29th Annual Landscape Architecture Lecture Series

Thursday, October 28, 2021

Pharmacy- Paramaz Avedisian ’54 Hall, Mario Auditorium Room 170
7 Greenhouse Road, Kingston, R.I.

The University of Rhode Island’s 29th annual Landscape Architecture Lecture Series for the fall will explore the meaning of history and culture in the works of professional landscape architects.

The series returns to an in-person format this semester with lectures Thursdays at 7 p.m. in the Ernest Mario Auditorium (room 170) in Avedesian Hall, 7 Greenhouse Road, on the Kingston Campus. The lectures are free and open to the public. All attendees must wear a face covering.

Oct. 7: Emily Humphrey ’15, Uncovering the Multifaceted History of the Toronto Port Lands, and Ramón Ibarlucea ’14, Historical Fiction: Gathering Inspiration from Context and Site History

Oct. 28: Thaïsa Way, Race and Gender in the Emergence of Landscape Architecture

Nov. 18: Danielle Desilets ’99Shifting Perspectives: Correcting the National Record

Dec. 2: Eric Kramer and Beka SturgesDesigning Histories – Voices, Claims, and Reconciliation

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Audience

General Public

Website

https://www.uri.edu/news/2021/09/uris...

Contact Person

William Green

Contact Email

wagre@uri.edu

Contact Phone

401.874.2983

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