The Eighteenth-Century Research Seminar series is an interdisciplinary forum for postgraduate and early-career scholars working on any aspect of eighteenth-century history, literature and culture to share their research. The seminar is organised jointly by postgraduate students at the University of Edinburgh's School of History, Classics and Archaeology, and the College of Art.
- research seminar series.
A seminar series organised by postgraduate research students of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
Each year, Design Informatics invite a variety of practitioners - from local business people to academics to artists - to share their story in our Research Seminar Series.
We welcome you to this seminar series on landscape-related themes, from land imaginaries, landscape design, research by design at the landscape scale, nature in the city, environmental and social resilience, climate change, food production, cartographic time, landscape and health, rural and peri-urban development, environmental humanities, cultural landscapes, to other fields of research related to the development of more sustainable environments.
A breakdown of the core and option courses available on the programme.
This seminar series presents the work of six leading artists, researchers and authors who engage with landscapes that are characterised by their diverse relationships to waste materials and waste infrastructure.