One of the leading landscape journals, and the key publication for interdisciplinary research on all forms of landscape
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Landscape Research, our academic journal, is a fully peer-reviewed and Impact-Factor listed journal containing articles, critical review essays, photo essays and book review forums.
Landscape Research is an interdisciplinary journal offering a high quality opportunity for those working in different fields to publish their research findings, and is used by the libraries of numerous universities, research organisations and public authorities, as well as individual researchers and practitioners throughout the world.
It is published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis and sees very high numbers of article views and downloads online.
The journal content is wide ranging and covers a range of disciplines, including environmental conservation, geography (human and physical), landscape architecture, archaeology, history, anthropology, urban studies, planning, design, herniate studies, ecology, countryside management, cultural studies and forestry.
Due to the range and diversity of articles, Landscape Research is the key publication for those wishing to explore, and be informed on, issues in international landscape research, practice, policy and governance.
There are eight issues a year, including special guest-edited themed issues.
To submit articles to the journal, please see these guidelines by Taylor & Francis.
The journal began life in the 1970s as a practitioner-led publication, and has evolved over time, but has retained its broad approach to landscape, and its interdisciplinary focus. Many themes and articles remain relevant to the present day. The entire archive of articles is now online, from 1977 onwards… happy reading!
Associate Professor Emma Waterton
School of Sciences and Psychology,
Western Sydney University, Australia
Professor Anna Jorgensen
Department of Landscape, University of Sheffield, UK
Dr Vera Vicenzotti
Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning & Management, SLU Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape, Newcastle University, UK
Professor Vanesa Castan Broto
UCL Institute for Global Prosperity, Faculty of the Built Environment & Urban Institute, University of Sheffield, UK
Dr Federica Larcher
Department of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences (DISAFA), University of Turin, Italy
Dr Lisa-Marie Shillito
School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Newcastle University, UK
Dr Bo Yang
School of Landscape Architecture and Planning, The University of Arizona, USA
Department of Landscape Architecture, The University of Oregon, USA
Dr Thomas Oles
Book reviews editor
Department of Urban and Rural Development, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Dr Emily Burns
School of Social Sciences and Psychology, Western Sydney University, Australia
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- Changing landscape identity—practice, plurality, and powerVolume 44, Issue 3, April 2019, Page 271-277.