Emi Kiyota reminds us that elders are resources and assets, and that the one thing we all have in common is getting old.
Category Archives: Books & Media
Emmanuel Pratt turns to the garden as means and model to implement regenerative placemaking, combat social blight, and redress historical inequities. His emphasis is on "generative."
Pallavi Mande was raised in a culture that is intertwined with water, and she's come full circle to advocate for protecting our water resources.
Karen Abrams is looking to dismantle racism by demystifying planning and land use policy and activating youth to take ownership of their communities. And by introducing people to their neighbors.
David Molander provided a window into his creative ferment in his recent introduction to the Harvard Graduate School of Design community.
Greta Byrum's process to digital justice–co-design, outreach, training, building, and evaluation–is helping to empower marginalized communities like the residential sector of Hunts Point in the Bronx.
Mark Lamster, architecture critic for the Dallas Morning News, introduced himself and his work to the Harvard GSD community and explained how Dallas has earned the name Paradox City.
At the University of Chicago Place Lab, close examination of Theaster Gates’s (LF '11) work on Chicago’s South Side is yielding a set of Principles of Ethical Redevelopment for “shifting the value system
In a recent article in the American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementias, John Zeisel (LF '71) and his coauthors advocate a new term, “ecopsychosocial,’’ for the full range of nonpharmacological approaches that improve functioning and reduce the negative … read more
In the recent issue of the New York Times Book Review, Inga Saffron (LF ’12) reviews Hugh Howard’s dual biography of Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson. She turns her critical eye on Howard’s claim that, despite their prickly relationship, … read more