Jason Luger

Jason Luger is a lecturer in City and Regional Planning at UC Berkeley, College of Environmental Design and an urban geographer. His academic research focuses on the production of urban space and urban spatial politics. He has also been a planning and economic development practitioner, working in the public and private sectors in the United States and globally. He is the co-editor of the book “Art and the City” (Routledge, 2017) and has authored more than a dozen peer reviewed publications. At UC Berkeley, he teaches the undergraduate courses “Introduction to City Planning CP110”, and “The Urban Community, CP118AC”. He also has taught in urban studies at the University of San Francisco and San Francisco State University.

Courses taught by Jason Luger

Introduction to City Planning 1: Ancient Times to the Modern Age (7,500 BC to 1900)

This course explores the development of the city, and city planning, from ancient times until the birth of the modern city. Learn about key developments, innovations and debates in early planning.

53 Mins

Introduction to City Planning 2: Modern Ideas of City Planning (1900-1939)

Explore the development of the city and city planning from 1900 to the outbreak of World War II in 1939.

49 Mins