We produce Landscape Research, an Impact-Factor and peer-reviewed journal, and the Landscape Exchange, an online multimedia platform to share research and practice.
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Our publications are a platform for researchers and practitioners from many disciplines to share and promote their work.
We currently produce two publications, as well as our email newsletter with the latest events, research calls, case studies etc.
Landscape Research journal
Landscape Research, a peer-reviewed journal published by Taylor & Francis, dedicated to debating landscape. It combines high-quality and innovative research papers with reflective critiques of landscape practice. The 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.
Contributions to the journal appeal to a wide academic and professional readership and reach an interdisciplinary and international audience.
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The Landscape Exchange (LEX)
As a sister space to our journal Landscape Research, the Landscape Exchange (LEX) is an online platform for our members to share work and ideas, learn from, and connect with one another.
LEX includes podcasts, videos, images and writing which share and encourage an inter- and trans-disciplinary approach to current planetary challenges. The bi-annual LEX Magazine (upcoming in 2021) is an online publication of curated multimedia content, co-edited by LRG members and partners/guest editors.
Landscape Research Extra
We also published Landscape Research Extra (LRE) from 1988 until 2020 as an online supplementary publication of more informal commentary, ‘thought pieces’, poems, colour illustrated descriptive writing both factual and fanciful, conference reports and LRG news items. This material typically came from a wide range of landscape related disciplines.
From June 2019, LRE was published online only.
In May 2020, the final two issues of LRE were published. Read both below, and the accompanying news item, as we look back and also forward.
Many thanks are due to editor Bud Young for his commitment over 32 years and 90 issues.