From annual journals, periodic papers, and occasional special books, publications at Taubman College serve as a lasting record of the work, activities, and conversations at the college.
Agora Journal of Urban Planning and Design is an award-winning, student-run, peer-reviewed publication published annually by students in the urban and regional planning, urban design, and real estate certificate programs.
Agora spotlights topics of urbanism, design, planning practice, and policy evaluation through a wide variety of perspectives and media, including student work from a wide range of disciplines. The journal provides an opportunity for campus community members to share perspectives on various urban issues, including those that affect the region, the state, and the planet.
Dimensions is the annual, student-produced journal of architecture at the University of Michigan. It seeks to contribute to the critical discourse of architectural education by documenting the most compelling work produced by its students, faculty, fellows, and visiting lecturers. Dimensions solicits work each fall for inclusion in the upcoming volume, designed and produced during the academic year with the guidance of a faculty advisor.