Libby Porter
Libby Porter
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Resilience: a bridging concept or a dead end?“Reframing” resilience: challenges for planning theory and practice interacting traps: resilience assessment of a pasture …
S Davoudi, K Shaw, LJ Haider, AE Quinlan, GD Peterson, C Wilkinson, ...
Planning theory & practice 13 (2), 299-333, 2012
Unlearning the colonial cultures of planning
L Porter
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2010
Whose Urban Renaissance?: An international comparison of urban regeneration strategies
L Porter, K Shaw
Routledge, 2013
Whose Urban Renaissance?: An international comparison of urban regeneration strategies
L Porter, K Shaw
Routledge, 2013
The politics of resilience for planning: A cautionary note
L Porter, S Davoudi
Planning theory and practice 13 (2), 329-333, 2012
Informality, the commons and the paradoxes for planning: Concepts and debates for informality and planning self-made cities: Ordinary informality? The reordering of a Romany …
L Porter, M Lombard, M Huxley, AK Ingin, T Islam, J Briggs, D Rukmana, ...
Planning Theory & Practice 12 (1), 115-153, 2011
Conceptualising sustainability in UK urban regeneration: a discursive formation
D Rachel Lombardi, L Porter, A Barber, CDF Rogers
Urban Studies 48 (2), 273-296, 2011
Planning in (post) colonial settings: Challenges for theory and practice
L Porter
Planning Theory & Practice 7 (4), 383-396, 2006
Planning Displacement: The Real Legacy of Major Sporting Events “Just a person in a wee flat”: Being Displaced by the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow's East End Olympian …
L Porter, M Jaconelli, J Cheyne, D Eby, H Wagenaar
Planning Theory & Practice 10 (3), 395-418, 2009
Whose urban renaissance?
L Porter
Routledge, 2009
Metropolitan planning and resilience thinking: A practitioner’s perspective
C Wilkinson, L Porter, J Colding
Critical Planning 17 (17), 2-20, 2010
Indigenous recognition in state-based planning systems: Understanding textual mediation in the contact zone
J Barry, L Porter
Planning Theory 11 (2), 170-187, 2012
By any means necessary: Urban regeneration and the “state of exception” in Glasgow's Commonwealth Games 2014
N Gray, L Porter
Antipode 47 (2), 380-400, 2015
Planning for coexistence?: Recognizing Indigenous rights through land-use planning in Canada and Australia
L Porter, J Barry
Routledge, 2016
Planning the cultural quarter in Birmingham's Eastside
L Porter, A Barber
European planning studies 15 (10), 1327-1348, 2007
Applying the resilience perspective to planning: Critical thoughts from theory and practice
S Davoudi, L Porter
Planning Theory & Practice 13 (2), 299-333, 2012
Possessory politics and the conceit of procedure: Exposing the cost of rights under conditions of dispossession
L Porter
Planning Theory 13 (4), 387-406, 2014
Coexistence in cities: The challenge of Indigenous urban planning in the twenty-first century
L Porter
Walking Backwards into the Future: Indigenous Approaches to Community and …, 2013
The meaning of place and state‐led gentrification in Birmingham’s Eastside
L Porter, A Barber
City 10 (2), 215-234, 2006
Urbanizing settler-colonial studies: Introduction to the special issue
L Porter, O Yiftachel
Settler Colonial Studies 9 (2), 177-186, 2019
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