The Landscape Research Group is a global community of interest in landscape and the ways we shape, and are shaped by, the places we live.
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Who we are
The Landscape Research Group is a global community of interest. Our staff, Board of Trustees, members and partners represent a broad range of disciplines: geographers, planners, landscape architects, archaeologists and ecologists, to list but a few. This diversity is fundamental to a holistic understanding of landscape – its evolution and its future.
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Chief Executive & Company Secretary
East Sussex, UK
County Waterford, Republic of Ireland
Board of Trustees
Our Trustees are an active and personable group of people, with different backgrounds, interests and expertise.
We welcome expressions of interest for new Trustees at any time. If you’re interested in the work of LRG and helping develop its activities and strategic direction, please do contact our Chair in the first instance (contact details below).
Dr Tim Waterman
Associate Professor in Landscape Architecture, the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, UK
Professor Laura Alice Watt
Professor of Environmental History & Policy, Sonoma State University, California, USA
Dr Gavin MacGregor
Archaeologist and environmentalist researcher, artist and activist, Hamilton, Scotland
Professor Emma Waterton
Landscape Research journal editor-in-chief
Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University, Australia
Professor Hannes Palang
Research and Policy Coordinator
Centre for Landscape and Culture, Estonian Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University, Estonia
Professor Ingrid Sarlöv Herlin
Community Development Co-ordinator
Professor of Landscape Planning, SLU – Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences, Sweden
Linda Marie Bjerketvedt
Landscape archaeologist, Leiden, the Netherlands
Professor Vanesa Castan Broto
UCL Institute for Global Prosperity, Faculty of the Built Environment & Urban Institute, University of Sheffield, UK
Dr Chris Dalglish
Director of Inherit (the Institute for Heritage & Sustainable Human Development)
Architect and Building Information Modelling (BIM) Coordinator, Tunisia
Professor Karen Jones
Professor of Environmental and Cultural History, University of Kent, UK
Dr Ian Mell
Researcher & lecturer, Department of Planning & Environmental Management, University of Manchester, UK