Gareth Doherty is Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at Graduate School of Design, Harvard University
Gareth Doherty’s research and teaching focus on the intersections between landscape architecture, urbanism, and anthropology. His newest book, Paradoxes of Green: Landscapes of a City-State, was published in 2017 by the University of California Press. Previous publications include Is Landscape…? Essays on the Identity of Landscape, edited with Charles Waldheim, and Ecological Urbanism, edited with Mohsen Mostafavi, which has been translated into Chinese, Spanish, and Portuguese, with Arabic and Persian editions in process. Doherty is a founding editor of the New Geographies journal and editor-in-chief of New Geographies 3: Urbanisms of Color.
Doherty received a Doctor of Design degree from the GSD in 2010 and received his Master of Landscape Architecture and Certificate in Urban Design from the University of Pennsylvania. He earned masters and undergraduate degrees from University College Dublin.