Call for Applications: Editor-in-Chief, Landscape Research

5th August 2022 by Emily Shakespeare The peer-reviewed academic journal, Landscape Research, published by Taylor and Francis and owned by the Landscape Research Group, is inviting applications for a new Editor(s)-in-Chief. More details on the role and how to apply can be found here. Expressions of interest are welcome from individuals or small teams for a five-year appointment […]

Opportunity to join LRG’s team of trustees

25th July 2022 by Emily Shakespeare The Landscape Research Group (LRG) is an international, independent and not-for-profit organisation that promotes landscape research for the public benefit. We exist to ensure that landscape research thrives and contributes fully to the attainment of justice and sustainability in the world. The Landscape Research Group is governed by a board of trustees and we […]

Landscape Research Journal: Call for Commissioned Review on “Landscapes of Care”

1st June 2022 by Emily Shakespeare As part of our ongoing series of Commissioned Reviews, the Editorial Team at Landscape Research is now inviting applications for a grant of up to £2,000 to support the production of a peer-reviewed paper that responds to the theme of ‘landscapes of care’. “Landscapes of care” is a term initially associated with health geography, […]

LRG’s statement on the Russian war in Ukraine

The staff, trustees, members and partners of the Landscape Research Group (LRG) are deeply saddened by the war in Ukraine. We condemn the breach of international law, the terrible loss of life for both Ukrainian and Russian people and the decimation of homes and places that were once much loved. We recognise, however, the power of research and […]

LRG Research Fund 2022: Call for applications

The Landscape Research Group (LRG) is pleased to announce our 2022 Research Fund. The 50th Anniversary Research Fund was created in 2017, and it is our plan to continue with an annual Research Fund to support a small number of high-quality projects which align strongly with LRG’s current strategic priorities, as outlined in our Research Strategy and […]

Landscape Research Journal appoints Academic Support Editor

LRG is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Paul Brindley to the new position of Academic Support Editor as part of the Editorial team at the Landscape Research Journal. This is an exciting new type of role within academic publishing that offers one-on-one support to authors less familiar with the journal publishing process.  This […]

LRG welcomes new trustees in 2021

Our Annual General Meeting, held on 24 September 2021, resulted in the election of three new Trustees to our Board. It was an important result this year, as it was the first time in our 54 year history that LRG achieved a majority female Board. The appointment of our new Trustees also expanded the Board’s geographic representation […]

Landscape Researchers’ Community

Research at the best of times can be a bit of a lonely place, and has only been exacerbated by the Covid restrictions. On top of that, landscape studies with its interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary approach, can at times be challenging in terms of a community, as our methodology doesn’t tend to fit within one specific traditional […]

New appointment to Landscape Research Group

We are delighted to announce that Emily Shakespeare has joined the Landscape Research Group’s team as Communications Manager. She will be working with the Trustees and members, as well as the wider landscape community, in promoting and communicating the organisation’s operations as it continues to grow.  emily.shakespeare@landscaperesearch.org “Originally from Coventry in the UK, I have […]

LRG Research Fund 2021: Call for applications

This call for the 2021 Research Fund is now closed. The Landscape Research Group (LRG) is pleased to announce our 2021 Research Fund. The 50th Anniversary Research Fund was created in 2017, and it is our plan to continue with an annual Research Fund to support a small number of high-quality projects which align strongly […]