Randolph Hester Jr.: What is the Shape, Size, Color, and Texture of Ecological Democracy?

Notebook sketch of the Shin Tsen Village

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Clarence S. Stein Institute for Urban and Landscape Studies Fall 2014 Lecture Series

A native of rural North Carolina, Randolph Hester Jr. is a landscape architect and professor emeritus of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at University of California–Berkeley. His work and teaching focus on applying sociology to the design of neighborhoods, cities, and landscapes. Hester's many books include Design for Ecological Democracy (2010).

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