Taubman College

Faculty Directory

Teaching Areas:

  • Planning Politics
  • Regionalism
  • Nature and Culture

Phil D'Anieri teaches upper-level undergraduate courses for Taubman College and for LSA's Program in the Environment. A former journalist, legislative policy analyst, and grantmaker, he received his Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning from Michigan in 2007.

His research has focused on the politics of planning at the metropolitan scale, including a historical case study of Detroit. He is currently researching the history of the Appalachian Trail.

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Faculty Full-Time in the Urban and Regional Planning Program

David Bieri Harley Etienne Jonathan Levine
Scott Campbell Robert Goodspeed Richard Norton
Lan Deng Joe Grengs Ana Paula Pimentel Walker
Margaret Dewar Lesli Hoey June Manning Thomas
Eric Dueweke Larissa Larsen  

Faculty Part-Time in the Urban and Regional Planning Program

María Arquero de Alarcón Kimberley Kinder Monica Ponce de Leon
Robert Fishman Lucas Owen Kirkpatrick David Thacher
Douglas Kelbaugh Martin Murray  

Lecturers Part-Time in the Urban and Regional Planning Program

Peter Allen Paul Fontaine Julie Steiff
Philip D'Anieri Jeffrey Kahan  

Affiliated Faculty

Barry N. Checkoway Lidia Kostyniuk Matthew Lassiter

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List of Urban Planning faculty by area of concentration (PDF 196KB)