Latin Lab Publications


Clara Irazábal. "Beyond ‘Latino New Urbanism’: Advocating Ethnurbanisms" Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability (special issue on Latino Urbanism: Placemaking in 21st Century American Cities), vol 5, n 2/3, 2012, 241-268. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17549175.2012.701817

Clara Irazábal and Gabriel Fumero. “El Movimiento Ocupa Wall Street: Lecciones de Movimientos Latinoamericanos y de Derechos de los Inmigrantes en EEUU,” Urban NS03, 2012, 141-153. http://www.aq.upm.es/Departamentos/Urbanismo/publicaciones/urban_NS03_10.html

Clara Irazábal. “Transnational Planning: Reconfiguring Spaces and Institutions.” In Stefan Krätke, Kathrin Wildner and Stephan Lanz (eds.). Transnationalism and Urbanism. London, New York: Routledge / Taylor & Francis Group, 2012, 72-90.

Clara Irazábal and Ramzi Farhat. “Historical Overview of Latinos and Planning in the Southwest: 1900 to the Present.” In Michael Rios and Leonardo Vazquez, with Lucrezia Miranda (eds.). Diálogos: Placemaking in Latino Communities. London, New York: Routledge / Taylor & Francis Group, 2012, 23-35.

Susan C. Harris and Clara Irazábal. “Transforming Subjectivities: Service that Expands Learning in Urban Planning.” In Tom Angotti, Cheryl S. Doble, and Paula Horrigan (Eds.). Service-Learning in Design and Planning: Educating at the Boundaries. Oakland, CA: New Village Press, 2012, 107-124.

Genevieve Carpio, Clara Irazábal, and Laura Pulido. “Right to the Suburb? In Paul Kantor and Dennis Judd (eds.) American Urban Politics in a Global Age: The Reader, 7/e. Pearson Education, 2013: 251-275.

Clara Irazábal (professor, editor) et al. “Porto Maravilha: Planning for Inclusive Communities in Rio de Janeiro’s Port Area.” Urban Planning Studio, Columbia University, Spring 2012. 91 pp. http://www.arch.columbia.edu/files/gsapp/imceshared/lld2117/1_RioStudio2012_FinalReport_interactive.pdf

Alejandro de Castro. “House Building Industries: Latin America.” In: Susan J. Smith, Marja Elsinga, Lorna Fox O’Mahony, Ong Seow Eng, Susan Wachter, Sasha Tsenkova, editors. International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Vol 3. Oxford: Elsevier; 2012. pp. 195–202.


Genevieve Carpio, Clara Irazábal, and Laura Pulido. “The Right to the Suburb: Immigration Policies in Southern California.
Source: Journal of Urban Affairs, Volume 33, Issue 2, pages 185–208, May 2011
Surajit Chakravarty and Clara Irazábal. “Golden Geese or White Elephants? The Paradoxes of World Heritage Sites and Community-Based Tourism Development in Agra, India.” Source: Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society 42, Issue 3, 2011
Susan C. Harris and Clara Irazábal. “Erasing Boundaries, Transforming Subjectivities: Service-Learning and Urban Planning Pedagogy.”
Book chapter in Service-Learning in Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning. New Village Press. Paula H. Horrigan, Cheryl Doble and Tom Angotti
Stephanie Kotin, Grace R. Dyrness and Clara Irazábal. “Immigration and Integration: Religious and Political Activism for/with Immigrants in Los Angeles.” Progress in Development Studies 11(4), 2011, 263-284.
Clara Irazábal. “Development and Cooperation at a Crossroads: Between Shattered Dreams and a Just World.” In Carmen Mendoza, Mbongeni Ngulube, and Raquel Colacios (eds.). Reflections on Development and Cooperation. Program of Development and Cooperation at Universitat Internacional de Calalunya, 2011, 3-6.
Clara Irazábal. “Ethnoscapes.” In Tridib Banerjee and Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris (eds.). Companion to Urban Design: Routledge Companions. London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2011, 562-573.


Clara Irazábal. “Ethnoscapes”
Source: Book chapter in Urban Design: Roots, Influences, and Trends: The Routledge Companion to Urban Design. Routledge. Eds. Tridib Banerjee and Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris
Clara Irazábal and Ramzi Farhat. “Historical Overview of Latino Community Planning: Culture, Economy, and Governance in a Spatial Perspective.”
Source: Book chapter in Placemaking in Latino Communities: Space, Action, Identity. Routledge. Eds. Michael Rios and Leonardo Vazquez
Clara Irazábal. “Transnational Planning: Spaces and Institutions.”
Source: Book chapter in The Transnationality of Cities. Vidriana University, Germany. Eds. Kathrin Wildner and Stephan Lanz
A. Reem Bani-Hashim, Clara Irazábal, and Greta Byrum. “The Scheherazade Syndrome: Fiction and Fact in Dubai’s Quest to Become a Global City”
Source: Architecture Theory Review 15(2), 2010, 210-231
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:11828

Macarena Gómez-Barris and Clara Irazábal. “Transnational Meanings of La Virgen de Guadalupe: Religiosity, Space and Culture at Plaza Mexico.”
Source: Culture and Religion 10(3), 2010, 339-357
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:11829
Clara Irazábal and Grace R. Dyrness. “Promised Land? Immigration, Religiosity, and Space in Southern California.”
Source: Space and Culture 13(4), 2010, 1-20 
URL: http://sac.sagepub.com/content/13/4/356.abstract?rss=1

Clara Irazábal and John Foley. “Reflections on the Venezuelan Transition from a Capitalist Representative Democracy to a Socialist Participatory Democracy: What are Planners to Do?”
Source: Latin American Perspectives 37(1), 2010, 97-122
URL: http://lap.sagepub.com/content/37/1/97.full.pdf+html
Clara Irazábal. “Planning by Transnational Institutions: Can Big Be Beautiful?”
Source: Progressive Planning, 183, Spring 2010: 4-7
URL: http://www.plannersnetwork.org/publications/mag_2010_2_spring.html
Clara Irazábal. “Urban Environmental Challenges: Climate Disruption in Latin America and the Caribbean” (in Spanish, “Retos Urbano Ambientales: Disturbio Climático en América Latina y el Caribe”). One of five Conceptual Documents prepared as inputs for the first issue of the State of Affairs in Cities of Latin America and the Caribbean; in Spanish, Estado de las Ciudades de America Latina y el Caribe. United Nations-HABITAT Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, 2010.
URL: http://academiccommons.columbia.edu/catalog/ac:132202
Clara Irazábal. Immigration and Integration in Urban Communities: Renegotiating the City (Hanley, Lisa, Ruble, Blair, and Allison Garland (eds.). Washington DC and Baltimore: Woodrow Wilson Center Press and The John Hopkins University Press). Canadian Journal of Urban Research (CJUR), 19: 1, pp. 109-11, 2010.
Clara Irazábal and Juan Carlos Rodríguez. “’Made in Venezuela’: The Invention of a Neo‐Socialist City in the Times of Neoliberal Crisis.” Proceedings of “The Utopia of Tradition”: 12th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review 2010, 48-49.