Full Bibliography of Publications
 

 

Publications by Kathy Poole

Peer-Reviewed Published Articles

1994 "Ecology as Content: A Subversive (Alternative) Approach to Landscape Design." Ecology, Aesthetics and Design: Scholarly Papers Presented at the 1994 ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO, October 8-11, 1994, San Antonio, Texas. American Society of Landscape Architects and the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.

1994 "Context vs. Concept: Reconstituting the Generation of Form and Content in Landscape Architecture." Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Symposium, Mississippi State University, Gulfport, Mississippi. Mississippi State University.

1995 "Civic Ecology: Infrastructure in the Dynamic City," Critical Urbanism, Proceedings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Northeast Regional Conference 1995, November 1995.

1995 "Civic Infrastructure: Ecology in the Dynamic City," Renewing the American City, Proceedings of the American Society of Landscape Architects and the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, October 1995.

1997 "The Aesthetics of Infrastructure: An Ecological Stormwater Design for the University of Virginia," (with Prof. Shaw Yu, Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Virginia), Aesthetics in the Constructed Environment: Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Water Resources Planning and Management Conference, American Society of Civil Engineers.

1998
"Civitas Oecologie: Civic Infrastructure in the Ecological City," Harvard Architecture Review.1998. Edited by Theresa Genovese, Linda Eastley, and Deanna Snyder. Princton Architectural Press: New York. Accepted for publication January 1995..

1999 "Wet Lands: Civic Stormwater + Contingent Spaces, Carr's Hill University of Virginia," Design Proposal, Eco-Revelatory Design: Nature Constructed / Nature Revealed, Special Issue 1998, Landscape Journal. Accepted for publication March 1997.

2000 "Civic Hydrology: Water as Civic Infrastructure in Bellevue, Washington," Arcade, A Journal for Architecture and Design in the Northwest, Fall 2000, vol. 19-1.

2001 "Evolutionary Infrastructure : Urban Landscapes' Potential Roles + Expressions," Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Los Angeles, 11-15 March 2000.

2001 "Creative Infrastructure: Dynamic Intersections of Urban Ecology And Civic Life," Proceedingsof the Annual Conference of the American Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Los Angeles, 11-15 March 2000.


Published Writing


Articles

1991
Sustainable Arid Landscapes: A Primer. 1991. Jean Marie Hartman with Kathy Poole. Produced for the Aga Khan Unit for Housing and Urbanization at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

1994 "On the Sublime and the Beautiful: Mount St. Helens Photographs by Frank Gohlke," Review of Exhibit Featured at the 1993 Conference of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture. Landscape Journal, vol. 13, no. 2, Fall.

1999 Critic at Large : "Civic Hydrology: Defining Public Ground in Frederick, Maryland," Landscape Architecture Magazine, June.

1999 "Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial: Review of Two Publications and Critical Review of Memorial," Land Forum , inaugural issue 01.


Book Chapters

"Building Ecological Understandings In Studio: A Repertoire for a Well-Crafted Learning Experience," Kathy Poole, primary author, with Susan Galatowitsch, Robert Grese, Douglas Johnston, J. Timothy Keller, Lee R. Skabelund, Carl Steinitz, Joan Woodward, David Richey. A chapter in the forthcoming publication by Island Press. The chapter is an outgrowth of the Shire Conference, Teaching Ecology in Design and Planning Programs, 16-19 July, Columbia River Gorge, Washington.

“Watershed Management as Urban Design: The Civic Hydrology of Bellevue, Washington.”  The chapter is an outgrowth of Water Sensitive Ecological Design and Planning,” Harvard University, 26-28 February 2001.

“Potentials for Landscapes as Infrastructure, Part I: Six and a Half Degree of Infrastructure” and “Potentials for Landscapes as Infrastructure, Part II: Evolving Civic Infrastructure” in Landscape As Infrastructure, KERB, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia, December 2004.

“Potentials for Landscapes as Infrastructure, Part I: Six and a Half Degree of Infrastructure” and “Potentials for Landscapes as Infrastructure, Part II: Evolving Civic Infrastructure” in Landscape As Infrastructure, KERB, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia, December 2004.

Publication, Commentaires, and Public Discussions of Kathy Poole's Work


Journals + Magazines


1996 Charles Feigenoff, "Design for Ecological Sensibility," Explorations: Research Highlights from the University of Virginia, Fall.

1997 John Beardsley, "Strategies of Change?," Landscape Architecture Magazine, July .

1998 Mary Cail, "The Future of the Piedmont and the World: William McDonough and The Institute of Sustainable Design," Albemarle Magazine, April-May.

1999 Paul Bennett, "Making Water Visible," Landscape Architecture Magazine, April 1999, pp. 70-75, 96-99. Discussion of Wet Lands mapping and Carr’s Hill Design proposal.

1999 Brenda Brown, "Holding Moving Landscapes," Eco-Revelatory Design: Nature Constructed / Nature Revealed, Special Issue 1998 Landscape Journal, pp. 52-68. Discussion of "Wet Lands: Civic Stormwater + Contingent Spaces, Carr's Hill University of Virginia."

1999 Richard Haag, "Eco-Revelatory Design: The Challenge of the Exhibit," Eco-Revelatory Design: Nature Constructed / Nature Revealed, Special Issue 1998 Landscape Journal, pp. 72-79. Commentary on "Wet Lands: Civic Stormwater + Contingent Spaces, Carr's Hill University of Virginia."

1999 Susan Galatowitsch, "Ecological Design for Environmental Problem Solving," Eco-Revelatory Design: Nature Constructed / Nature Revealed, Special Issue 1998 Landscape Journal, pp. 99-107. Discussion of "Wet Lands: Civic Stormwater + Contingent Spaces, Carr's Hill University of Virginia."

1999 Patricia Phillips, "Intelligible Images: The Dynamics of Disclosure," Eco-Revelatory Design: Nature Constructed / Nature Revealed, Special Issue 1998 Landscape Journal, pp. 109-117. Commentary on "Wet Lands: Civic Stormwater + Contingent Spaces, Carr's Hill University of Virginia."

1999 Robert L. Thayer, Jr., "Landscape as an Ecologically Revealing Language," Eco-Revelatory Design: Nature Constructed / Nature Revealed, Special Issue 1998 Landscape Journal, pp. 118-129. Discussion of "Wet Lands: Civic Stormwater + Contingent Spaces, Carr's Hill University of Virginia."

1999 Frederick Turner, "A Cracked Case," Eco-Revelatory Design: Nature Constructed / Nature Revealed, Special Issue 1998 Landscape Journal, pp. 130-138. Mention of "Wet Lands: Civic Stormwater + Contingent Spaces, Carr's Hill University of Virginia."

2000 "Wet Lands: Civic Stormwater + Contingent Spaces, Carr's Hill University of Virginia," Design Proposal, Designed Landscape Forum: Unbuilt Work.

2001 "A Fluid Existence," Landscape Architecture Magazine, January 2001, discussion of mapping exhibition.


Newspapers

1999 Anne Grundon, "’That’s a Great View’: Landscape Architect from Uva Sizing up Bristol’s Potential," Bristol Herald Courier, 24 March 1999, p. 1.

1999 David Gregory, "Urban Ecology Part 1: Civic Hydrology," Green Print, Cook College, Rutgers University, 24 February 1999, p. 6.

1999 "Festival Filled Days of May," The Springs Magazine, Hot Springs, Arkansas, Vol. 6 no. 4, May 1999.

2000 Anne Grundon, "’It’s Perfect’: Landscape Architect’s Search for Stones to Finish Bristol Design Ends," Bristol Herald Courier, 4 May 2000, p.1.