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  • Landscape Justice Debate, 6 December, London

    Book tickets NOW What is landscape justice and why does it matter? Wednesday 6 December 2017, 2 – 6 pm The Wellcome Collection, London NW1 2BE Followed by a drinks reception and optional dinner Join us on 6 December for a debate with Dr Aviva Rahmani, an eco-art activist whose public and ecological art projects have […]

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  • International Landscape Day

    Today, 20 October 2017, is the first ever International Landscape Day! #A day to think about what landscape means and why it is important. #A day to think about how we can implement the ‘landscape approach’ in policy and practice https://rm.coe.int/leaflet-brochure-the-landscape-approach-l-approche-paysagere/1680717f1a

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  • CFP: Circling the square

    Circling the Square: Re-designing nature-cultures in a changing urban climate 23-24 November 2017 at the TÜ Munich. Deadline for abstracts 2 October 2017. Reasonable travel and accommodation costs will be reimbursed for all presenters. More details

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  • Conference on Landscape & Aesthetics

    Du sillon à la skyline: des lignes et des paysages: Pour une conception unitaire du paysage 28 et 29 Septembre 2017 Université Rennes 2 More details

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  • Landscape Justice: A Debate, 6 December 2017

    6 December 2017, The Wellcome Collection, London 14.00 – 18.00, followed by a drinks’ reception 19.30 – Dinner at a nearby restaurant In place of our LRG Annual Lecture, this year we have invited not just one but four inspiring speakers. They will lead this debate/workshop exploring the issue of landscape justice and role of research […]

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  • Protected Areas between Conservation, Economic Development and Politics

    5th Workshop of LRG’s German partner organisation Protected Areas between Conservation, Economic Development and Politics Odernheim, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany 20-22 September 2017 The programme features ten presentations on topics such as landscape theory and protected areas, people-nature relations, transboundary conservation in the Wadden Sea National Parks, wind power developments in protected areas and the neoliberalisation of […]

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  • AGM & LANDSCAPE RESEARCH SEMINAR

    AGM The AGM takes place at The Gallery, 77 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EL from 17.30 – 18.15. Please email Pauline Graham if you are attending the AGM. LANDSCAPE RESEARCH SEMINAR Immediately following the AGM is a special Landscape Research seminar, in the same venue from 18.30 – 20.30. More details and registration via Eventbrite

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  • CFP: Uplandish – New Perspectives on Northern England’s ‘Wild’ Places

    Call for Papers! Uplandish: New Perspectives on Northern England’s ‘Wild’ Places York St John University, 30th June 2017 This interdisciplinary conference is open to scholars working in English Literature, Cultural Studies, Creative Writing, Art History, Fine Art, Photography, Film Studies, Media Studies, Critical Heritage Studies, Geography, Politics and Sociology. Interventions other than traditional academic papers – […]

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  • CFP: Protected Areas between Conservation, Economic Development and Politics

    5th Workshop of LRG’s German partner organisation Protected Areas between Conservation, Economic Development and Politics Odernheim, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany 20-22 September 2017   Deadline for abstract submission: 31 March 2017 Large protected areas often are not only intended to serve conservation purposes, but also to boost tourism and other local economies. The workshop focuses on resulting […]

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  • New HERCULES Cultural Landscapes Blog

    A new HERCULES Cultural Landscapes Blog is available, reflecting on the three-year-long HERCULES project. The blog is written by the Hercules consortium project leader, Tobias Pleininger, and is available here.

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