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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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  • LRG eBulletin

    LRG eBulletin

    January 2017 issue

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  • New HERCULES Cultural Landscape Blog

    A new HERCULES Cultural Landscapes Blog discusses WP8: The human factor at work in the landscape. The blog is written by Geneviève Girod and is available here.

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  • LRG Annual Lecture 2016

    On the 8th December 2016, the LRG will host its sixth Annual Lecture. The lecture will be given by Professor Brian Goodey on the topic, “Interpreting the Landscape: The Popular Agenda”, and will take place at the London School of Economics, in the Alumni Theatre, New Academic Building, 32 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PH. […]

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  • New HERCULES Cultural Landscape Blog

    A new HERCULES Cultural Landscapes Blog discusses WP7: Knowledge Hub for Good Landscape Practices. The blog is written by Matej Batič and is available here.

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  • New HERCULES Cultural Landscapes Blog

    A new HERCULES Cultural Landscapes Blog discusses WP6: Initiatives all over Europe implement the landscape approach, but they need more commitment from governments, society and markets. The blog is written by María García Martín and is available here.

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  • IALE European Congress: Call for Symposia

    The next IALE European Congress will take place in September 2017. This edition will be hosted in Ghent (Belgium) and is organized by IALE-Europe and the Department of Geography of Ghent University. The theme of the congress will be From pattern and process to people and action, which reflects that landscape ecology is a meeting […]

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  • New HERCULES Cultural Landscapes Blog: Studying the Long-Term History of Europe’s Cultural Landscapes

    A new HERCULES Cultural Landscapes Blog discusses the long-term history of Europe’s cultural landscapes. The blog is written byMaurice Kleijn and Jan Kolen and is available here.

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