Professor of Urban Policy & Planning Hunter College/CUNY New York, New York
As landscape architects work diligently to reveal obscured narratives while battling climate change, social inequity, and environmental degradation, there are powerful but often untapped allies in writers. Talented writers with access to different audiences have been working for centuries to make a similar impact on individuals, policy, and politics.
Learn how to utilize landscape literature as a resource in their work and as a guide in shaping their professional trajectories.
Understand potential strategies for gaining access to wide audiences and increasing the impact of projects and the profession.
Illustrate the creative and research intensive process that goes into producing written content of varying mediums and for diverse audiences.
Demonstrate the value and opportunities for collaboration between writers and designers.