Works Cited: Brown-Bag Dialog Series
This semester, in an effort to introduce students to Landscape Architecture faculty and their individual design research interests and perspectives, the Section invites students to attend a lunch-time lecture series they're calling works cited. The series asks participating faculty to select a text or article that roots their individual perspective on, interest in, and/or approach to landscape.
Each event in the series will take place in Knowlton Hall's Room 177 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Refreshments for sale support SCASLA. All texts/essays are available in the Knowlton Hall Library.
|02/23||Jake Boswell||"Habitable Earth: Wilderness, Empire and Race in America" by Denis Cosgrove|
|03/02||Justin Parscher||"The Same Landscapes" by Teresa Gali-Izard|
|03/09||Jason Kentner||"Moods in the Landscape" by A.E. Bye|
|03/23||Forbes Lipschitz||"Who "Designs" the Agricultural Landscape?" by Laura L. Jackson|
|03/30||Paula Meijerink||"Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World" by Timothy Morton|