Martin Hogue is the William Munsey Kennedy Jr. Fellow in the Department of Landscape Architecture in the College of Environmental Forestry at the State University of New York, Syracuse. Trained as an architect and landscape architect, he has taught at several institutions, including Syracuse University, where he was an associate professor, and the University of Nebraska, where he was appointed Hyde Chair in Excellence in 2004. His research has been published in Architecture-Québec, Dichotomy, Landscape Journal, Places, Thresholds, 306090 and the Journal of Architectural Education. His work has been the subject of several solo exhibitions at venues across the country, including the Urban Center in New York, Ohio State University and the Center for Land Use Interpretation. He is currently working on an exhibit of drawings titled One Site or Another: Packaging the Camping Experience in America.
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Posts by Martin Hogue
PLACES: Kampground, America (07.02.12)
PLACES: A Short History of the Campsite (05.31.11)
PLACES: Land, Speed and Bonneville (08.18.10)