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 XXIII Forum of Landscape Architecture
The Global Landscape

Lublin (Poland), March 10-11, 2021 On-line conference

Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture / Faculty of Agrobioenineering

 

The University of Life Sciences in Lublin is organizer of the XXIII Forum of Landscape Architecture, which is going to be held remotely on the Microsoft TEAMS platform at the beginning of March 2021. The isolation caused by the virus which has affected the entire world was the result of the ongoing globalization. The topic of the next XXIII Forum of Landscape Architecture - The Global Landscape, is a natural consequence of this situation and affects all areas of landscape architects' activities: human, because we see changing landscapes from all over the world; nature, with its ‘journey’ of viruses, bacteria, plants and animals; techniques, with a landscape shaped by global technologies and filled with infrastructure; art, with roots of styles derived from outside of Europe. Let's try to unravel what is hidden in the keynote of this Forum. The previous forums of landscape architecture dealt with: Polish landscape - protection and shaping of the native landscape (19th Forum in Rzeszów); apprenticeship, research and teaching in landscape architecture (20th Forum in Krakow); challenges of landscape architecture resulting from legal conditions adopted in the second decade of the 21st century (21st Forum in Warsaw); difficult landscapes - conflicting, deformed, devoid of identity (22th Forum in Wrocław).

 

Topics of speeches within thematic blocks:
Landscape in the times of globalization
Globalization versus security and living conditions
Cultural dimension of globalization
Development of cities in the face of globalism

 

Speakers:

March 10, 2021
Landscape in the times of globalization

Prof. Zbigniew Myczkowski,  Andrzej Siwek PhD – Cultural park - between the pressure of globalism and the protection of local values - a case study

Prof.  Elżbieta Raszeja – Global re-evaluation – city landscape in times of crisis

Prof.  Adam M. Szymski –  Does the landscape have a nationality? The story of one stamp

Prof. Aleksander Böhm – The global landscape - a reason for pride and shame? (example of Mesopotamian wetlands)

Agnieszka Kępkowicz PhD – Landscape of the wellness, homeliness, temptation and living – attractiveness of spaces and evolutionary psychology

Ewelina Widelska PhD – Priority landscapes in the context of contemporary revitalization activities

Roman Marcinek MSc –  Okopy św. Trójcy. Borderland myth inscribed in the landscape

Agata Gajdek PhD; Anita Poradowska PhD – An abandonment agricultural landscape - a place of returning nature and outgoing culture

Sylwia Szefler MSc Eng. – Protection of the natural and cultural values ​​of the Puchaczów commune against the threats of globalism concerning rural areas

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Globalization versus security and living conditions

Prof. Alina Drapella-Hermansdorfer – Landscapes in a global binding network versus post-pandemic reality

Prof. Renata Giedych – Strategies for making public open spaces available during the COVID-19 pandemic

Renata Jóźwik PhD – The therapeutic importance of green spaces in health restoration. What can spaces look like in the post-covid era?

Agnieszka Mandziuk PhD; Prof. Beata Fornal-Pieniak – Willingness to pay for recreation in urban forests in a medium-sized city during pandemia COVID19 in Poland - case study

Paulina Polko PhD; Kinga Kimic PhD – Safety-building factors in urban parks

Prof. Bożena Denisow – Bee flora responses to trends in agricultural areas

Prof. Małgorzata Milecka –  The world of animals in the face of globalization changes

Prof. Robert Kalbarczyk; Prof. Eliza Kalbarczyk – Assessment of precipitation distribution in Poland for the needs of a landscape architect

Prof. Eliza Kalbarczyk; Prof. Robert Kalbarczyk – Planning of adaptation to climate change in selected Polish cities

Kinga Kimic PhD – Information and communication technologies in programming contemporary green areas

 
March 11, 2021
Cultural dimension of globalization

Prof.  Irena Niedźwiecka Filipiak – Does globalisation allow for regionalism?

Prof. Krzysztof Młynarczyk; Prof. Agnieszka Jaszczak; Abdalla Omer Elkhatib Msc Eng. – The penetration of cultures on the examples of public spaces in selected countries of the Middle East

Mariusz Antolak PhD – Global education of children in the field of landscapingn – Global Garden Project Praia (Cape Verde)

Michał Uruszczak PhD –  Freehand drawing as a landscape architect's work tool

Natalia Kot PhD – Global Garden - The Third Land­scape of the city of Świdnik

Prof. Jan Rylke – The history of garden art as a complete science with a global aspect

Seweryn Malawski PhD – Nativeity in the age of cosmopolitanism - the concept of a garden at the end of the 18th century in the works of Jan Krzysztof Kluk (1739-1796)

Joanna Dobrzańska MSc Eng.; Prof. Robert Kalbarczyk; Prof.  Monika Ziemiańska; Paweł Lochyński  PhD – Trees as bioindicators of the state of the environment in copper mining areas

Michalina Piegat Eng.; Prof. Eliza Kalbarczyk – Implementation of actions in the field of adaptation to climate change in selected Polish cities

Margot Dudkiewicz PhD,  Uliana Havryliv Eng. – Experiencing art in the city space on the example of the surroundings of Galeria Labirynt in Lublin

 

Development of cities in the face of globalism

Prof. Jerzy Solon – Shaping the spatial structure of the landscape in the context of sustainable development - considerations on the sidelines of the landscape audit

Justyna Rubaszek PhD; Prof. Irena Niedźwiecka-Filipiak – Can a compact city be a green city?

Eliza Sochacka PhD; Magdalena Rzeszotarska-Pałka PhD – Assessment of the urban significance as well as the cultural and social value of Szczecin's green areas

Anna Bocheńska-Skałecka PhD – Renewal of settlements under protective conservation of the principles of sustainable development

Margot Dudkiewicz PhD; Anna Łuka MSc Eng. – Sensory public spaces on the example of ‘Plac Niedźwiedzi’ in Adamów (lubelskie voivodeship)

Prof.  Beata J. Gawryszewska; Kinga Zinowiec-Cieplik PhD – EXPO Horticultural 2029 in Lodz. Master Plan

Kinga Kimic PhD; Karina Ostrysz MSc Eng. – Assessment of green and blue infrastructure solutions in shaping urban public spaces – environmental, functional and social aspects

Anna Sołtysik PhD – City for inhabitants – woonerf and pocket parks – elements which change the value of urban space

Prof. Lech Lichołai; Marta Gargała-Polar PhD – Bus shelters as part of the sustainable design of modern cities

Marta Weber-Siwirska PhD; Barbara Ruta (stud.) – The indoor greenery in a public spaces on the example of shopping malls in Wroclaw city

Katarzyna Rędzińska PhD - Landscape Forum - discourse analysis