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Landscape Architecture Research

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Need research assistance? If you are getting started searching for information, wanting to organize and manage your research, or just can't find the full-text of a source, I'm here to help.

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 Mia D'Avanza, Director, Fisher Fine Arts Library

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To get started, browse Franklin from the library homepage. Try the subject heading "Landscape architecture." You can also locate many resources in the call number range for landscape architecture, SB469-476, as well as in the architectural call numbers NA2000s and NA9000s. Keep current by reading Scenario Journal, an online publication focused on urban landscape.


The Fisher Fine Arts Library collects materials to support research in art and architecture, the decorative arts, photography, historic preservation, city planning, and urban design. The entire history of art is represented, from antiquity to the present. Fisher collects items in many languages. Monographs, exhibition catalogs, journals, facsimiles, reference materials, ephemeral materials, and microforms are all available for research. Fisher acquires electronic resources, including image databases, electronic journals, indexes, and other reference works.

Search for resources in Franklin, the Penn Libraries catalog.

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