Note: If you can’t find a publication via the links below some are indexed on Harvard’s DASH web site and others are at Google Scholar, ResearchGate and My Bibliography. Additional tools, manuals, and methods publications are elsewhere on the site.
2020 and beyond
2020 Forthcoming, A. Forsyth, and J. Molinsky. What is Aging in Place? Confusions and Contradictions. Housing Policy Debate.
2020 Forthcoming, C Guan and A. Forsyth. Neighborhood, Urban Form, and Individual Influences on Active Transport in Chengdu, China. Journal of Transport and Land Use.
2020 Forthcoming, H.Y. Kan, A. Forsyth, and J. Molinsky. Measuring the Built Environment for Aging in Place: a Review of Neighborhood Audit Tools. Journal of Planning Literature. [Abstract]
2020 Forthcoming, R. Peiser and A. Forsyth eds. New Towns for the Twenty-First Century: A Guide to Planned Communities Worldwide. Philadelphia: Penn Press.
2020 Forthcoming, R.Peiser and A. Forsyth. New Towns in a New Era: The Futures of New Town. In R. Peiser and A. Forsyth eds. New Towns for the Twenty-First Century. Philadelphia: Penn Press
2020 Forthcoming, A. Forsyth and R.Peiser. Toward 21st Century New Towns In R. Peiser and A. Forsyth eds. New Towns for the Twenty-First Century. Philadelphia: Penn Press.
2020 Forthcoming, A. Forsyth. The Promises and Pitfalls of New Towns. In R. Peiser and A. Forsyth eds. New Towns for the Twenty-First Century. Philadelphia: Penn Press.
2020 Forthcoming, A. Forsyth. Nature in New Towns. In R. Peiser and A. Forsyth eds. New Towns for the Twenty-First Century. Philadelphia: Penn Press.
2020 Forthcoming, A. Tanaka and A. Forsyth. Inventory. In R. Peiser and A. Forsyth eds. New Towns for the Twenty-First Century. Philadelphia: Penn Press.
2020 Forthcoming, A. Forsyth. Enriching Places for Longevity: Does a Gender Perspective Make a Difference? In T. Haas and M. Schwab eds. Urban Disclosures and Cities for All. Bristol: Bristol University Press/Policy Press.
2020 A. Forsyth. Feature “What role do planning and design play in a pandemic? Feature, Harvard GSD Website. Reprinted in Green Builder 2020.
2020 A. Forsyth. Speaking to the Future: COVID-19 and the Planning Community. Journal of the American Planning Association 86, 3. [Open Access]
2020 A. Forsyth. In Defense of the Generalist Journal: Speaking Beyond Silos. Journal of the American Planning Association 86, 2. [Open Access]
2020 A. Forsyth. A Point of View in Planning. Journal of the American Planning Association 86, 1. [Open access]
2019 A. Forsyth, Toward the Negotiated City, Review of L. Cohen, Saving America’s Cities: Ed Logue and the Struggle to Renew Urban America in the Suburban Age (2019). Harvard Magazine September-October.
2019 A. Forsyth. Scholarly Publication in an Information Age. Journal of the American Planning Association 85, 4: 389-392. [Open access]
2019 A. Forsyth. Linking Research and Practice in Planning (editorial). Journal of the American Planning Association 85, 2: 81-82. [Open access.]
Reprinted in revised form as Linking Research and Planning Practice, Planning Magazine, April 2019.
2019 A. Forsyth review of B. Ryan. The Largest Art: A Measured Manifesto for a Plural Urbanism (2017), Journal of Urban Affairs 41, 6: 869-870..[Free reprint–100 total.]
2019 A Forsyth, H.Y. Kan, J. Molinsky. Improving housing and neighborhoods for the vulnerable: older people, small households, urban design, and planning Urban Design International 24, 3: 171-186. https://rdcu.be/bNW1y [Open access]
Forthcoming, Chinese translation by Y.Yifan, in International Urban Planning, 2020.
2019, A. Forsyth and R. Pesier. The British New Towns: Lessons for the World from the New Town Experiment. Town Planning Review 90, 3: 239-246..
2019 J. Molinsky, C. Herbert, and A. Forsyth, Housing and Planning Supporting Healthy Aging. P. Coll ed. Healthy Aging – A Complete Guide to Clinical Management. New York: Springer International Publishing.
2018 J. Molinsky and A. Forsyth. Housing, the Built Environment, and the Good Life. Hastings Center Report September-October: s50-s56. [Open access]
2018 S. Balakrishnan and A. Forsyth. Qualitative Research Methods. In N. Green Leigh, S.P. French, S. Guhathakurta, and B.S. Stiftel. International Handbook of Planning Education. New York: Routledge.
2018 A. Forsyth. Utopias Revisited, Review of R. Wakeman, Practicing Utopia: An Intellectual History of the New Town Movement (2016) and M.J. Lewis City of Refuge: Separatists and Utopian Town Planning (2016). Journal of Planning History 17, 4: 345-349.
2018 A. Forsyth. Evidence-based Practice: Challenges in a Changing World. In T. Beatley, C. Jones, and R. Rainey eds, Healthy Environments, Healing Spaces: Current Practices and Future Directions in Health, City Planning, and Design. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press.
Chinese translation by L. Wang, Journal of Urban and Regional Planning (2018).
2018 A. Forsyth, Congested Cities vs. Sprawl Makes You Fat: Unpacking the Health Effects of Planning Density, Town Planning Review. 89, 4: 333-354.
2017 A. Forsyth. Foreword: Interconnected Planning. In N. Sipe and K. Vella eds. Handbook of Australian Urban and Regional Planning. London: Routledge.
2017 H.Y. Kan, A. Forsyth, and P. Rowe. Redesigning China’s Superblock Neighborhoods: Policies, Opportunities, and Challenges. Journal of Urban Design 22, 6: 257-277. [Abstract] [Free reprint–total 100]
2017 A. Forsyth, E. Salomon, and L. Smead. Creating Healthy Neighborhoods: Evidence-based Planning and Design Strategies. Chicago: APA Planners Press/Routledge. [Link]
EDRA/Places Great Places Book Award (2018); Chinese translation by C. Chen under contract (China Construction Industry Press, 2020).
2016 P. Rowe, A. Forsyth, and Har Ye Kan. China’s Urban Communities: Concepts, Contexts, and Well-being. Berlin: Birkhäuser.
2016 A. Forsyth, Review of Jonathan Barnett and Larry Beasley. 2015. Ecodesign for Cities and Suburbs. Journal of Urban Design.
2016 A. Forsyth, C. Brennan, N. Escobedo, and M. Scott. Revitalizing Places: Improving Housing and Neighborhoods from Block to Metropolis/Revitalizando Ciudades: Mejorando Viviendas y Barrios desde la Cuadra a la Metrópolis. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Design. In English and Spanish.
2016 A. Forsyth, L. Asensio, H. Y. Kan, D. Mah with J. Kollar, X. Li and H. Yang. A Timeline of Public Health and the Built Environment. In D. Mah and L. Ascencio Villoria eds. Life-Styled: Health and Places. Berlin: Jovis.
2016 A. Forsyth. When Public Health and Planning Closely Intersected: Five Moments; Five Strategies, plus several large photos. In D. Mah and L. Ascencio Villoria eds. Life-Styled: Health and Places. Berlin: Jovis.
2015 A. Forsyth and J.M. Oakes. Cycling, the Built Environment, and Health: Results of a Midwestern Study. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 15, 1: 49-58. [Free reprint–50 total] [Dash version.]
2015 A. Forsyth. Review of Giles Atkinson, Simon Dietz, Eric Neumayer, and Matthey Agarwala eds. 2014. Handbook of Sustainable Development. Second Edition. Journal of the American Planning Association 81, 1: 35.
2015 A. Forsyth. Review of Urban Design Associates, The Urban Design Handbook: Techniques and Working Methods (2013), Second Edition. Journal of the American Planning Association 80, 4: 448-449.
2015 A. Forsyth. Commentary. In George W. McCarthy, Gregory K. Ingram, and Samuel A. Moody eds. Land and the City. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
2015 A. Forsyth, M. Wall, T. Choo, N. Larson, D. Van Riper, D. Neumark-Sztainer. Perceived and Police-Reported Neighborhood Crime: Linkages to Adolescent Activity Behaviors and Weight Status. Journal of Adolescent Health 57, 2: 222-228.
2015 A. Forsyth. Holistic Planning. Harvard Design Magazine. 40: 7.
2014 A. Forsyth and M. Oakes. Workplace Neighborhoods, Walking, Physical Activity, Weight Status, and Perceived Health. Transportation Research Record 2452: 98-104. [Dash version.]
2014 J.M. Berge., M. Wall., N. Larson, A. Forsyth, K. W. Bauer, D. Neumark-Sztainer. Youth Dietary Intake and Weight Status: Healthful Neighborhood Food Environments Enhance the Protective role of Supportive Family Home Environments. Health and Place 26: 69-77. [Dash version.]
Reprinted in revised form as Six Types of High Technology Districts in Infinite Suburbia 2017, MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism eds. Princeton: Princeton Architectural Press.
2014 Health and Places Initiative (Principal Investigator).
A. Forsyth, ed. Health Assessment series (Contributors A. Forsyth, L. Smead, E. Salomon, and others).
A. Forsyth and L. Smead, eds. Research Brief series. (Contributors L:Smead and others).
2013 M.O. Hearst, J.R. Sirard, A. Forsyth, E.D. Parker, E.G. Klein, C.G. Green, L.A. Lytle. The Relationship of Area Deprivation, Individual-level SES and Walking Behavior Among Adults. Transportation Research Part A 50: 149-157. [Dash version.]
2013 A Forsyth. Review of A. Bamberg, Chatham Village: Pittsburgh Garden City (2011). Journal of Urban Design 18. 1: 166-167.
To be reprinted in revised form as What is a Suburb? In The Routledge Companion to the Suburbs (2018), B Hanlon and T Vicinio eds. New York: Routledge.
2012 A. Forsyth. Alternative Cultures in Planning Research: From Extending Scientific Frontiers to Exploring Enduring Questions. Journal of Planning Education and Research 32, 2: 160-168. [Dash version.]
2012 A. Forsyth, K. Krizek, A. Agrawal, E. Stonebreaker. Reliability Testing of the PABS (Pedestrian and Bicycling Survey) Method. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 9, 5: 677-688. [Dash version.]
2012 A. Forsyth, A. Agrawal, K. Krizek. Simple, Inexpensive Approach to Sampling for Pedestrian and Bicycle Surveys. Transportation Research Record 2299: 22-30. [Dash version.]
2012 K. McDonald, J.M. Oakes, A. Forsyth. Effect of Street Connectivity and Density on Adult BMI: Results from the Twin Cities Walking Study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 66, 7: 636-640. [Dash version.]
2012 A. Forsyth, M. Wall, N. Larson, D. Neumark-Sztainer, M. Story. Do Adolescents Who Live or Go to School Near Fast-Food Restaurants Eat More Frequently From Fast Food Restaurants? Health and Place 18: 1261-1269. [Dash version.]
2012 A. Forsyth, D. Van Riper, N. Larson, M. Wall, D. Neumark-Sztainer. Creating a Replicable, Cross-Platform Buffering Technique: The Sausage Network Buffer for Measuring Food and Physical Activity Built Environments. International Journal of Health Geographics. 11:14. http://www.ij-healthgeographics.com/content/11/1/14.
2012 M. Wall, N. Larson, A. Forsyth, D.C. Van Riper, D. Graham. M. Story, D. Neumark-Sztainer. Patterns of Obesogenic Neighborhood Features and Adolescent Weight: A Comparison of Statistical Approaches. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 42, 5: e65-e75. [Dash version.]
2012 K. McDonald , M. Hearst, K. Farbakhsh, C. Heitzler, A. Forsyth, J. Sirard, L. Lytle. Adolescent physical activity and the built environment: A latent class analysis approach. Health and Place 18, 2: 191-198. Also here. [Dash version.]
2011 A. Forsyth and K. Crewe. Finding Common Ground in the Metropolis: Planned Residential Enclaves as Connection or Exclusion? Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 28, 1: 58-75.
2011 M. Boarnet, A. Forsyth, K. Day, and J.M. Oakes. The Street Level Built Environment and Physical Activity And Walking: Results of a Predictive Validity Study for the Irvine Minnesota Inventory. Environment and Behavior 43, 6: 735-775.
2011 J. Sirard, A. Forsyth, J.M. Oakes, K. H. Schmitz. Accelerometer Test-Retest Reliability by Data Processing Algorithms: Results from the Twin Cities Walking Study. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 8: 668-674.
2011 A. Forsyth and K. Krizek. Urban Design: Is there a Distinctive View from the Bicycle? Journal of Urban Design 16, 4: 531-549. [Free reprint]
2011 G. Nicholls, B. Raye, A. Forsyth, Lessons from the Corridor Development Initiative, Progressive Planning 186 (a revised version of a 2010 JUD article).
2011 A. Forsyth. Queerying Planning Practice: Understanding Non-Conformist Populations In P. Doan ed. Queerying Planning. Farnham: Ashgate.
2011 A. Forsyth. Planned Communities and New Towns. In T. Banerjee and A. Loukaitou-Sideris eds. Urban Design: Roots, Influences, and Trends: The Routledge Companion to Urban Design. New York: Routledge.
2011 A. Forsyth, Review of S.A. Mouzon, The Original Green: Unlocking the Mystery of True Sustainability (2010). Journal of Planning Education and Research 31, 3: 113.
2011 K. Crewe and A. Forsyth. Compactness and Connection in Environmental Design: Insights from Ecoburbs and Ecocities for Design with Nature. Environment and Planning B 38, 2: 267-288.
2011 A. Forsyth. Connectivity: Street Patterns and Social Networks. In A.C. Michalos ed. Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research. Heidelberg: Springer.
2011 A. Forsyth, Review of R.F. Schoeni, J.S. House, G.A. Kaplan, and H. Pollack editors. Making Americans Healthier: Social and Economic Policy as Health Policy (2008). Journal of the American Planning Association 77, 2: 189.
2011 C. Schively Slotterback, A. Forsyth, K. Krizek, A. Johnson, and A. Pennucci. Testing Three Health Impact Assessment Tools in Planning: A Process Evaluation, Environmental Impact Assessment Review. 31: 144-153. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eiar.2010.01.005
2011 D.R. Dengel, M.O Hearst, J.H. Harmon, A. Forsyth, L.A. Lytle. Impact of the Built Environment on Metabolic Syndrome and Other Physiology Variables. In G. Baquet, S. Berthoin eds. Children and Exercise XXV: The Proceedings of the 25th Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting. Oxford: Routledge, pp. 59-64.
2011 A. Forsyth. Connectivity: Street Patterns and Social Networks. In A.C. Michalos ed. Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research. Heidelberg: Springer.
2010 A. Forsyth and K. Krizek. Promoting Walking and Bicycling: Assessing the Evidence to Assist Planners. Built Environment: 36, 4: 429-446.
Reprinted in Chinese in Urban Planning International 2012 (translated into Chinese by Yuanxin Sun and Jiangpin Zhou).
2010 A. Forsyth and K. Crewe. Suburban Technopoles as Places: The International Campus-Garden-Suburb Style. Urban Design International 15, 3: 165-182.
2010 M. Nelson Laska, M. Hearst, A. Forsyth, K. Pasch, L. Lytle. Neighborhood Food Environments: Are they Associated with Adolescent Dietary Intake, Food Purchases, and Weight Status? Public Health Nutrition 13: 1757-1763.
2010 A. Forsyth, C. Schively Slotterback, and K. Krizek. Health Impact Assessment for Planners: What Tools are Useful? Journal of Planning Literature. 24, 3: 231-245. [Abstract]
2010 A. Forsyth, L. Lytle, and D. Van Riper. Finding Food: Issues and Challenges in Using GIS to Measure Food Access. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 3, 1: 43-65.
2010 A. Forsyth, G. Nicholls, and B. Raye. Higher Density and Affordable Housing: Lessons from the Corridor Housing Initiative. Journal of Urban Design 15, 2: 269-284.
2010 A. Forsyth, J. Jacobson, and K. Thering. Six Assessments of the Same Places: Comparing Views of Urban Design. Journal of Urban Design 15, 1: 21-48.
2010 A. Forsyth, C. Schively Slotterback, and K. Krizek. Health Impact Assessments in Planning: Development and Testing of the Design for Health HIA Tools. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 30: 42-51.
2010 K. Krizek, A. Forsyth, and C. Shively Slotterback. Is There a Role for Evidence-Based Practice in Urban Planning and Policy? Journal of Planning Theory and Practice 10, 4: 455–474.
Association for European Schools of Planning (AESOP) Best Paper Prize Finalist .
2010 A. Forsyth, Review of C. Irazábal, Ordinary Places, Extraordinary Events: Citizenship, Democracy, and Public Space in Latin America (2008). Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 27, 4: 356-357.
2009 A. Forsyth and K. Crewe. New Visions for Suburbia: Reassessing Aesthetics and Place-making in Modernism, Imageability, and New Urbanism. Journal of Urban Design 14, 4: 415-438. [Abstract]
2009 J. M. Oakes, A. Forsyth, M. Hearst, and K. H. Schmitz. Recruiting Participants for Neighborhood Effects Research: Strategies and Outcomes of the Twin Cities Walking Study. Environment and Behavior 41, 6: 787-805. [Abstract]
2009 D. Dengel, M. O. Hearst, Joe H. Harmon, A. Forsyth, L. A. Lytle. Does the Built Environment Relate to the Metabolic Syndrome in Adolescents? Health and Place 15:946-951.
2009 K. Krizek, S. Handy, and A. Forsyth. Explaining Changes in Walking and Bicycling Behavior: Challenges for Transportation Research. Environment and Planning B 36: 725-740.
2009 A. Forsyth, K. Krizek, Daniel Rodriguez. Non-motorized Travel Research and Contemporary Planning Initiatives. Progress in Planning 71: 170-184. Full text scroll down here.
Reprinted in the Chinese Journal of Urban and Regional Planning (translated into Chinese by Chaolin Gu).
2009 A. Forsyth, Review of T. Beatley, Green Urbanism down Under (2008), Journal of Planning Education and Research 28: 529-531.
2009 A. Forsyth, Review of R. Beauregard, When America Became Suburban (2007). Journal of Urban Affairs 31, 5: 3-4.
2009 Krizek, K., A. Forsyth, and L. Baum. Walking and Cycling International Literature Review. Melbourne: Victoria Department of Transport.
2009 B. Stiftel, A. Forsyth, L. Dalton, and F. Steiner. Assessing Planning School Performance: Multiple Paths, Multiple Measures. Journal of Planning Education and Research 28: 323-335. [Abstract]
2009 A. Forsyth and K. Crewe. A Typology of Comprehensive Designed Communities since the Second World War. Landscape Journal 27, 2: 56-78. [Abstract]
2009 R. Brownson, C.Hoehner, K. Day, A. Forsyth, J. Sallis. Measuring the Built Environment for Physical Activity: State of the Art. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 36, 4s: s99-s123.
2009 Keryn E. Pasch, M. O. Hearst, M. C. Nelson, A. Forsyth, L. A. Lytle. Alcohol Outlets and Youth Alcohol Use: Exposure in Suburban Areas. Health and Place 15: 642-646.
2009 A. Forsyth, J. M. Oakes, and K. H. Schmitz. Test-Retest Reliability of the Twin Cities Walking Survey. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 6, 1: 119-131. Note: On page 125 “MET Minutes per week” should read “MET minutes per day”. The results are unchanged.
2009 A. Forsyth, J. M. Oakes, B. Lee, and K. H. Schmitz. The Built Environment, Walking, and Physical Activity: Is the Environment More Important to Some People than Others? Transportation Research Part D 14: 42-49.
2008 J. Jacobson and A. Forsyth. Seven American TODs: Good Practices for Urban Design in Transit-Oriented Development Projects. Journal of Transport and Land Use 1, 2: 51-88.
2008 D. Rodriguez, S. Aytur, A. Forsyth, J. M. Oakes, and K. Clifton. Relation of Modifiable Neighborhood Attributes to Walking. Preventive Medicine 47: 260-264. [Abstract]
2008 A. Forsyth. Great Programs in Architecture: Rankings, Performance Assessments, and Diverse Paths to Prominence. International Journal of Architectural Research.
2008 A. Forsyth, M. Hearst, J. M. Oakes, M. K. Schmitz. Design and Destinations: Factors Influencing Walking and Total Physical Activity. Urban Studies 45, 9: 1973-1996.
2008 A. Forsyth and M. Southworth. Editorial: Cities Afoot: Pedestrians, Walkability, and Urban Design, Journal of Urban Design 13, 1:1-3.
Co-Editors of Special Issue on Pedestrians and Urban Design in Journal of Urban Design 13, 1.
2007 A. Forsyth, Review of R. L. Knowles, Ritual House: Drawing on Nature’s Rhythms for Architecture and Urban Design (2006). Journal of Urban Design 12, 2: 335-337.
2007 J. M. Oakes, A. Forsyth, and K. H. Schmitz. The Effect of Neighborhood Density and Street Connectivity on Walking Behavior: The Twin Cities Walking Study. Epidemiologic Perspectives & Innovations 4, 16. [Abstract]
2007 Panel review (ten panelists) of R. Bruegmann. Sprawl: A Compact History (2006), and A. Flint, This Land: The Battle Over Sprawl and the Future of America (2006). Journal of the American Planning Association 73, 2: 245-249.
2007 A. Forsyth. The Rise of the Nerds? Interdisciplinary Research and Architecture. International Journal of Architectural Research 1, 3: 177-182.
2007 A. Forsyth. Irvine Ranch—the “Place Where Urban Sprawl Ends,” The Commissioner, Fall, 12.
2007 A. Forsyth, J. M. Oakes, K. H. Schmitz, and M. Hearst. Does Residential Density Increase Walking and Other Physical Activity? Urban Studies 44, 4: 679-697. [Abstract]
2007 A. Forsyth. Innovation in Urban Design: Does Research Help? Journal of Urban Design 12, 3: 461-473. [Abstract]
2007 A. Forsyth editor and contributor. Environment, Food, and Youth: GIS Protocols. University of Minnesota. Various versions, first released to public as version 1.1 in 2007. Version 1.2 July 2007, 201 pp.
2007 A. Forsyth and K. Crewe. Across the Board, Master Planned Communities Come in all Shapes and Sizes. Planning 73, 7: 10-15.
2007 A. Forsyth, K. Thering, and Gretchen Nicholls. Script for Corridor Housing Initiative: A Strategy for Effective Planning 30 minutes. (Director/Producer Tom Biaso).
2007 A. Forsyth, Review of J. Corburn, Street Science : Community Knowledge and Environmental Health Justice (2005). Journal of Planning Literature 1: 296-297. [Abstract]
2007 A. Forsyth, J. Jacobson, and K. Thering. Moving Design: Spaces of Transportation, Report no. CTS 07-09, Minneapolis: Center for Transportation Studies, 350pp. (Released late 2008).
2007 Design For Health. Health Impact Assessment Series (Principal Investigator, series editor; Project Team A. Forsyth, K. Krizek, C. Schively, A. Johnson, A. Pennucci). Also related Key Questions/Research SumM. Series (series editor), Information Sheets Series (contributor), Image Slideshows (series editor).
2006 M. Boarnet, Kristen Day, M. Alfonzo, A. Forsyth, J. M. Oakes. The Irvine Minnesota Inventory to Measure Built Environments: Reliability Tests. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 30, 2: 153-259. [Abstract]
2006 Kristen Day, M. Boarnet, M. Alfonzo, A. Forsyth. The Irvine Minnesota Inventory to Measure Built Environments: Development. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 30, 2: 144-152. [Abstract]
2006 L. Musacchio and A. Forsyth. Small Things Considered, Parks and Recreation 41, 4: 42-47. [Abstract]
2006 A. Forsyth. Urban Centers in Universities: Institutional Alternatives for Urban Design. Journal of Urban Design 11, 1: 97-103.
2006 A. Forsyth. Research in Physical Planning. Implications 4, 5: 1-5.
2006 A. Forsyth, K. H. Schmitz, J. M. Oakes, Jason Zimmerman, and Joel Koepp. Standards for Environmental Measurement using GIS: Toward a Protocol for Protocols. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 3, S1: 241-s257.
2006 A. Forsyth. In Praise of Zaha: Women, Partnership, and the Star System in Architecture. Journal of Architectural Education 60, 2: 63-65. [JSTOR free]
2006 A. Forsyth, Review of E. O. Laumann, S. Ellington, J. Mahay, A. Paik, and Y. Youm, eds, The Sexual Organization of the City (2004). Journal of the American Planning Association 72, 4: 508-509.
2006 A. Forsyth and L. Musacchio. Small Parks, Landscape Architecture Graphic Standards. Len Hopper ed. New York: Wiley.
Planetizen Top 10 Books in Planning (2006) and American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), Minnesota Chapter Merit Award, Unbuilt Work (2006).
2006 A. Forsyth and K. Crewe. Research in Environmental Design: Definitions and Limits. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 23, 2: 160-175. [JSTOR Free]
2006 A. Forsyth and G. Nicholls. Growing the City Inward: Challenges for Education in Urban Design. In A.C. Nelson, B.L. Allen, and D.L. Trauger eds. Toward a Resilient Metropolis. Alexandria: Metropolitan Institute of Virginia Tech.
2006 A. Forsyth and G. Rabrenovich. Communities and Women’s Activism Syllabus. In Jan Marie Fritz ed. Clinical Sociology Resource Book. Washington: American Sociological Association.
2006 A. Forsyth. Directions for Suburbia, review of A.Friedman and D. Krawitz, Peeking Through the Keyhole: The Evolution of North American Homes (2002); D. Hayden, Redesigning the American Dream: Gender, Housing, and Family Life revised and expanded (2002); C. S. Loeb, Entrepreneurial Vernacular: Developers’ Subdivisions in the 1920s (2001), Journal of Urban History32: 885-890. [Abstract]
2005 A. Forsyth and L. Musacchio. Designing Small Parks: A Manual for Addressing Social and Ecological Concerns. New York: Wiley. A Planetizen “Top 10 Books in Planning” for 2006. Chinese translation in 2007.
2005 A. Forsyth. Reforming Suburbia: The Planned Communities of Irvine, Columbia, and The Woodlands. Berkeley: University of California Press.
2005, 2006, 2007 up to 2012. A. Forsyth editor and contributor. Environment and Physical Activity: GIS Protocols. University of Minnesota. Various versions, first released to public as version 2.0 in 2005. Version 4.1, June 2007, 236 pp. www.designforhealth.net
2005 A. Forsyth. Sex Segregation, Entry, Encyclopedia of New England Culture. Burt Feintuch and David Watters eds. New Haven: Yale University Press, 501-502.
2005 A. Forsyth. Grading the Irvine Ranch, Planning 71, 5: 36-40.
2005 A. Forsyth. Evolution of an Ecoburb, Landscape Architecture 95, 7: 60-69. [Abstract]
2005 A. Forsyth. Entries, Encyclopedia of the City. Roger Caves ed. New York: Routledge. Entries include: Density; Feminist Theory; Gendered Spaces; Progressive Planners; Dolores Hayden.
2005 A. Forsyth and L. Musacchio. Why Small Parks Matter, Planning 71, 11: 32-35.
2005 A. Forsyth, Review of R. Fogelson, Bourgeois Nightmares: Suburbia 1870-1930 (2005). H-Urban.
2005 A. Forsyth, Review of Carmona, M., T. Heath, T. Oc, S.Tiesdell, Public Places, Urban Spaces: The Dimensions of Urban Design (2003). Journal of Urban Design 10, 1: 133-134.
2005 Day, Kristen, M. Boarnet, M. Alfonzo, and A. Forsyth. Irvine Minnesota Inventory (paper version and Microsoft Access version). Irvine, CA: UC Irvine Department of Urban Planning and Design.
2005 A. Forsyth, Review of D. Hayden, A Field Guide to Sprawl (2004). Landscape Journal 24, 2: 214-215.
2004 A. Forsyth. The View from Design. Journal of Planning Education and Research 24, 1: 24-25.
2004 T. Angotti and A. Forsyth editors. Progressive Planning Reader. New York: Planners Network, 108 pp.
2003 K. Crewe and A. Forsyth. LandSCAPES: A Typology of Approaches to Landscape Architecture. Landscape Journal 22, 1: 37-53. [Abstract]
Reprinted in a revised form as A. Forsyth and K. Crewe. LandSCAPES: Six Approaches to Landscape Architecture. Landscape Architecture May, 36-47, 2004.
2003 A. Forsyth, Review of V. Watson, Change and Continuity in Spatial Planning (2002). International Planning Studies 8, 4: 332-334.
2003 A. Forsyth, Review of S. Ward, Planning the Twentieth-Century City (2002) and R. Freestone, ed. Urban Planning in a Changing World (2000). Journal of Planning History 2, 2: 181-184. [Abstract]
2003 A. Forsyth, Review of C. Hartman, Between Eminence and Notoriety (2002). Harvard Design Magazine 18: 91-93.
2003 A. Forsyth. Ian McHarg’s Woodlands: A Second Look, Planning August 10-13.
2003 A. Forsyth. Entries, Encyclopedia of Community. K. Christensen and D. Levinson, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Entries include: New Towns; Columbia, MD.
2002 A. Forsyth. Who Built Irvine? Private Planning and the Federal Government. Urban Studies 39, 13, 2507-2530. [Abstract]
2002 A. Forsyth. Planning Lessons from Three US New Towns of the 1960s and 1970s: Irvine, Columbia, and The Woodlands. Journal of the American Planning Association 68, 4: 387-415. [Abstract]
2002 A. Forsyth. Columbia, Irvine, and The Woodlands: Planning and Policy Lessons from Three US New Towns of the 1960s and 1970s. Lincoln Institute Working Paper. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Land Institute, 39 pp. Noted in the Internet Scout Report 8, 42.
2002 A. Forsyth. Trajectories of Planning Theory. Planning Theory 1, 3: 203-208. [Abstract]
2001 M. Cameron, A. Forsyth, W.Green, H. Lu, P. McGirr, P. Eubanks Owens, and R. Stolz. Learning Through Service: The Community Design Studio. College Teaching 49, 3: 105-113. [Abstract]
2001 K. Kirkey and A. Forsyth. Men in the Valley. Journal of Rural Studies 17: 421-441.
2001 A. Forsyth. Non-Conformist Populations and Planning Practice. Journal of Planning Literature 15, 3: 339-358.
2001 A. Forsyth, H. Lu, and P. McGirr. Plazas, Streets, and Markets: Puerto Ricans and Urban Spaces in Northern Climates. Landscape Journal 20, 1: 62-76. [Abstract]
2001 A. Forsyth, Review of R. Harris and P. Larkham eds. Changing Suburbs (1999). Journal of the American Planning Association 16, 1: 116-117.
2001 A. Forsyth, Review of J. Rothschild, ed. Design and Feminism (1999). Gender, Place and Culture 8, 2: 211-212.
2000 Urban Places Project and YouthPower/El Arco Iris. The YouthPower Guide: How to Make Your Community Better. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Extension, 144 pp. A. Forsyth, Project manager for UPP, based on the experiences of YouthPower.
APA National Outstanding Planning Award, Public Education Category (2000), ASLA National Merit Award, Communication Category (2000), Boston Society of Landscape Architects (BSLA) Honor Award, Communication Category (1998), APA, Massachusetts Chapter, Social Advocacy Award (with El Arco Iris Arts Center) (1998).
2000 A. Forsyth, H. Lu, and P. McGirr. Service Learning in an Urban Context: Implications for Planning and Design Education. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 17, 3: 236-259. [Abstract]
2000 A. Forsyth. Analyzing Public Space at a Metropolitan Scale: Notes on the Potential for Using GIS. Urban Geography 21, 2: 121-147. [Abstract]
2000 A. Forsyth, Review of P. Murphy and S. Watson, Surface City (1997). International Planning Studies 5, 2: 262-263.
2000- Progressive Planning magazine, formerly Planners Network
Co-editor and frequent author including the following selected list:
C. Chung and A. Forsyth. Community Design and Progressive Planning,
and A. Forsyth. Metropolitan Design Center, 2006, 166, 2, 31.; http://www.plannersnetwork.org/publications/pdfs/2006/2006_166_winter_p.pdf
A. Forsyth. Progressive Regional Planning in the Twin Cities, 2005,164, 2, 6.
T. Angotti, A. Forsyth, et al., PN Magazine at One, 2003, 154: 2, 17-18.
G. Cheung and A. Forsyth. Planning, 2001, 146: 1, 6-7.
A. Forsyth. Feminism, Gender, and Planning, 1998, 130: 1, 11.
2000 A. Forsyth, Review of D. Gosling, Gordon Cullen: Visions of Urban Design (1996). Journal of Planning Literature 14, 3: 381-382.
1999 A. Forsyth. Constructing Suburbs: Competing Voices in a Debate Over Urban Growth. Amsterdam: Gordon & Breach, New York: Routledge.
Royal Australian Planning Institute (RAPI, now PIA) National Awards, Certificate of Merit, Planning Scholarship (1999), RAPI, New South Wales Division Scholarship in Planning Award (1998).
1999 A. Forsyth. On Writing and Tenure. Journal of Planning Education and Research 19, 1: 98-105.
Reprinted in http://Planningresearch.blogspot.com/. Randy Crane ed., 2006.
1999 A. Forsyth, H. Lu, and P. McGirr. Inside the Service Learning Studio in Urban Design. An evaluation. Landscape Journal 18, 2: 166-178. [Abstract]
1999 A. Forsyth, H. Lu, and P. McGirr. College Students and Youth Collaborating in Design. Landscape Review 5, 2: 26-42. [Article]
1999 A. Forsyth. Administrative Discretion and Urban and Regional Planners Values. Journal of Planning Literature. 14, 1: 5-15. [Abstract]
1999 A. Forsyth. Soundbite Cities: Imagining Futures in Debates Over Urban Form. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 16, 1: 33-51. [Article]
1999 A. Forsyth, Review of Manuel Castells, The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture, 3 volumes (1996, 1997, 1998). Journal of Planning Education and Research 19, 2: 211-213. [Abstract]
1998 A. Forsyth and M. Gross. Transatlantic Lessons: Developing Planning Degree Programs in Provincial Russia. Journal of Planning Education and Research 17, 3: 101-115. [Abstract]
1998 A. Forsyth. Public Spaces in Metropolitan Context: Notes on Regulation and Measurement Issues. Lincoln Institute Working Paper. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Land Institute, 105 pp.
1998 A. Forsyth, Review of P. Healey, Collaborative Planning (1997). Journal of the American Planning Association 64, 3: 368-369.
1998 A. Forsyth, Review of D. Harvey, Justice, Nature and the Geography of Difference (1996). Journal of Planning Education and Research 17, 4: 369-370.
1997 A. Forsyth. Variations on a Main Street: When a Mall is an Arcade. Journal of Urban Design 2, 3: 285-295.
1997 A. Forsyth. NoHo: Upscaling Main Street on the Metropolitan Edge. Urban Geography 18, 7: 622-652. [Abstract]
1997 A. Forsyth. Five Images of a Suburb: Perspectives on a New Urban Development. Journal of the American Planning Association 63, 1: 45-60. [Abstract]
Australian National University, Honorable Mention, Peter Harrison Memorial Priz (1995).
1997 A. Forsyth. ‘Out’ in the Valley. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 21, 1: 36-60. [Abstract]
1997 A. Forsyth, Review of Elizabeth Howe, Acting on Ethics in City Planning (1994). Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 14, 3: 263-265.
1995 A. Forsyth. Diversity Issues in a Professional Curriculum: Four Stories and Some Suggestions for Change. Journal of Planning Education and Research 15, 1: 58-63.
1995 A. Forsyth. Privatization: Infrastructure on the Urban Edge. Journal of Urban Affairs 17, 3: 241-262. [Abstract]
Australian National University, First Place, Peter Harrison Memorial Pri (1995).
1995 A. Forsyth, Review of J. Little, Gender, Planning and the Policy Process (1994). Journal of the American Planning Association 61, 2: 276-277.
1994 A. Forsyth and W. Sarkissian. Housing for Older Australians: Site Planning Basics. Australian Planner (Journal of the Royal Australian Planning Institute) 33, 3: 177-183.
1993 and earlier
1993 A. Forsyth. Planning in Rainbows. Colloqui: Cornell Journal of Planning and Urban Affairs 8: 8-9.
1992 L. Sandercock and A. Forsyth. Feminist Theory and Planning Theory: The Epistemological Links. Planning Theory 7-8: 45-49.
Reprinted in Readings in Planning Theory. Scott Campbell and S. Fainstein eds. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, 1996.
Reprinted in Essays in Planning Theory II: Political Economy, Diversity, and Pragmatism. Jean Hillier and Patsy Healey eds. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007.
Honorable mention for best paper injournal.
1992 L. Sandercock and A. Forsyth. A Gender Agenda: New Directions for Planning Theory. Journal of the American Planning Association 58, 1: 49-59. [Abstract]
1992 A. Forsyth. Changing Places: Case Studies of Innovations in Housing for Older People. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 121 pp.
1990 W. Sarkissian, A. Forsyth, and W. Heine. Residential “Social Mix”: The Debate Continues. Australian Planner 28, 1: 5-16.
1990 L. Sandercock and A. Forsyth. Gender: A New Agenda for Planning Theory. Planning Theory 4: 61-92;
Reprinted from Working Paper Number 521. Berkeley: University of California Institute of Urban and Regional Development, 1990.
1989 A. Forsyth. The Token Woman: Hugh Stretton, Gender and the Suburbs. In Markets, Morals and Public Policy. Lionel Orchard and R. Dare eds. Sydney: Federation Press, 193-204.
1986 W. Sarkissian and A. Forsyth. Disadvantaged People and Women’s Issues. Urban Policy and Research 4, 4: 44-45.
1985 A. Forsyth. Singular Women: Housing for Low-Income Single Women Without Dependents. Armidale, NSW: Social Impacts Publications, 116 pp.