From the Pragmatic to the Spiritual

An Intellectual Autobiography
  • Clare Cooper Marcus
Part of the Human Behavior and Environment book series (HUBE, volume 11)


I was born in 1934 in England and raised in the north London suburb of Finchley, except for the period of World War II, when I was evacuated to the country. I was educated in public and private schools, and in 1952 entered the University of London, where I majored in historical geography. I completed a master’s degree in cultural and urban geography at the University of Nebraska in 1958 under the direction of James E. Vance, Jr., and Leslie Hewes. After teaching cartography and working as an urban planner in Britain for 3 years, I returned to the United States as an immigrant in 1961. A second master’s degree in city and regional planning at the University of California, Berkeley, in 1965 under Melvin Webber turned my attention to the built environment and to the need for postoccupancy evaluation research in housing. After working for several years as a research associate in the Institute of Urban and Regional Development at Berkeley, I started to teach in the Department of Landscape Architecture in 1969. My entire teaching career has been at the University of California, Berkeley, where I am now a professor with a joint appointment in the Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.


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