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Home of the Carolina Planning Journal: New East Building. Photo Credit: Mia Candy.

The Carolina Planning Journal and our blog, ∆NGLES, are housed in the Department of City and Regional Planning at UNC-Chapel Hill. We are the oldest student-run planning journal in the nation, founded in 1974.

On May 2nd, we released Volume 48 – URBAN ANALYTICS: CAPABILITIES AND CRITIQUES. See the Subscriptions page to order a copy, or view it online here.

September 15th is the deadline to submit proposals for our upcoming Volume 49 – EVERYDAY LIFE AND THE POLITICS OF PLACE. See the News page for more information.


Mission: The Carolina Planning Journal provides a high-quality forum for planners, academics, and students to discuss challenges and strategies for planning in North Carolina, the South, and beyond.

Vision: The Carolina Planning Journal aims to generate cutting-edge content, inspire practitioners through examples from other places, help students learn from real-world insights, and bring timely research from the university to the planning community.

You can reach us via email at or by mail at:

Carolina Planning Journal
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
CB #3140, New East
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3140