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Programme Specification

This document outlines the original Programme specification, published in 2005. PDF file icon

 
Annual Review 2005-2006

Annual Reviews

2005-2006: This review spans the first year of the programme and gives an overview of how the programme is structured as well as how the grants were awarded. PDF file icon

2006-2007: This review spans the second year of the Programme. It features some emerging themes arising from the research and focuses on three projects, 'Liquid City', 'Living in a Material World' and 'London before London'.

2007-2008: This review spans the third year of the Programme. It includes two larger project case studies; Inca Ushnus and The Cultured Rainforest and a case study on the collaborative studentship project - A Place Re-imagined. A review of an event in Chichester is also featured. PDF file icon

 
 Newsletter March 2009

Newsletters

March 2009: This is the first newsletter to be produced for the Programme. It contains snippets of information concerning the projects and the directorate. PDF file icon

July 2009: This is the second newsletter to be produced for the Programme. It contains an article on the 'Living Landscapes' conference and other events and items. PDF file icon

March 2010: The third programme newsletter, this edition features news about an important archaeological discovery by the 'Inca Ushnus' project team, details of the Researching Environmental Change networks, updates on 'The Indian Ocean' and 'The Sublime Object', a new publication by the 'Militarized Landscapes' team, and the award of a Landscape and Environment PhD. PDF file icon

August 2011: The first Director's Impact Fellowship newsletter gives an overview of the first six months of the fellowship. There are features on the four workshops that took place in June, plus information on the Researching Environmental Change awards. It also highlights 'Robinson in Ruins' and has a piece on the Warplands performance that is to take place in September. PDF file icon

March 2012: The final Impact Fellowship newsletter provides an update on the activities of the Directorate including the live premier of Warplands, the filming of Imagining Change: Coastal Conversations, and plans for the Fellowship book. It also includes updates on Programme funded projects. PDF file icon

 

Landscape and Environment Programme

School of Geography
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University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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email: landscape@nottingham.ac.uk