Forbes Lipschitz Assistant Professor,
Louisiana State University

Forbes Lipschitz

Forbes Lipschitz is Assistant Professor and Suzanne L. Turner Professor at the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, where she teaches studio and seminar courses in landscape planning, geographic information systems, and representation. Through geovisualization and interdisciplinary collaboration, her current research investigates the social and ecological dynamics of conventional working landscapes, with a particular interest in North American agricultural territories. She has been awarded teaching and research grants from the LSU Office of Research and Development, the Coastal Sustainability Studio, and the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in Fine Arts. Her professional experience in landscape architecture has spanned a range of public, private, and infrastructural work, including a multi-year installation at Les Jardins de Metis. She received her Master in Landscape Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and a Bachelors of the Arts from Pomona College in Claremont, California.



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Paper Session 3: Infrastructures