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About this Issue Editor’s Introduction Editor’s Introduction I write with mixed feelings for this Editor’s Introduc- minoritization in the United States. Dianne’s intro- tion: I am excited about the articles and reviews being ductory essay established central themes in the issue published in this issue by those in our profession, while and suggests directions for additional research. I have also concerned about the global news over the last enjoyed re-reading this issue and welcome additional year, in particular regarding society’s efforts to address scholarly submissions in this area. climate change. It is difficult to think and act locally We are publishing four peer-reviewed articles when our actions are only slowly moving forward (even in this issue that are very different in the topics and reverse for some countries) to prioritize how we are approaches they take for their scholarship. William changing the global environment. Langley, Robert Corry, and Robert Brown explore I appreciate each piece in this issue because of the intersection and synthesis of the Core Knowledge the contributions being made to Landscape Journal. Domains of Landscape Architecture over the last The pieces span and interweave topics that transcend several decades. Benjamin George presents a focused design, planning and management of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Landscape Journal: design, planning, and management of the land University of Wisconsin Press

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Editor’s Introduction Editor’s Introduction I write with mixed feelings for this Editor’s Introduc- minoritization in the United States. Dianne’s intro- tion: I am excited about the articles and reviews being ductory essay established central themes in the issue published in this issue by those in our profession, while and suggests directions for additional research. I have also concerned about the global news over the last enjoyed re-reading this issue and welcome additional year, in particular regarding society’s efforts to address scholarly submissions in this area. climate change. It is difficult to think and act locally We are publishing four peer-reviewed articles when our actions are only slowly moving forward (even in this issue that are very different in the topics and reverse for some countries) to prioritize how we are approaches they take for their scholarship. William changing the global environment. Langley, Robert Corry, and Robert Brown explore I appreciate each piece in this issue because of the intersection and synthesis of the Core Knowledge the contributions being made to Landscape Journal. Domains of Landscape Architecture over the last The pieces span and interweave topics that transcend several decades. Benjamin George presents a focused design, planning and management of

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Landscape Journal: design, planning, and management of the landUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: Jan 28, 2019

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