggio Urbano – Urban Design 2013 Maggioli Editore ISSN 1120-3544
Pallini & H. Porfyriou (2013), Il passato conteso. Metamorfosi di alcune “città di confine” nel Mediterraneo orientale tra Ottocento e Novecento [Disputed Heritage. The Metamorphosis of some East Mediterranean ‘border-cities’ between the 19th and 20th centuries]. Special Issue of Città e Storia, n. 2
Zhang, S., de Roo, G. and van Dijk, T. (2015) ‘Urban Land Changes as the Interaction Between Self-Organization and Institutions’, Planning Practice & Research, 30(2), pp. 160-178.
Pallini C. & Bona D., La costruzione dei Bund nelle città-porto cinesi. Lo spazio del waterfront come eredità del periodo coloniale, [Chinese port-cities and the Bund. Colonial heritage on the waterfront], proceedings of the International Conference Cultural Heritage: Present Challenges and Future Perspectives, Rome, 21-22 November 2014 organised by Università Roma Tre, CROMA (Centre for the study of Rome) Department of Business Studies – Cultural Heritage Economics and Management Lab (final paper in preparation).
Pallini C. & Bona D., Interpreting Chinese cities through maps and travel accounts. Treaty Ports and their foreign enclaves as a testing ground, in Silver C., Zhu D., proceedings of the 16th IPHS Conference, St. Augustine: University of Florida, vol. 2, pp. 864-875.
Gigliarelli E., Lu B. and Cessari L., (2015) “Toward the “Smart Polis”: methods, tools and strategies of intervention for the sustainable regeneration of historic urban centres”. Full paper published in: HERITAGE and TECHNOLOGY Mind Knowledge Experience Le Vie dei Mercanti _ XIII Forum Internazionale di Studi, Proceedings Editors: Carmine Gambardella. La scuola di Pitagora editrice. ISBN 978-88-6542-416-2. Conference: XIII Forum Internazionale di Studi, Capri Aversa, June 11-13, 2015. Pp. 1625- 1631
A video produced by METU following an exhibition of Prof. Kecheng Liu’s (XAUAT) work:
Tarihi Miras Nasıl ‘Değer’lendirilir? ‘Yer Yaratıcılar’ın Rolleri Nelerdir? / How to Value Heritage? What are the Roles of Place-Makers?
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