Unfolding Landscape in a Lebanese Village: Rural Heritage in a Globalizing World
Type
paper/essay
Year
2009
This article searches for a rooted conception of ‘landscape’ even if there is no suitable translation in Arabic. Semi-structured interviews in the village of Ebel-es-Saqi in Lebanon reveals a spatially explicit conception that can inspire the discourse of landscape architecture, an emerging profession the region. 

Source: Jala Makhzoumi
Citation
Makhzoumi, Jala. “Unfolding Landscape in a Lebanese Village: Rural Heritage in a Globalizing World” in International Journal of Heritage Studies 15 (4), Taylor and Francis: Oxford, 2009, pp 317-337. 
Authorities
Copyright
Jala Makhzoumi
Country
Lebanon
Language
English
Keywords
rural heritage
rural landscapes
cultural heritage
cultural identity
landscape design