Women and Modernism in Landscape Architecture: A Colloquium, Part I

Women and Modernism in Landscape Architecture: A Colloquium, Part I

In recent years, the pace of research on women in landscape architecture has accelerated. Many monographs, anthologies, and scholarly books on their contributions to...
On the Future of Landscape History: John Dixon Hunt in discussion with Mark Laird

On the Future of Landscape History: John Dixon Hunt in discussion with Mark Laird

John Dixon Hunt is an Emeritus Professor of the History and Theory of Landscape at the University of Pennsylvania. He edits the journal, Studies...
Joseph Disponzio, ” On the Theoretical and Practical Development of Landscape Architecture”

Joseph Disponzio, ” On the Theoretical and Practical Development of Landscape Architecture”

Exploring the transformation of the modeling of land from garden-making to landscape architecture, this lecture by Joseph Disponzio will establish the intellectual origins of...
Sylvester Baxter Lecture: David Lowenthal, “Conservation Past and Present”

Sylvester Baxter Lecture: David Lowenthal, “Conservation Past and Present”

Geographer David Lowenthal is professor emeritus of the Department of Geography, University College London, and a renowned and prolific writer on nostalgia, heritage, and...
French Gardens and their Conservation – Part 6

French Gardens and their Conservation – Part 6

Lecture date: 1999-06-05International SymposiumA three-day symposium at the AA will unite authorities from both sides of the Channel in a series of demonstrations and...

Ethan Carr | Clean Water, Open Space, and a Distinctively American Urbanism

Recorded: March 12, 1992Landscape historian and preservationist Ethan Carr details how, in New York City, the procurement of fresh water and the planning for...