Andrew Whittemore, Ph.D., assistant professor of City and Regional Planning, teamed up with Sam Bass Warner, MIT visiting professor and urban historian, to write American Urban Form – A Representative History. The book maps the evolution of the American urban form by offering an illustrated history of the “the City,” a hypothetical city that exemplifies the American city’s transformation throughout history. In addition to co-writing, Whittemore provided all the book’s illustrations as well. The book will be released by The MIT Press next month. You can read more about it here.