Your Turn: What Games Teach Us About Planning and Policy

Young Urbanists

In the game of Monopoly, as players circle the board and acquire properties, property owners get richer at the expense of other players. What do the rules of games like this, and the choices we make in them, teach us about planning and place-based policies in the real world? Come for a discussion of how games and game design can help us understand complex urban systems and the trade-offs inherent within them, then stay for SPUR’s first-ever board game night, featuring the game Bay Area Regional Planner and more.

+ Chaim Gingold / Game Designer, Scholar, and Historian
+ Alfred Twu / Board Game Maker

Refund Policy

Sponsorship payments: Will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.

Auxiliary Services

If, in order to participate in a SPUR event, you need auxiliary aids or services for a disability (e.g., qualified interpreter, qualified reader, written materials, taped texts) please submit your request five business days before the event to [email protected] or 415-781-8726 x132. SPUR will work with you in identifying effective auxiliary aids or services that it can provide. If you need to cancel your request, please notify SPUR at least two business days before the event.