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Jack Williams Publishes Winning Books

Jack Williams is Emeritus Professor and former Landscape Architecture Chair at the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama.  Williams, a Fulbright Scholar in Urban Design, writes about the urban form of small towns across the United States.

East 40 Degrees<br />
by jack Williams

East 40 Degrees
by Jack Williams

His first book, "East 40 Degrees: An Interpretive Atlas," studies small towns from Alabama, through the Appalachian Mountains, to the coast of Maine.

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Easy On Easy Off<br />
    by Jack Williams

Easy On Easy Off
by Jack Williams

His current book, "Easy on, Easy off: The Urban Pathology of America's Small Towns," explores the influence of the Inter-State Highway System on America's small towns.  Jack Williams is a two-time winner of the J.B. Jackson Prize for the best book on landscape studies. Both books are published by The University of Virginia Press. 

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April 14 Lecture
Title:  "Miniatures of Abnegation--The Idea of the American Small Town in Literature, Images and Places."  (This is a quote from Faulkner). It will also be the title of his 3rd book.

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