Journal overview

Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes addresses itself to both professionals and those with a serious interest in the subject of landscape. It is one of the few journals that seeks deliberately to explore the topic internationally.

The journal’s main objective is on the detailed and documentary analysis of special sites anywhere in the world, with a focus upon the dialogue between design and reception. The journal seeks to situate specific analysis in the larger cultural context that includes social and cultural history, geography, aesthetics, technology (including horticulture) and conservation.

The journal publishes special issues handled by Guest Editors, on particular topics or themes drawn from conferences. The journal does not publish reviews, but review essays on a cluster of publications, may be proposed. All articles are subject to double anonymized peer review after initial screening by the Editor and Associate Editor.

Readership: Garden and cultural historians, landscape designers.

Authors can choose to publish gold open access in this journal.

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