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Joins us for the next session in the Ulster Talks series “Atlas for a City-Region”, by Gareth Doherty and Niall G.Kirkwood.

Centered on the northwest of Ireland, this eighteen-month long research project investigates how a cross-border city-region can be shaped in light of the economic, political and social realities of Brexit. The project asked how landscape architecture can be an agent in the shaping of the cross-border region.

Niall G. Kirkwood FASLA is the Charles Eliot Professor of Landscape Architecture and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Harvard University Graduate School of Design where he has taught and carried out research, publishing, and consulting since joining the faculty in 1992. Professor Kirkwood’s subject is technology in landscape architecture and its relationship to design.

Gareth Doherty ASLA is Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He takes a human-centered approach to design and theory that aspires to shape environmentally and socially just landscapes. Through what he terms “landscape fieldwork,” Doherty unravels diverse landscape narratives that have not yet been formally documented.

Tea and coffee will be provided

RSVP to Janet Farren, by 19 April.

Find out more information on Atlas for a city region.

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Monday 22 April



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