11172 Landscape History and Theory 16cp; 3hpw (1hr lecture, 2hr tutorial), delivered in a combination of online and face-to-face teaching
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This subject explores the significance of landscape architecture in the face of existential imperatives raised by climate change. The range of topics covered includes: the history and current state of earth systems and climate science; past and present climate institutions and policies at the local, national and international level; climate imaginaries in art and the environmental humanities; climate futures scenarios and the issue of intergenerational justice. All of these extra-disciplinary approaches are paired with a constant interrogation of landscape architecture’s agency — both practically and conceptual — in relation to the climate problematic, including examination of concrete projects and policy proposals, and specific geographical and ecological territories of climate precarity and vulnerability.
Autumn session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125