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"Enriching Places for Longevity: Does Gender Perspective Make a Difference?" - Professor Ann Forsyth

Organized by The Centre for the Future of Places, the School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson foundation

"Enriching Places for Longevity: Does Gender Perspective Make a Difference?" by Professor Ann Forsyth, Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Ann Forsyth (picture: Harvard University)

Trained in planning and architecture, Ann Forsyth is a professor of urban planning at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. From 2007-2012 she was a professor of city and regional planning at Cornell. She taught previously at the University of Minnesota, directing the Metropolitan Design Center (2002-2007), Harvard (1999-2002), and the University of Massachusetts (1993-1999) where she was co-director of a small community design center, the Urban Places Project. She has held short-term positions at Columbia, Macquarie, and Sydney Universities.She is the author or co-author of five books and over 180 refereed and magazine articles, chapters, monographs, edited collections, and book reviews; in addition, she has written dozens of professional reports, reprints, and works in other media. Forsyth has won over sixty awards, citations, named lectureships, and fellowships for individual and collaborative professional and research work.

Belongs to: Centre for the Future of Places
Last changed: Aug 06, 2019