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TODAY: "Restoring Mill Creek: Landscape Literacy and Environmental Justice" 11/9 @5pm in 370-370

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  • Michael Kahan
    Dear SJSU_MURPS: Many of you may be interested in this lecture by Anne Whiston Spirn of MIT, at 5 pm today on the Stanford campus. It is free and open to the
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      Dear SJSU_MURPS:

      Many of you may be interested in this lecture by Anne Whiston Spirn of MIT,
      at 5 pm today on the Stanford campus. It is free and open to the public.

      I hope to see you there!

      --Michael Kahan


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      Please join us for a lecture by* Anne Whiston Spirn, �Restoring Mill Creek:
      Landscape Literacy and Environmental Justice.�*



      To view the Facebook announcement for this event, click here:
      http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=129117810476030
      To view the Stanford Events announcement for this event, click
      here:http://events.stanford.edu/events/254/25437


      Professor Anne Whiston Spirn of MIT will present �Restoring Mill Creek:
      Landscape Literacy and Environmental Justice.� Spirn is visiting Stanford
      as the Model Scholar selected by the senior class in the Program on Urban
      Studies.



      Spirn, a professor of Landscape Architecture and Urban Studies and Planning
      at MIT, has an international reputation for scholarship that combines an
      understanding of the natural and built environments. She has received
      numerous fellowships and awards including the Guggenheim Fellowship and the
      President�s Award of Excellence from the American Society of Landscape
      Architects. In 2001, she received the International Cosmos Prize for
      �contributions to the harmonious coexistence of nature and mankind.�



      Spirn�s talk will focus on the research-in-action project that she directs
      in the inner-city neighborhood of West Philadelphia. Since 1987, the West
      Philadelphia Landscape Project (WPLP) has integrated research, teaching and
      community service to enhance environmental quality, stimulate economic
      development, and strengthen public school curricula and undergraduate and
      professional education. The project is also the subject of Spirn�s
      forthcoming book, *Top-Down/Bottom-Up: Rebuilding the Landscape of Community
      *.



      When: Tuesday, November 9, 2010. 5:00 pm

      Approximate duration of 1.5 hours



      Where: Building 370, room 370



      Audience: Students, General Public, Alumni / Friends, Faculty / Staff



      Tags: Environmental

      Lecture / Reading



      *Sponsor:* Program on Urban Studies. *Cosponsored by*: American Studies,
      Architectural Design, Center for the Comparative Study of Race and
      Ethnicity, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Earth Systems, The Haas
      Center for Public Service, Woods Institute for the Environment

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