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Like its allied disciplines in design and visual art, landscape architecture operates in relation to its political and social contexts. However, its concern with culture’s variable, tangled relationship to nature is unique. This course looks at how landscape architecture embodies and challenges our understandings of that relationship. To develop a working vocabulary for apprehending, describing and analyzing designed landscapes, we will examine projects from relatively nearby in space and time: we’ll look at key moments in landscape architecture from the mid-nineteenth century, when it emerged as a profession in North America.
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