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Ervin Zube and landscape architectureAuthor(s): Paul H. Gobster
Source: Landscape Architecture. Volume 92. Issue 8. 2002. pp. 62, 64-65, 92-93.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionAs he grew in his knowledge about the landscape through his involvemment in it as a person, student, practitioner, teacher, program director, and researcher, Ervin Zube's ideas about what landscape architecture is and should be continually evolved. He was a prolific writer whose publications span a broad range of audiences, and his contributions to Landscape Architecture are insightful--not only because they catpture the growth of scholar over a period of four decades, but also because in them Zube speaks directly to fellow landscape architects about the need and possiblities of growing the profession through the generation of its own knowledge base. This joint evolution of scholar and profession can be traced through the pages of LAM and related publications.
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CitationGobster, Paul H. 2002. Ervin Zube and landscape architecture. Landscape Architecture. Volume 92. Issue 8. 2002. pp. 62, 64-65, 92-93.
KeywordsLandscape Architecture, architects, scholar, publications
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