Cynthia Field

Dr. Field earned her doctorate with a thesis titled “Daniel Hudson Burnham’s City Planning; An Examination of the Development of City Beautiful Planning.” (1974) Most recently she has been co-editor and author of a chapter of The National Mall: Rethinking Washington’s Monumental Core (2008) and published an essay on “The McMillan Commission’s Trip to Europe” in the series Historical Perspectives on Urban Design: Washington, D.C.1890-1910, (1984). Her other publications include essays in Adolf Cluss: Architect, from Germany to America (2005), Paris on the Potomac (2007), and Montgomery C. Meigs and the Building of the Nation’s Capital, (2001).

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