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Nature and Ideology

Nature and Garden Design in the Twentieth Century

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$50.00 • £43.95 • €45.95

ISBN 9780884022466

Publication Date: 01/01/1997


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  • Introduction [Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn]
  • An Evolutionary Perspective on Strengths, Fallacies, and Confusions in the Concept of Native Plants [Stephen Jay Gould]
  • Nature and Ideology in Western Descriptions of the Chinese Garden [Craig Clunas]
  • Rousseau, Goethe, Humboldt: Their Influence on Later Advocates of the Nature Garden [Jost Hermand]
  • Emerson’s Aesthetic and Natural Design: A Theoretical Foundation for the Work of Horace William Shaler Cleveland [Daniel Joseph Nadenicek]
  • Re-presenting Nature: Ideology, Art, and Science in William Robinson’s “Wild Garden” [Anne L. Helmreich]
  • Warren H. Manning: Pragmatist in the Wild Garden [Robin Karson]
  • Wild Gardening and the Popular American Magazine, 1890–1918 [Virginia Tuttle Clayton]
  • Jacobus P. Thijsse’s Influence on Dutch Landscape Architecture [Jan Woudstra]
  • The Nationalization of Nature and the Naturalization of of the German Nation: “Teutonic” Trends in Early Twentieth-Century Landscape Design [Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn]
  • Ideological Aspects of Nature Garden Concepts in Late Twentieth-Century Germany [Gert Gröning]
  • The Authority of Nature: Conflict and Confusion in Landscape Architecture [Anne Whiston Spirn]
  • Contributors
  • Index

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