The leading interdisciplinary and international journal of the Society for Landscape Studies.
A forum for all concerned with the material and cultural evaluation of human use of the land.
Quality research in a variety of fields and from a range of perspectives.
Reviews of publications concerning landscape studies.
Published twice a year by Taylor & Francis.
The ultimate intention is to secure a more penetrating comprehension of landscape evolution and an overall narrative account 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.
The Editor welcomes submissions both from, and about, any part of the world (see notes for contributors). Publications for review are welcomed, and can be sent to the Book Reviews Editor.
Honorary Editor: Dr Della Hooke, F.S.A.
Book Reviews Editor: Dr Alice Harvey-Fishenden.
You can get free online access to the archive of Landscape History by joining the Society.
Back issues of Landscape History
Hard copies of specific back issues are available to purchase:
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 1 and 2).
£6 each, plus postage.
For more information please email us.
These occasional supplements to Landscape History deal with specific themes.
Volume 1 – Landscape, the Richest Historical Record
Volume 2 – Society, Landscape and Environment in Upland Britain
Please note that these are not available online.