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Report from the 2019th Association of European Schools of Planning Annual Conference: 9-13 July 2019, Venice, Italy. / Schwake, Gabriel.

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abstract = "The 2019th AESOP conference took place in Venice, on 9–13 of July. This year{\textquoteright}s conference consisted of five intensive days that included more than 100 different panels, which consisted of thematic and special sessions, roundtables, discussions and poster presentations. Overall, more than 1000 scholars attended the 2019 AESOP, representing almost 100 different institutions word wide. The 2019th conference was overall a stimulating and intriguing event, which was further enhanced by the city of Venice, the chosen venues and the evident organization. One could only hope that future conferences will continue to embrace the same level, depth and diversity of topics, while encouraging a wider and more critical approach to the question of planning history.",
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