Landscape History is the leading interdisciplinary, international journal of the Society for Landscape Studies. The aim of the journal is to promote a forum for all concerned with the material and cultural evaluation of human use of the land. The ultimate intention is to secure a more penetrating comprehension of landscape prehistory and history, together with an understanding of how this has influenced, and may usefully guide, the management of the present-day landscape.
To this end, Landscape History publishes quality research in a variety of fields and from a range of perspectives, which helps improve understanding the landscape and its physical and cultural contexts. The Editor welcomes submissions both from, and about, any part of the world (all submissions are subject to peer review by at least two independent, anonymous expert referees and all peer review is single blind).
Editor: Dr Della Hooke, F.S.A.
Landscape History is published annually. ISSN 0143 - 3768
Individual back numbers are available as indicated. For pricing details and supply contact: Jeremy Lake, 71 New Barn Lane, Cheltenham GL52 3LB, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Landscape History includes reviews of publications concerning landscape studies.
Publications for review should be mailed to: Dr Susan Oosthuizen, University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education, Madingley Hall, Madingley CB23 8AQ.
Landscape History, Supplementary Series. These are occasional publications dealing with specific themes. Volume 1, Landscape, the Richest Historical Record, ed. D. Hooke, and Volume 2, Society, Landscape and Environment in Upland Britain, eds I. D. Whyte and A. J. L. Winchester are currently available. To order, contact Jeremy Lake (order form).
BACK NUMBERS OF LANDSCAPE STUDIES AND SOCIETY FOR LANDSCAPE STUDIES PUBLICATIONS
If you are not a member of the Society for Landscape Studies you can purchase individual articles for £26 each from Taylor and Francis at http://www.tandfonline.com/. However, membership of the Society for Landscape Studies will give you – at the cost of £30 - access to the entire collection of back issues, online, via our publishers Taylor and Francis. For details of these see below and http://www.landscapestudies.com/index_files/Volumes.htm
We also have some hard copies of specific back issues - volumes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 (Issues 1 and 2), 31 (Issues 1 and 2) and 32 (Issues 1and 2). These can be purchased for £5 plus postage.
Also available for £5.00 each including postage are Landscape: the Richest Historical Record and Society, Landscape and Environment in Upland Britain.
Order these from the publications secretary Jeremy Lake, 71 New Barn Lane, Cheltenham, GL52 3LB email@example.com
Back numbers of journals available as PDFs to members
Journal of the Society for Landscape Studies