Brabec explores land-use culture, policies in Gullah communities
Professor Elizabeth Brabec, Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, will present a talk titled “Commonage in Private Holdings: Land Use and Land Ownership in the Gullah Communities of South Carolina” on Monday, March 4 at noon in 620 Thompson.
Brabec’s research focuses on land conservation and the design and planning of sustainable open space, complemented with a strong interest in culture and the historical basis of landscape form. She studies minority community planning and also teaches a real estate law course.
This lecture is part of the Center for Public Policy and Administration’s spring Faculty Colloquium series, which consists of informal talks, often about works-in-progress, with presenters providing a significant amount of time for audience discussion and feedback. They are open to the public and brown bag lunches are welcome.