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Jackson , Hardcover. Jackson founded, edited, and published Landscape, a magazine that changed the way scholars, writers, teachers, designers, planners, and artists came to understand the everyday places that surround us and influence us in fundamental ways. Then, as a lecturer at Harvard University and the University of California, Berkeley, Jackson further pioneered "landscape studies," a field through which he continues to inspire those who study and interpret landscapes, whether urban, rural, suburban, social, or wild. Drawn to Landscape is the first book to present fully the many aspects of Jackson's career. Including original essays by those who not only knew him best but who have carried his torch to new heights in their own respective work, the book sheds valuable light on Jackson's life and oeuvre, from the time of his childhood to his death in , as well as on his many legacies that remain today.
Jackson edited by Janet Mendelsohn and Chris Wilson with drawings, watercolors, and photographs by J. John Brinckerhoff Jackson founded, edited, and published Landscape from —, a magazine that changed the way everyone—including writers and scholars, planners and designers, artists and the general public—came to understand and interpret the everyday places that surround us and influence us in fundamental ways. Then, through his distinguished teaching career at Harvard University and the University of California, Berkeley, and through his expansive array of seminal essays and influential books, Jackson further pioneered the advancement of "landscape studies," whose connections today extend to more than a dozen academic, artistic, and professional fields.
Edited by Chris Wilson and Paul Groth. In , at the age of 41, John Brinckerhoff Jackson began publishing the periodical Landscape. Educated at the University of Wisconsin, Harvard College, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Jackson was trained to understand cultural landscapes during his service as a combat intelligence officer in northern France during World War II. Discharged from the army at the war's conclusion, he drove across the United States in a surplus jeep and embarked upon his life-long mission to decode America's built form.