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Jane Jacobs and the Fight for Livable Cities
AIA CES program ID: GMG.0014
Approved LUs: .25 LU|Elective
Program level: Entry
Advance learner preparation: None
Join the She Builds Podcast as they explore the fascinating life and groundbreaking work of Jane Jacobs, a legendary urbanist, activist, and author. Listeners will learn about Jacobs' early career as a writer and her evolution into a fierce critic of urban planning policies that neglected the needs of communities. From her influential book, "The Death and Life of Great American Cities," to her tireless advocacy for livable neighborhoods, Jacobs' ideas and activism continue to inspire urban planners, architects, and activists around the world. Whether you're a seasoned architect or just curious about the built environment around you, this episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in the power of visionary women to transform our world.
- Identify Jane Jacobs' early career as a writer and how it influenced her later work as an urbanist and activist.
- Explain how Jacobs' critical perspective on urban planning policies led to the development of her influential book, "The Death and Life of Great American Cities".
- Analyze the impact of Jacobs' advocacy for livable neighborhoods on urban planning practices and communities worldwide.
- Evaluate the significance of Jacobs' life and work as a pioneering woman in the fields of urban planning, architecture, and activism.
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