Now showing items 1-6 of 6
to cast a line in the san jacinto river
This thesis addresses agency of the body, of space, and of marginalized lifeways for subsistence fishers near Houston, Texas. It does so through a feminist approach that centers processes of change, instability, and emergence ...
Unpaving Paradise : Envisioning a Healthy Hialeah
Hialeah is a city of “unhealthy” urban character in terms of green coverage, economic opportunity, and medical care; however, its strong sense of community and interpersonal “weak ties” could help overcome these characteristics ...
Highway to The Bottom: Recasting Baltimore's Highway to Nowhere
This thesis explores the potential for the landscape architect to flip the script on designing with remnant landscapes from the mid-20th century era of urban renewal, focusing on West Baltimore’s Highway to Nowhere. The ...
“Vieques es Nuestra Casa": Ecological Reparation through Embodied Action
This thesis is set on the Puerto Rican island of Vieques, a territory subjected to US Navy occupation and decades of munitions testing. To counter the alienation and destruction imposed by military exploitation, this project ...
TEOTWAWKI: A Designer's Guide to Prepping
Preparing, colloquially known as “prepping,” is a political act that can be read through the medium of landscape, extending from the colonization of the United States to the present. While mainstream media portrays preppers ...
The Prairie Condition: The Frontier, Myth and Other Symptoms
Meaning, aesthetics, and value are imbricated throughout history. The United States’ land ethic operates within an episteme of prominence, where the sublime, the biodiverse, the rare are protected. As the climate crisis ...