MSc in Landscape, Environment and History, Edinburgh University
Every day our news bulletins contain reports that are concerned with our environment and the landscapes we inhabit? This Masters course provides a historical perspective to contemporary environmental issues.
The programme will appeal to students all over the world who wish to study for a Master's degree where history meets politics and ecology, where heritage and history intersect, and where historical urban landscapes and the built environment are of interest.
The MSc programme
* explores the history, archaeology and ecology of landscapes, using Scottish examples set in national and international contexts
* illuminates how urban and rural space and resources have changed over time
* develops independent study and research skills
This is an e learning based MSc. You can access the course materials from anywhere in the world. Bob Morris and Richard Rodger have assembled a team of senior academics in social and urban history, ecology, archaeology, conservation, and politics who have combined with curators and librarians in the National Library of Scotland, Royal Commission of Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland and other cultural organisations to produce video lectures, interactive learning modules, and virtual tours. It is a unique assembly of expertise and digital resources.
This learning environment is complemented with online e-resources – books, journal articles and a range of original sources through Edinburgh University Library's extensive list of digital subscriptions. There is a strong Scottish flavour to the examples and exercises yet the course draws on national and international contexts and scholarly literature from several disciplines.
For a taster of the teaching materials and further details about the course go to
or contact Bob Morris email@example.com or Richard Kane on Richard.Kane@ed.ac.uk for further information.
Professor R. J. Morris
SChool of History, Classics and Archaeology
University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh EH8 9JY
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