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Jill Desimini, "Value in Vacancy: Landscape and the Shrinking City"

Jill Desimini is a landscape architect and an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at the
Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Her research focuses on landscape strategies for shrinking cities in North America. The work attempts to re-frame the normative dialogue surrounding population loss towards a productive outcome. Prior to joining the GSD, she was a senior associate at Stoss Landscape Urbanism. She holds MLA and MArch degrees from the University of Pennsylvania.

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