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100 1  Cohen, William J 
245 10 Ecohumanism and the Ecological Culture :|bThe Educational 
       Legacy of Lewis Mumford and Ian Mcharg 
264  1 Philadelphia :|bTemple University Press,|c2019 
264  4 |c©2019 
300    1 online resource (319 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Foreword: Redesigning the Nature of 
       the Academy, by Frederick R. Steiner -- Acknowledgments --
       Introduction -- The Holistic Nature of Ecohumanism -- 
       Structure and Organization of the Book -- Part I. Pathways
       to the Ecological Culture -- 1. Emergence of a Second 
       Enlightenment for the Ecological Culture -- A Second 
       Enlightenment: Prerequisite for the Ecological Culture -- 
       Closing One Door and Opening Another -- Constructing 
       Ecohumanism -- 2. Planning and Design Perspectives for the
       Ecological Culture -- Interpretations of Nature -- The 
       Scientific Field of Ecology -- The Human Field of Ecology 
       -- Nature and Human Systems -- The Environmentalists -- 
       Organic and Empirical Traditions -- Frederick Law Olmsted 
       (1822-1903) -- Ebenezer Howard (1850-1928) -- Patrick 
       Geddes (1854-1932) -- Lewis Mumford (1895-1990) -- Benton 
       MacKaye (1879-1975) -- Artur Glikson (1911-1966) -- Ian L.
       McHarg (1920-2001) -- 3. The Shaping of Lewis Mumford's 
       Ecohumanism -- Technics and the Renewal of Life -- An 
       Emerging Ecohumanism -- Charting a Direction -- Mumford's 
       Ecohumanism in Regional Planning -- Mumford's Ecohumanism 
       in Education -- Part II. Planning and Design: The Fusion 
       of Theory and Practice -- 4. Ian McHarg's Theory and 
       Method of Ecological Planning and Design -- What Kind of 
       Planning? -- McHarg's Theory of Ecological Planning -- 
       McHarg's Planning Method -- 5.Design with Nature: Planning
       Theory and Critiques -- The Rejection of Ecological 
       Planning as Normative Planning Theory -- The First 
       Critical Reviews of Design with Nature -- The Charge of 
       Elitism -- Questioning of the Philosophy -- An 
       Unsystematic and Incomplete Method -- Ignorance of the 
       Ecology of the City -- The Need to Incorporate Political 
       and Moral Values -- Vague Treatment of Population Growth -
       - The Economic Allocation of Land Resources -- Later 
       Critiques -- Political Circumstances 
505 8  Exaggerated Claims of Originality -- Dogmatic Adherence to
       Environmental Determinism -- Ecological Inventory or 
       Ecological Planning -- The Absence of a Cultural or Human 
       Perspective -- Part III. Ecology and Human Ecology in 
       Planning and Design Education: A History of an 
       Interdisciplinary Curriculum, 1936-2000 -- 6. The Academic
       Environments at Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania,
       1936-1968 -- The Academic Environment at Harvard 
       University, 1936-1950 -- McHarg's First Teaching 
       Assignments, 1950-1954 -- McHarg's Early Years at the 
       University of Pennsylvania, 1954-1959 -- Landscape 
       Architecture and Regional Planning, 1960-1968 -- Man and 
       Environment," 1959-1963 -- Wallace-McHarg Associates, 1963
       -1964 -- Developing the Regional Planning Curriculum, 1963
       -1967 -- The Institute for Environmental Studies -- The 
       Dawning of the Golden Age of Ecological Planning -- 7. The
       Ecological Planning Curriculum, 1969-1973 -- Design with 
       Nature, 1967-1969 -- Two Pivotal Nonacademic Ventures, 
       1969-1970 -- The Ecological Planning Curriculum, 1969-1972
       -- Ecological Planning, Research, Design, and Applied 
       Opportunities, 1970-1973 -- Center for Ecological Research
       in Planning and Design: The Medford Study -- Design of the
       Environment Program -- Wallace, McHarg, Roberts and Todd, 
       1965-1973 -- Changes at the University, 1970-1973 -- 8. 
       The Human Ecological Planning Curriculum Is Established, 
       1973-1979 -- The Period of Transition, 1973-1974 -- The 
       National Institute of Mental Health Grant -- Pedagogical 
       and Practical Underpinnings of the Regional Planning 
       Curriculum -- An Interdisciplinary Curriculum in a 
       Multidisciplinary World, 1974-1979 -- Some New Pedagogical
       Engagements, 1975-1978 -- Ominous Portents: Cracks in the 
       Mirror, 1978-1979 -- 9. Increasing Disarray and the Loss 
       in Momentum, 1980-1985 -- Changes outside the University 
       Affecting the Curriculum 
505 8  Modifying the Pedagogical Statement and Joint Degree 
       Programs, 1981-1985 -- The 501 Studio: Common Core of the 
       Curriculum, 1981-1984 -- Losing the Momentum: Dilemma and 
       Change, 1982-1985 -- 10. Phasing Down of the Human 
       Ecological Planning Curriculum and New Directions, 1986-
       2000 -- A New Chair and a New Emphasis, 1986-1993 -- A New
       Perception: Traditional Strengths and Process, 1994-2000 -
       - McHarg's Final Courses and Tribute, 1996-2000 -- 11. A 
       Retrospective Analysis of the Ecological Planning 
       Curriculum -- McHarg's Persona -- The Interdisciplinary 
       Curriculum -- External Factors beyond the University -- 
       Part IV. Future Prospects for Education in the Ecological 
       Culture -- 12. Ecological Planning: Ian McHarg's Legacy in
       Practice and Education -- McHarg's Legacy in Practice -- 
       McHarg's Legacy in Education -- Future Educational 
       Prospects for Ecological Planning -- 13. A Future for 
       Ecohumanism and the Ecological Culture: From Technology to
       Education -- The New Normal Science for Technology in the 
       Ecological Culture -- Ecohumanism in Planning for the 
       Ecological Culture -- Ecohumanism in Design for the 
       Ecological Culture -- Ecohumanism in Education for the 
       Ecological Culture -- An Ecohumanism Curriculum for the 
       Ecological Culture -- Foundational Studies -- Planning and
       Design Studies -- Community Development Studies -- Project
       -Specific Practicum or Studio -- Selected Bibliography -- 
       Index of Names -- General Subject Index 
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650  0 Mumford, Lewis,-1895-1990. 
650  0 McHarg, Ian L.,-1920-2001. 
650  0 Human ecology-Study and teaching 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Steiner, Frederick R 
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