qThis collection of essays by leaders in landscape architecture addresses the ways that gender has influenced the history, design practice and perception of landscapes. It highlights women's relation to landscape architecture, presents the professional efforts in the landscape realm, examines both the perception and experience of landscapes, and speculates on ways to re-imagine gender and the landscapeq--While Elizabeth Strang, Ruth Dean, Rose Greely, Louise Payson, and other contemporary garden writers focused on the practicalities of planning and maintenance, Nichols ... These brief profiles offer a representative sampling of some of the female trailblazers who staked out their ... on the Colonial Revival, edited by Richard Guy Wilson, Shaun Eyring, and Kenny Marotta (Charlottesville, 2006), 67a80.
|Title||:||Women in Landscape Architecture|
|Author||:||Louise A. Mozingo, Linda Jewell|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2011-12-28|