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Ecology and Design: Frameworks for Learning

edited by Bart R. Johnson and Kristina Hill
Format
Book
Published
Washington, DC : Island Press, c2002.
Language
English
ISBN
1559638133 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Contents
  • Chapter 1. Introduction: Toward Landscape Realism / Bart R. Johnson, Kristina Hill 1
  • Part I. Theories of Nature in Ecology and Design 27
  • Chapter 2. Authority of Nature: Conflict, Confusion, and Renewal in Design, Planning, and Ecology / Anne Whiston Spirn 29
  • Chapter 3. Ecology's New Paradigm: What Does It Offer Designers and Planners? / H. Ronald Pulliam, Bart R. Johnson 51
  • Chapter 4. Missing Catalyst: Design and Planning with Ecology Roots / Richard T. T. Forman 85
  • Part II. Perspectives on Theory and Practice 111
  • Chapter 5. Lead or Fade into Obscurity: Can Landscape Educators Ask and Answer Useful Questions about Ecology? / Carolyn A. Adams 113
  • Chapter 6. What from Ecology Is Relevant to Design and Planning? / James R. Karr 133
  • Chapter 7. Toward an Inclusive Concept of Infrastructure / William E. Wenk 173
  • Chapter 8. Human Health and Design: An Essay in Two Parts 191
  • 1. Exquisite Communion: The Body, Landscape, and Toxic Exposures / Sandra Steingraber 192
  • 2. Design and Planning as Healing Arts: The Broader Context of Health and Environment / Kristina Hill 203
  • Part III. Education for Practice 215
  • Chapter 9. Ecological Science and Landscape Design: A Necessary Relationship in Changing Landscapes / Joan Iverson Nassauer 217
  • Chapter 10. On Teaching Ecological Principles to Designers / Carl Steinitz 231
  • Chapter 11. Looking Beneath the Surface: Teaching a Landscape Ethic / Michael Hough 245
  • Part IV. Prescriptions for Change 269
  • Chapter 12. In Expectation of Relationships: Centering Theories around Ecological Understanding / Kristina Hill, Denis White, Miranda Maupin, Barbara Ryder, James R. Karr, Kathryn Freemark, Rebecca Taylor, Sally Schauman 271
  • Chapter 13. Nature of Dialogue and the Dialogue of Nature: Designers and Ecologists in Collaboration / Bart R. Johnson, Janet Silbernagel, Mark Hostetler, April Mills, Forster Ndubisi, Edward Fife, Mary Carol Rossiter Hunter 305
  • Chapter 14. Interweaving Ecology in Design and Planning Curricula / Ken Tamminga, Louise Mozingo, Donna Erickson, John Harrington 357
  • Chapter 15. Integrating Ecology "across" the Curriculum of Landscape Architecture / Jack Ahern, Robert France, Michael Hough, Jon Burley, Wood Turner, Stephan Schmidt, David Hulse, Julia Badenhope, Grant Jones 397
  • Chapter 16. Building Ecological Understandings in Design Studio: A Repertoire for a Well-Crafted Learning Experience / Kathy Poole, Susan Galatowitsch, Robert Grese, Douglas Johnston, J. Timothy Keller, David Richey, Lee R. Skabelund, Carl Steinitz, Joan Woodward 415
  • Chapter 17. From Theory to Practice: Educational Outcomes in the World of Professional Practice / Rene Senos, Carolyn A. Adams, Dean Apostol, Jurgen Hess 473
  • Chapter 18. Conclusions: Frameworks for Learning / Kristina Hill, Bart R. Johnson 493.
Description
xxiii, 530 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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