Mira Engler

Professor, Landscape Architecture
Graduate Coordinator, Landscape Architecture
Professor, Urban Design
Director, Urban Design

Contact Information

Phone: (515) 294-8937
Email: miraengl@iastate.edu
Office: 478 Design

Mailing Address

Landscape Architecture Department
158 College of Design
Ames, IA, 50011

Education

EDUCATION

1977-1982                  

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel, with honors

1987-1989                  

Master of Landscape Architecture, University of California, Berkeley

2006-2013                  

Ph.D Architecture, University of California, Los Angeles, Dissertation: “Gordon Cullen and the ‘Cut-and-paste’ Urban landscape,” Major Professor: Sylvia Lavin

On the Web

https://miraengl.wordpress.com/contact-information
LinkedIn

Research Interests

Landscape theory; Landscape representation; Postwar urbanism; Landscape urbanism; Landscape, media, and consumer culture

Current Projects

Upcoming conference papers:

International Conference on the Image, October 2015

"Detachable Images and the Shaping of the Postmodern City"

 

Publication:

“Detachable Images and the Making of the Postmodern City: The Work of Gordon Cullen,” The International Journal on the Image, 6, no. 4, December 2015.

SAH, Society of Architectural Historians, March 2016

"Intersections of Landscape Design Studies and Consumerist Arts" in Reframing Landscape History session

 

book available:

Cut and Paste Urban Landscape: The Work of Gordon Cullen (Routledge 2016)

http://www.routledge.com/9781138848832

Supporting Files

Current Scholarship

  • The Image International Conference, Berkeley, CA, 10/24/2015
  • CELA 2015 paper: Primetime Landscapes = Image Making + Mass Media + Visual Marketing , 03/27/2015
  • upcoming book, Cut and Paste Urban Landscape: The Work of Gordon Cullen (Routledge, 2015), 03/07/2015
  • “Intersections of Landscape Design Studies and Consumerist Arts” in Reframing Landscape History, Society of Architectural Historians, 09/06/2005