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17.10.28  Presenting “Mediating Climate through Everyday Design? Towards new Practices of Environmental Making,” in Our Everyday Planet, seminar session organized by Melissa Ragain and Lily Woodruff: ASAP9Oakland, CA.
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17.10.13  Speaking today on “Designing Infrastructures, Envisioning Environments: Lessons from the 1960s,” in the Cornell Landscape Architecture Department’s lecture series.
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17.9.28  Dissertation defense completed! Thank you Mary N. Woods, Jeremy Foster, Sara Pritchard, and Sonja Duempelmann for your expert guidance throughout.
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17.9.2  Spatial practice: dancing again after a very long hiatus! Delighted to be studying Authentic Movement and Contemplative Dance with Julie Nathanielsz.
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17.8.9  Interviewed on nineteenth-century canal tourism in Erie: the Canal that Made America, a WCNY documentary.
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17.7.31  Talking about freeway politics in The Nation: Quoted by Caroline Tracey, “Redlining Returns To Denver, but With a Neoliberal Twist”.
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17.6.22  Unruly Earths: embarking on new landscape research, process models of inter-scalar phenomena (description / images)
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17.5.20  Volunteering with Citizen’s Climate Lobby: workshop/event today on uses of biochar for climate mitigation, co-coordinated with Kathleen Draper of Finger Lakes Biochar.
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17.4.11  Presenting “Urban Design, Local Culture, and Emergent Environmentalism: The San Francisco Panhandle Freeway Debates, 1959-1966,” at Across the Great Divide, California Design Colloquium, convened by Marc Treib, Greg Castillo, Andrew Shanken, and Waverly Lowell: University of California, Berkeley.
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17.3.27  Writing away: at Dumbarton Oaks for a three-week Predoctoral Residency in Landscape and Garden Studies.
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