Spotlight on Cultural Landscapes
Benjamin C. Howland Memorial Lecture and Panel Discussion
On April 19, 2018, University of Virginia School of Architecture hosted the Benjamin C. Howland Memorial Lecture featuring Walter Hood, and an accompanying panel discussion, “Landscape Perspectives for Future Publics,” on April 20.
Walter Hood is Creative Director of Hood Design Studio, a Cultural Practice based in and a Professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning and Urban Design at University of California Berkeley. Hood’s lecture, entitled Memory Workers, was dedicated to Doria Dee Johnson, a family historian and activist scholar who passed away this year, whose Great-Great Grandfather Anthony Crawford was lynched in 1916 in South Carolina (see her family’s story at https://lynchinginamerica.eji.org/listen/doria-dee-johnson).
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