Ms Liana Muller is a practising professional Landscape Architect. She holds a Masters degree in Anthropology and is a lecturer in the Masters of Landscape Architecture Programme at the School of Architecture, Planning and Geomatics at the University of Cape Town. She is actively involved within the heritage field, completing heritage audits, management plans and designs for Cultural Landscapes across Southern Africa and internationally. Her academic research revolves around heritage landscapes, specifically focussing on people's present and past connection with the environment, and the role of historic green infrastructure as anchoring points for memory and meaning. She is a co-editor of the Landscape Architecture in South Africa Compendium and Reader, due for publication in 2011. She is also publishing a chapter in the book "The Mpondo Revolts: Meanings and Significance" edited by Thembela Kepe and Lungisile Ntsebeza.
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