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    Erin Sharp Newton
    Jun 7, '24 11:06 PM EST

    CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS for Volume 9 :“Urban Landscapes for Mental Health: Intersections and Connections between Wisdom and Innovation in Design"

    The Journal of Urban Design and Mental Health is an open-access, peer-reviewed online journal exploring the links between urban design and mental health. This journal aims to share compelling ideas and evidence-based practical recommendations across the disciplines to inspire research where there are gaps, to bring new perspectives, and to help drive the implementation of good ideas on the ground. Academics of all disciplines, as well as architects, psychologists, landscape architects, urban planners, geographers, engineers, developers, and people working in any other relevant disciplines, are invited to contribute.

    Explore the intersections between urban design, urban planning, landscape design, architecture and mental health, with a particular focus on historical insights, theoretical frameworks, innovative design strategies, and empirical research that align with the proposed theme of “Urban Landscapes for Mental Health: Intersections and Connections between Wisdom and Innovation in Design".  Emphasis is placed on contributions that draw upon historical knowledge, conceptualize theoretical paradigms, propose avant-garde design methodologies, and present rigorously conducted empirical or evidence-based analysis. 

    Scholars are encouraged to submit original research articles, theoretical essays, and review papers that offer insightful analysis and discussion of how historical perspectives on urban design can inform modern innovations tailored to promote mental well-being in urban settings. The objective of this call is to compile a diverse array of scholarly works that elevate discourse in the field and pave the way for practical applications conducive to healthier urban environments.

    Submission deadline: 15 December 2024

    READ MORE: https://www.urbandesignmentalh...

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