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The Faces of Landscape

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Departament of Geography

Faculty of Arts
Campus Barri Vell mapa de situacio
Plaça Ferrater Mora, 1
17071 GIRONA


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Lenka Cermakova & Anton Fogas

Prešov University

Minna Tanskanen & Jonna Kosonen

University of Eastern Finland

Josep Vila & Diego Varga

Universitat de Girona


Support documents

Antrop, Marc. (2004).

Landscape change and the urbanization process in Europe. Landscape and Urban Planning, 67, pages 9-26.


Antrop, Marc. (2005).

Why landscapes of the past are important for the future. Landscape and Urban Planning, 70, pages 21-34.


Antrop, Marc. (2006).

Sustainable landscapes: contradiction, fiction or utopia? Landscape and Urban Planning, 75, pages 187-197.


Benediktsson, K. (2007).

“Scenophobia”, geography and the aesthetic politics of landscape. Geogr. Ann., 89 B (3), pages 203-217.


Henderson, G. (2003).

What (else) we talk about when we talk about landscape: for a return to the social imagination. In Wilson, C. & P. Groth (eds.): Everyday America: cultural landscape studies after J.B. Jackson. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA. Pages 178-198.


Mitchell, Don (2002).

Cultural landscapes: a dialectical landscape - recent landscape research in human geography. Progress in Human Geography 26:3, pages 381-389.


Mitchell, Don (2003).

Cultural landscapes: just landscapes or landscapes of justice? Progress in Human Geography 27:6, pages 787-796.


Olwig, Kenneth R. (2002).

Landscape, nature and the body politic: from Britain’s renaissance to America’s new world. University of Wisconsin Press.


Olwig, Kenneth R. (2005).

Representation and alienation in the political land-scape. Cultural geographies, 12, pages 19-40.


Olwig, Kenneth R. (2007).

The practice of landscape 'Conventions' and the just landscape: The case of the European landscape convention. Landscape Research, 32: 5, pages 579-594.


Tanskanen, Minna (2010).

The Cultivated Mires Landscape as a Mirror of Finnish Society. Landscapes, identities and development, pages 195-206.



The Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape.