Neil Cameron took a leap in the dark when he joined the first class of Landscape and Wellbeing - MSc in 2016. Neil shares his experience of the programme and how it allowed him multiple employment opportunities.
- Talbot Rice Gallery, Old College
Borderlines is a group exhibition that gives form to the conceptual, geo-political, economic and cultural impacts of borders. It draws attention to the ownership of the earth beneath our feet, underwater realms, the rules governing the international movement of goods, nation-states, the UK border in Ireland, financial sovereignty, tribal territories, anarchic polar exploration and the world-wide distribution of natural resources.
Architecture – MArch students, part of the Integrated Pathway programme, have been evolving their thesis from initial fieldwork, via an intense process of research-through-making, to speculative propositions for the bay of Havana.
- landscape, environment and nature.
The prestigious accolade places ECA ahead of 78 other academic institutions.
The Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network was set up in 2013 as an interdisciplinary research network, interested in developing collaborative work in the Environmental Humanities throughout Scotland, the UK, and worldwide.