Category Archives: Landscape theory

Landscape struggles, environmental hegemonies and the politics of urban design

In a previous post I announced the publication of a new article about Central Park in Environment and Planning D, this time focusing on the governmental and strategic role of the park’s schemein the context of local struggles to consolidate … Continue reading

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Gramsci and Foucault in Central Park | New article in Society and Space

My latest article, ‘Gramsci and Foucault in Central Park: Environmental hegemonies, pedagogical spaces and integral state formations’, is now available online on the early view webpage of Environment and Planning D: Society and Space (requires subscription). The piece draws on … Continue reading

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Landscape, territory, photography

As I mentioned in a previous post, the semester ahead is full of dissertation committees, six in the next few months. One of the most impressive works I have reviewed so far is Carlos Santamarina’s Culture and representation of the … Continue reading

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