LEX includes podcasts, videos, images and writing, and acts as a sister space to our peer-reviewed academic journal Landscape Research.
It shares and encourages an inter- and trans-disciplinary approach to current planetary challenges. We are particularly keen to support work that transcends boundaries of disciplines and approaches to landscape, countries or nation-states, and academia and forms of practice.
The content is intentionally more informal, easy to understand and aimed to spark dialogue and collaboration across boundaries. It widens the traditional definition of research to include radical or unconventional research methods.
Members of the Landscape Research Group can post content at any time.