Invited Speakers, Panelists & Paper Presenters

  • Richard Amore, Graduate Student, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.  Where Content Transcends Form.
  • Lyle Bicknell, City Design, City of Seattle DCLU, Seattle, WA. Seattle’s Green Street Program: A Twenty Year Retrospective.
  • Gaye Birol, Res. Assist., Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering & Architecture, Balikesir, TURKEY.  Against the Décor of “Nomadic-Modernity”. Urban-architectural Education within a Small Anatolian Town.
  • Charles C. Bohl, Faculty/Director, Knight Program in Community Building, School of Architecture, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL.  Place Making: Developing Town Centers. Panel: Are Public Places Essential for Creating Community?
  • Richard P. Browne, PE, APA, President, Richard P. Browne & Assoc., The Woodlands, TX. Research Professor, University of Houston, TX, USA. City and Community Building in the 21st. Century.
  • Murat Çetin, Asst. Prof. Dr., Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering & Architecture, Balikesir, TURKEY.  Against the Décor of “Nomadic-Modernity”. Urban-architectural Education within a Small Anatolian Town.
  • Shannon M. Chance, Assistant Professor of Architecture, Hampton University, Hampton, VA.  Urban Waterfront Design in Second Year Architecture Studio.
  • David Cloutier, Executive Director, Cultural Council for Monterey County, Carmel, CA. The Festival as a Catalyst for Community Cohesion & Cultural Understanding. Panel: Are Public Places Essential for Creating Community?
  • John Clubbe, Professor Emeritus, Department of English, University of Kentucky. Santa Fe, NM. Introduction to Santa Fe.
  • Joe Colistra, in situ DESIGN, Denver, CO. EXHIBIT: Community Participation in Urban Design: Champa Terrace, Curtis Park Neighborhood, Denver, CO.
  • Steve Coyle, AIA, Affordable Housing Strategies, Lennertz, Coyle & Associates, Portland, OR. Creating New Affordable Neighborhoods.
  • Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Ph.D.(Arch.), Director & Conference Organizer, International Making Cities Livable Conferences, Carmel, CA, USA.  Welcome.  The Livable City: Learning from the Best Examples.  The European Square & the Rise of Democracy. Principles of Public Space Design. The DNA of a Healthy City. Panel Discussion: Teaching the Livable City. Panel Discussion: The Good City for Children.
  • Diane D. Denish, Lieutenant Governor, State of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM. Welcome
  • Hanna Domagala, M.Arch. Kitchener, ON, CANADA.  The European Square: Freedom Square, Wroclaw, Poland: a City Core Periphery Space.
  • Thomas A. Dutton, Professor & Director, Miami University Center for Community Engagement, Department of Architecture & Interior Design, Miami University, Oxford, OH. Framing Counterspaces in the Inner City.
  • Hazel Ruth Edwards, Ph.D., AICP, Assistant Professor, Graduate Program in City & Regional Planning, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD.  Reintroducing Residential Character.
  • Mostafa El Araby, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES.  Examining the Visual Image of Al Ain City, UAE.
  • Andreas Feldtkeller, Director of Planning & Restoration, City of Tübingen, Tübingen, GERMANY.  Panel: What Public Space is all About. Panel: The Good City for Children. 
  • David Evan Glasser, FAIA, Professor, Steven Anderson Chair, Director, Community Design Center, School of Architecture, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR.  A Tale of Two Cities.
  • B. J. Harris, Green product expert & Interior Designer, Santa Fe, NM.  Designing With Land as an Equal Partner.
  • Sallie Hood, Sakal & Hood, Chicago, IL.  Designing for Public Life. EXHIBIT: Fix the Worst First. Moderator: Urban Design Strategies. Moderator: Santa Fe Issues.
  • Ken M. Hughes, AICP, Local Government Division, Santa Fe, NM. A Back to the Future Approach for Revitalizing Public Spaces.
  • Alexandra Jenkins, Graduate Student, School of Architecture, University of Waterloo, Kitchener, ON, CANADA.  Waterloo Matrix.
  • Ferdinand S. Johns, AIA, Professor, School of Architecture, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT. Community Participation in Alternative Future Growth Strategies: Manhattan, MT.  Moderator: Improving Urban Spaces. Moderator: A Spatio-Temporal Model for Design in Architecture & Urbanism.
  • Jan Kindel, Consultant/Facilitator, Santa Fe, NM.  Designing With Land as an Equal Partner.
  • Catherine Anne Kueffer, Huntsville, TX.  Sustainable Architecture & Culture of Place.
  • William C. Kueffer, Architect, Former Director of Planning & Land Use, Santa Fe, NM. Santa Fe’s Plaza.
  • Charlene Marie LeBleu, Graduate Student, Landscape Architecture, Auburn University, Columbus, GA.  A River Runs Through it No More: Evaluating the Human-Nature Relationshiop of the Urban Stream.
  • Henry L. Lennard, Ph.D., Chairman, Advisory Board, Organizer, International Making Cities Livable Conferences, Carmel, CA. Formerly, Professor of Medical Sociology and Psychiatry, University of California San Francisco.  The Livable City: Learning from the Best Examples.  The Livable City: Principles & Values.  Panel Discussion: The Good City for Children. Panel Discussion: Are Public Places (Squares, Town Centers) Essential for Creating Community?
  • Mustafa M. Letaim, Ph.D., MSc. Arch., Professor, Department of Architecture & Urban Planning, Faculty of Engineering, Al-Fateh University, Tripoli, LIBYA.  The Concept of the Identity of Place.
  • Carol Robertson Lopez, Mayor Pro-Tem, Santa Fe, NM. Welcome.
  • Michael Lykoudis, Chair, Department of Architecture, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.  Panel: Teaching the Livable City. Moderator: Innovative Teaching Methods.
  • Stephanie Macari, Senior Planner, City of Atlanta Current Planning, Atlanta, GA. EXHIBITOR: Community Participation in Planning & Urban Design: Hamilton E. Holmes Livable Centers Initiative.
  • Linda MacIntyre, Planner, Commercial Resources Division, NM State Land Office, Santa Fe, NM. Santa Fe County Community College District. EXHIBIT: Santa Fe County Community College District.
  • Thomas Martineau, Professor of Architecture, Florida A & M University, Tallahassee, FL, USA. Munich’s Marienplatz. Moderator: Community Participation. Moderator: Respecting Regional & Local Character. Panel: Teaching the Livable City. Panel: The Good City for Children.
  • Bob Morrow, Former Mayor, City of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON, CANADA. Welcome. Moderator: Cities that Function for People: Making Houston Livable.  Moderator: Affordable Housing.
  • Ian Napier, Hon. Secretary, Pedestrian Council of Australia, AUSTRALIA. Panel: The Good City for Children.
  • Faith Okuma, Design Workshop Inc., Denver, CO.  Santa Fe County Community College District. EXHIBIT: Santa Fe County Community College District
  • Wolf Pearlman, Professor, Department of Architecture, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Technion City, Haifa, ISRAEL.  Spatio-Temporal Model for Design in Architecture & Urbanism.
  • Sue Ann Pemberton-Haugh, AIA, Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX. Affordable Housing Dies Not Equate to Poor Design. EXHIBIT: Architecture, Neighborhood Identity & Design Guidelines.
  • William T. Perks, William T. Perks & Associates, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Environmental Design, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, CANADA.  EXHIBIT: Sustainable Community Design Innovation & Consumer Receptivity Testing.
  • Jane Petchesky, Santa Fe, NM.  Designing With Land as an Equal Partner.
  • John Peterson, AIA, Founder & Chairman, Public Architecture, San Francisco, CA. SoMa Open Space Strategy.
  • Joanne Poirier, arch OAQ, Director, Urban Planning & Services to Business, Borough of Westmount, Westmount, QC, CANADA.  Managing Westmount’s Distinctive Built & Natural Environment.
  • Ron Sakal, Sakal & Hood, Chicago, IL. Alternatives to Boilerplate Solutions. Moderator: Visual Image & Concept of Place.
  • Ted Sawruck, Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, Hampton University, Hampton, VA.  Knowing Your Neighborhood Architecture Day Camp.
  • Roger Schluntz, Dean, School of Architecture & Planning, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.  Welcome. Panel: Teaching the Livable City.
  • Antonio Serrato-Combe, Professor, Graduate School of Architecture, The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. Architecture & City Identity: Urban Design in Pre-Columbian America. What Can We Learn?
  • Judy Sgro, Member of Parliament, York West, Chair, Prime Minister’s Caucus Task Force on Urban Issues, House of Commons, Ottawa, CANADA. The Work of the Prime Minister’s Caucus Task Force on Urban Issues.
  • Ben K. Shacklette, AIA, Assistant Professor of Architecture, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. Regional Synthesis & Neighborhood Identity. Process, Form & Meaning in Santa Fe Vernacular Architecture.
  • Bill Steiner, Director, Community Builders, Columbia, SC. Community Participation in Planning & Urban Design. Case Study – Hilton Head Island Native Residents.
  • Kay Sullivan, Town Founder of Winthrop, Brandon, FL. Panel: The Good City for Children.
  • Sam Sutton, Permaculturist & Landscape Architect, Santa Fe, NM.  Designing With Land as an Equal Partner.
  • James T. Tice, Associate Professor of Architecture, School of Architecture & Allied Arts, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.  Federal Courthouse District Urban Design Plan, Eugene, Oregon.
  • Mary-Ellen M. Tyler, Dr., Dean, Faculty of Environmental Design, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, CANADA.  EXHIBIT: Sustainable Community Design Innovation & Consumer Receptivity Testing.
  • Sven von Ungern-Sternberg, Dr.,  Regierungspräsident (Governor), State of South Baden, Freiburg, GERMANY. Welcome. 
  • Flor M. Velarde, Bureau of Planning, City of Atlanta, GA. EXHIBIT: Community Participation in Planning & Urban Design: Hamilton E. Holmes Livable Centers Initiative
  • Kate Wingert-Playdon, Professor, Architecture Program, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.  Language, Place, Architecture: Community & Cultural Conservation at Acoma.