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David R. Coffin Publication Grant for 2019

The Foundation for Landscape Studies is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2019 David R. Coffin Publication Grant, which is given for the research and publication of a book that advances scholarship in the field of garden history and landscape studies. The recipients are listed in alphabetical order.

Dan Kiley

Volume Five, Library of American Landscape History’s Modern Landscape Design series

Jane Amidon, professor of Landscape Architecture at Northeastern University, teaches studio, lecture, and seminar courses focused on the ideas, histories, and design strategies of changing cities.

Elizabeth Butler
Spirited Stone: Lessons from Kubota’s Garden

Chin Music Press

Elizabeth Butler, outdoor grants manager for the Salmon Section of the Duwamish/Green/Central Puget Sound, Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish, and Snohomish watersheds, is overseeing this compendium of contributions by a group of scholars, novelists, poets, and garden enthusiasts on the legacy of nurseryman Fujitaro Kubota, who transformed a Puget Sound swampland in southern Seattle into a version of the Japanese garden.

Helen L. Horowitz
Traces of J. B. Jackson, The Man Who Taught Us to See Everyday America

University of Virginia Press

Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz, a Smith College professor emerita, is the author of books ranging from architecture to women’s studies.

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
From the Schuylkill to the Hudson: Landscapes of the Early American Republic,

exhibition catalogue

This handsome volume will accompany an exhibition organized by Anna O. Marley, curator of historical American art at the academy and director of the Center for the Study of the American Artist.