Professor Csepely-Knorr will discuss the work and legacy of women landscape architects and garden designers working in the post-war period in Britain and beyond. By looking at the networks of Brenda Colvin (1897-1981) the first woman to be elected president of the Institute of Landscape Architects, Professor Csepely-Knorr will highlight the impact she and and a wider network of women had as designers, educators, campaigners and advocates.
Professor Luca Csepely-Knorr is Chair in Architecture at the University of Liverpool School of Architecture. She is leading the Arts and Humanities Research Council funded Women of the Welfare Landscape project, that uncovers the contribution of women to the creation of the landscapes of the British Welfare State and beyond.
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