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Academic journal papers 

 

Landscape and Environment projects have published their research findings in a wide range and number of academic journals. These are listed below by year of publication alongside links to project pages and online versions of papers where available. More papers are currently in preparation and will be added to this list once published. 

2013

Cragoe, M. and Mcdonagh, B.A.K. (2013). Parliamentary enclosure, vermin and the cultural life of English parishes, 1750-1850. Continuity and Change. 28(1):27-50. Project: Changing Landscapes, Changing Environments: enclosure and culture in Northamptonshire, 1700-1900

2012

Various. (2012). Special issue on Art and Environment. Tate Papers. 17. Available online. Features contributions from award holders Patrick Keiller, Nick Alfrey, Matthew Flintham, Geoff Quilley and Craig Richardson and programme Director Stephen Daniels.

Hingley, R. (2012).Living Landscape: Reading Hadrian's Wall. Landscapes. 12(2):41-62. Project: Tales of the Frontier: political representations and practices inspired by Hadrian's Wall.

2011

Bassi, M. (2011). Primary Identities in the lower Omo Valley: Migration, Cataclysm, Conflict and Amalgamation, 1750-1910. Journal of Eastern African Studies. 5(1): 129-157. Project: Landscape, people and parks: Environmental change in the Lower Omo Valley, Southwestern Ethiopia.

Bevan, A. and Conolly, J. (2011). Terraced fields and Mediterranean landscape structure: an analytical case study from Antikythera, Greece. Ecological Modelling. 222:1303–1314. Project: Landscape capital and fragile communities on Antikythera, Greece.

Coates, P., Cole, T., Dudley, M., and Pearson, C. (2011). Defending nation, defending nature? Militarized landscapes and military environmentalism in Britain, France and the United States. Environmental History. 16: 456-491. Project: Militarized landscapes in the twentieth-century: Britain, France and the United States.

Gil-Romera, G., Turton, D., and Sevilla-Callejo, M. (2011). Landscape change in the lower Omo valley, southwestern Ethiopia: burning patterns and woody encroachment in the savanna. Journal of Eastern African Studies. 5(1):108-128. Project: Landscape, people and parks: Environmental change in the Lower Omo Valley, Southwestern Ethiopia.

Tolia-Kelly, D. P. (2011). Narrating the postcolonial landscape: archaeologies of race at Hadrian's Wall. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 36(1):71-88. Project: Tales of the Frontier: political representations and practices inspired by Hadrian's Wall.

Turton, D. (2011). Wilderness, wasteland or home? Three ways of imagining the lower Omo Valley. Journal of Eastern African Studies. 5(1):158-176. Project: Landscape, people and parks: Environmental change in the Lower Omo Valley, Southwestern Ethiopia.

2010

Battersby, C., Donald, D., Gilby, E., Janowitz, A., Martin, T.D., Norbrook, D., Patterson, I., Sarafianos, A., and Tromans, N. (2010). 'The Sublime Object' (nine papers). Tate Papers. 13 (Spring 2010). Project: The sublime object: nature, art and language.

Brace, C. and Johns-Putra, A.G. (2010). Recovering inspiration in the spaces of creative writing. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 35(2): 399-413. Project: Understanding landscapes through creative auto-ethnographies.

Bushell, S. (2010). The mapping of meaning in Wordsworth’s Michael: (Textual Place, Textual Space and Spatialized Speech Acts). Studies in Romanticism. Spring 2010: 43-78. Project: From Goslar to Grasmere: moving through and dwelling in Wordsworth's manuscript spaces.

Claremont, A., Church, A., Bhatti, M. and Stenner, P. (2010). Going public: landscaping everyday life. Cultural Geographies. 17(2):277-282. Project: Writing the landscape of everyday life: lay narratives of the home garden.

Cohen, S., Schofield, J. and Lashua, B. (2010). Introduction to the special issue: music, characterization and urban space. Popular Music History. 4(2):105-110. Project: Popular musicscapes and the characterisation of the urban environment.

Cole, T. (2010). Military presences, civilian absences: Battling nature at the Sennybridge training area, 1940-2008. Journal of War and Cultural Studies. 3(2):215-236. Project: Militarized landscapes in the twentieth-century: Britain, France and the United States. 

Crow, J. and Turner, S. (2010). Unlocking historic landscapes in the Eastern Mediterranean: two pilot studies using Historic Landscape Characterisation. Antiquity. 84(323):216-229. Project: Unlocking historic landscapes in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Gil-Romera, G., Lamb, H., Turton, D., Sevilla-Callejo, M., and Umer, M. (2010). Long-term resilience, bush encroachment patterns and local knowledge in a Northeast African savanna. Global Environmental Change. 20: 612-626. Project: Landscape, people and parks: Environmental change in the Lower Omo Valley, Southwestern Ethiopia.

Hingley, R. (2010). Hadrian's Wall: past, present and future. Antiquity. 84: 1192-1194. Project: Tales of the Frontier: political representations and practices inspired by Hadrian's Wall.

Hingley, R. (2010). The most ancient boundary between England and Scotland: Genealogies of the Roman Wall(s). Classical Reception Journal. 2(1):25-43. Project: Tales of the Frontier: political representations and practices inspired by Hadrian's Wall.

Johnson, D. (2010). Representing Cape Slavery: Literature, Law, History. The Journal of Postcolonial Writing. 46(5):504-516. Project: The Indian Ocean: narratives in literature and in law.

Meddens, F.M., McEwan, C., and Vivanco Pomacanchari, C. (2010). Inca 'stone ancestors' in context at a high altitude ushnu platform. Latin American Antiquity. 21(2). Project: Inca Ushnus: landscape, site and symbol in the Andes. 

Monks, S., Purkis, C., Rawlinson, M., Shinkle, E., White, L. (2010). 'The sublime object' (five papers). Tate Papers. 14 (Autumn 2010). Project: The sublime object: nature, art and language.

Morley, S. (2010). Staring into the contemporary abyss. Tate etc. 20 (Autumn 2010). Project: The sublime object: nature, art and language. 

Palmer, C., Colledge, S., Bevan, A., and Conolly, J. (2010). Vegetation recolonisation of abandoned agricultural terraces on Antikythera, Greece. Environmental Archaeology. 15(1): 64-80. Project: Landscape capital and fragile communities on Antikythera, Greece.

Rogers, A. (2010). The Need for Practical Workshops. Area. 42(1): 127-131. Project:  On-the-go: Mobilities, settlement and performance.  

Stewart, N. (2010). Dancing the Face of Place: Environmental dance and eco-phenomenology. Performance Research. 15(4):32-29. Special issue on 'Fieldworks'. Project: Re-enchantment and reclamation.

Witcher, R. (2010). The fabulous tales of the common people. Part 1: Representing Hadrian's Wall. Public Archaeology. 9(3):126-152. Project: Tales of the Frontier: political representations and practices inspired by Hadrian's Wall.

Witcher, R. (2010). The fabulous tales of the common people. Part 2: Encountering Hadrian's Wall. Public Archaeology. 9(4):211-238. Project: Tales of the Frontier: political representations and practices inspired by Hadrian's Wall.

Winchester, A. J. L. and Straughton, E.A. (2010). Stints and sustainability: managing stock levels on common land in England, c.1600-2006. Agricultural History Review. 58(1):30-48. Project: Contested common land: environmental governance, law and sustainable management, c. 1600-2006.

Witcher, R., Tolia-Kelly, D. and Hingley, R. (2010). Archaeologies of landscape: Excavating the materialities of Hadrian's Wall. Journal of Material Culture. 15(1):1-24. Project: Tales of the Frontier: political representations and practices inspired by Hadrian's Wall.

2009

Barker, G., Barton, H., Boutsika, E., Britton, D., Davenport, B., Ewart, I., Farr, L., Ferraby, R., Gosden, C., Hunt, C., Janowski, M., Jones, S., Langub, J., Lloyd-Smith, L., Nyiri, Pearce, K., and Upex, B. (2009). The cultured rainforest project: the second (2008) season. Sarawak Museums Journal. 66(87):119-184. Project: The cultured rainforest: Long-term human ecological histories in the highlands of Borneo.

Barton, H. (2009). The social landscape of rice within vegecultural systems in Borneo. Current Anthropology. 50(5):673-676. Project: The cultured rainforest: Long-term human ecological histories in the highlands of Borneo.

Bhatti, M., Church, A., Claremont, A., Stenner, P., (2009). 'I love being in the garden': enchanting encounters in everyday life. Social & Cultural Geography. 10 (1):61-76. Project: Writing the landscape of everyday life; lay narratives of the home garden

Bushell, S.(2009). The making of meaning in Wordsworth's Home at Grasmere: (Speech Acts, Micro-analysis and “Freudian Slips”). Studies in Romanticism. Autumn 2009: 391-422. Project: From Goslar to Grasmere: moving through and dwelling in Wordsworth's manuscript spaces.

Gandy, M. (2009). Liquid city: reflections on making a film. Cultural Geographies. 16(3):403-408. Project: Liquid city: water, landscape and social formation in twenty-first century Mumbai.

Gandy, M. (2009). Starting points: Gilles Clement and the recuperation of space. New Geographies. 1: 110-19. Project: From the technological sublime to the urban pastoral: rethinking urban and industrial landscapes.  

Hamilton Finlay, I. (2009). Framing the Outdoors: landscape and land art in Britain, 1973-1977'. Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes. 29:1. Project: Land art and the culture of landscape, 1967-77.

Keiller, P. (2009). Landscape and Cinematography. Cultural Geographies. 16(3):409-414. Project: The future of landscape and the moving image.

Mcdonagh, B.A.K. (2009). Women, enclosure and estate improvement in eighteenth-century Northamptonshire. Rural History. 20(2):143-162. Project: Changing landscapes, changing environments: enclosure and culture in Northamptonshire, 1700-1900.

Mcdonagh, B. A. K. (2009). Subverting the ground: private property and public protest in the sixteenth-century Yorkshire Wolds. Agricultural History Review. 57(2):191-206. Project: Changing landscapes, changing environments: enclosure and culture in Northamptonshire, 1700-1900.

Nesbitt, C. and Tolia-Kelly, D. (2009). Hadrian's Wall: Embodied archaeologies of the linear monument. Journal of Social Archaeology. 9(3):368-390. Project: Tales of the Frontier: political representations and practices inspired by Hadrian's Wall.

Rodgers, C.P. (2009). Property rights, land use and the rural environment: A case for reform. Land Use Policy. 26(1):134-141. Project: Contested common land: environmental governance, law and sustainable management, c. 1600-2006.

Sleeman, J. (2009). Land art and the moon landing. Journal of Visual Culture. 8(3): 299-328. Project: Land art and the culture of landscape, 1967-77.

Waites, I. (2009). 'The prospect far and wide’: An eighteenth century drawing of Langley Bush and Helpston’s unenclosed countryside. John Clare Society Journal. 26:5-22. Project: Changing landscapes, changing environments: enclosure and culture in Northamptonshire, 1700-1900.

2008

Bevan, A., Conolly, J. and Tsaravopoulos, A. (2008). The Fragile Communities of Antikythera. Archaeology International. 10: 32-36. Project: Landscape capital and fragile communities on Antikythera, Greece.

Coates, P. (2008). Militarized landscapes in twentieth-century Britain, France and the United States. Rural History Today. 14:2. Project: Militarized landscapes in the twentieth-century: Britain, France and the United States.  

Gandy, M. (2008). Landscapes of disaster: water, modernity, and urban fragmentation in Mumbai. Environment and Planning A. 40:108-130. Project: Liquid city: water, landscape and social formation in twenty-first century Mumbai.

Gandy, M. (2008). Above the treetops: nature, history and the limits to philosophical naturalism. Geoforum. 39 (2): 561-69. Project: From the technological sublime to the urban pastoral: rethinking urban and industrial landscapes.

Juby, C. (2008). London Before London: Piecing together London's Palaeolithic Past. London Archaeologist. 11 (12): 311-314. Project: London before London: reconstructing a palaeolithic landscape.

2007

Lashua, B.D., Cohen, S., and Schofield, J. (2007). Popular music, characterisation and the urban environment. Conservation Bulletin. 56:35-36. Project: Popular musicscapes and the characterisation of the urban environment.

Rose, E. (2007). Re-enchantment and reclamation. Zivot umjetnosti - Croatian magazine for contemporary arts. Special Issue on the theme of Regions and Regionalism. Project: Re-enchantment and reclamation.

2006

Turner, S. (2006). Historic landscape characterisation: a landscape archaeology for research, management and planning. Landscape Research. 31: 385-398. Project: Unlocking historic landscapes in the Eastern Mediterranean. 

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