EDITORIAL CHANGES On January 1, 2017, Brian D. Lee, PhD, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Kentucky, will assume the role of Editor for Landscape Journal. The current editors wish Professor Lee best wishes in the pursuit of his agenda for the future for the Journal. We are and will continue to work closely with Dr. Lee in the transition of the editorship from the Universities of Georgia and Minnesota to the University of Kentucky. The current editors will retain full control over the editorial content of Volume 35 (Spring and Fall, 2016). We will assist Professor Lee in preparation of content for Volume 36. Professor Lee welcomes inquiries from future contributors. EDITORIAL THEMES RELATING TO OUR PERIOD OF EDITORSHIP Over the seven years of editorship by Lance Neckar and David Pitt (Volumes 29 through 32 or 2010 to 2013) and Daniel Nadenicek and David Pitt (Volumes 33 through 35 or 2014 to 2016), Landscape Journal published a total of 97 articles. The editors presented five special issues on Transdisciplinary Action Research (TDAR) in Landscape Planning and Design (30:1, Spring 2011), Lawrence Halprin (31:12, Spring/ Fall 2012), multifunctional landscapes (32:2, Fall 2013), and cultural landscape
Landscape Journal: design, planning, and management of the land – University of Wisconsin Press
Published: Oct 18, 2016
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