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“It’s Like Scotland, Minus the Weather”: An Ethnographic Account of Landscape in Bahrain

March 7, 2017 | Gareth Doherty

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Gareth Doherty is an assistant professor of landscape architecture and senior research associate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Doherty’s research and teaching focus on the intersections between landscape architecture, urbanism, and anthropology. Doherty’s books include Ecological Urbanism, edited with Mohsen Mostafavi, and Is Landscape…? Essays on the Identity of Landscape, edited with Charles Waldheim. Doherty is a founding editor of New Geographies and editor-in-chief of New Geographies 3: Urbanisms of Color. His recent monograph, Paradoxes of Green: Landscapes of a City-State, is published by the University of California Press.