I am glad to read your well said rant. It reminded me of comments by Lewis Clarke, posted recently at http://www.trianglemodernisthouses.com/whativelearned.htm#CLARKE
Thanks for your original post/heads up on Walter Hood.
I meant the suggestion to read some history to the group as a whole. Sometimes learning that there have been others before is an inspiration. I can’t speak for Sally Schauman but she can speak for herself a bit. I interviewed her in 2008 at: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/specialcollections/lewisclarke/sally_schaum…
As for some advice to BZ…[Read more]
I’ve just finished reading all the posts. I think some history is in order. Try Women in Landscape Architecture: Essays on History and Practice edited by Louise Mozingo and Linda Jewell.
Also, if you can find A Century of Women, there’s a chapter in there by Sally Schauman who, among other things, established the MLA Program at the University of…[Read more]