The Pennsylvania State University

Buildings, Landscapes, and Societies

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Buildings, Landscapes, Societies considers the resonating impact of the designed, planned, and built environment on the historical experience of space, place, and community. Centering mainly on the disciplines of architectural history, history of landscape architecture, and the history of urbanism, works in this series seek to negotiate the relationship between the constructed world and expressions of social, political, and cultural identity.

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