Society of Architectural Historians 2021 Conference Panel Presentation
Past Events & Lectures
Presenter/panelist. “Scaling Landscape History.” Panel: “Landscape Inquiries: New Directions.” Chair: D. Fairchild Ruggles. Society of Architectural Historians 75th Annual International Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, April 27–May 2.
Presenter/panelist. “‘Green Acres,’ Toxic Waters: Landscapes of Justice and Injustice in Newark’s ‘Sacrifice Zone.’” Panel: “New Jersey’s Natures Part II: Environmental Histories in the 20th Century.” Panel Chair: Neil Maher. American Society for Environmental History Annual Conference, Eugene, OR, March 23–27.
Event Organizer. “Landscape Citizenships, A Roundtable." Yale Environmental Humanities and Yale Environmental History Virtual Public Event with Thaïsa Way, Ed Wall, Tim Waterman & Jane Wolff. October 29.
Guest Lecturer. “Landscape, Architecture, Environment: The Design Professions and Fields of Praxis.” The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT, May 26 & 27. One of three lectures in a Visiting Alumni Architects Series.
Presenter/panelist. “Reparative Urban Environmental History.” Panel: “The Struggle for an Environmental Right to the City." Chair: Jennifer Derr. American Society for Environmental History Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada, March 25–29. [cancelled due to COVID-19]
Presenter/panelist. “Urban Agriculture in Los Angeles, 1965–2019.” Panel: “Urban Landscapes in Flux: Environmental Visibility and Change in 19th and 20th Century Cities.” Chair: Steven T. Moga. Society for American City and Regional Planning History Biennial Conference, Arlington, VA, November 2.
Presenter. “Richard Lippold’s World-Tree and the Bauhaus Legacy in Harvard’s Space-Garden.” Gallery talk at The Harvard Art Museums. Organized in conjunction with “The Bauhaus and Harvard” and "Hans Arp's Constellations" exhibitions. April 30 and July 2.
Presenter. “Building, Dwelling, Landscape—The Bauhaus in Dessau.” Gallery talk at The Harvard Art Museums. Organized in conjunction with “The Bauhaus and Harvard” and "Hans Arp's Constellations" exhibitions. February 12.
Presenter/panelist. “Surveying Sites Unseen: Trees, Representation and Power.” Panel: “Environmental Images and Calculations.” Chair: Joshua MacFadyen. American Society for Environmental History Annual Conference, Riverside, CA, March 17. For a condensed version, see my #ASEH2018Tweets Presentation.
Presenter. “Trees and their representation, meaning, and use in Verplanck Colvin’s Adirondack Surveys, 1872–1899.” Graduate Workshop in Garden and Landscape Studies, Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, DC, June 5–23.