Resilient community in an era of abandon
Gray, Ethan Gregorie
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The study of Situationist International and Social Ecology within the contemporary context of landscape urbanism can influence the design process of communal spaces in order to help design resilient community spaces in urban areas that respond to the critical needs of the American post-industrialized landscape. Through the use of contemporary design examples across the American landscape, a new language of resistive communal landscape can be developed and nurtured. The thesis asks: How can landscape architecture leverage the social theories of the Situationist International and Social Ecology to reinforce the activation of resilient communities?