The conference programme and registration details are now available on the Centre for Urban History website (web address provided below).
Research on landscape and the urban environment are long established in urban history, historical geography, and archaeology, and interest is presently expanding across the full range of the arts and social sciences. Archival materials and artefacts are unique in their quality and scale, and a developing interest in environmental history is bringing innovative perspectives to the study of urban and landscape history.
This 2 day meeting is also concerned with the human interpretation of the environment, its representation in landscape, symbolism, and its exploration in the creative and performing arts.
The meeting will appeal to a wide array of disciplines and there is already a strong international presence amongst those presenting papers.
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