The Berkeley Planning Journal is a peer-reviewed publication produced since 1985 by Ph.D. students in the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley. The journal's mission is to offer innovative and research-oriented articles written by emerging scholars. Read the current issue here.
The Urban Fringe is a space of exchange and dialogue between students and Berkeley Planning Journal readers, exploring planning-related issues from a range of perspectives — from transportation, housing, urban design and land-use policy to political science, economics, communications and film. Students are invited to submit short pieces on studio projects, client reports and internship projects, which are published on a rolling basis as an online complement to the annual publication of the Berkeley Planning Journal.