History of Gardens and Landscapes

This autumn the History of Gardens and Landscapes seminar series at the IHR has some interesting papers on garden history.

All seminars take place at the IHR in the Wolfson Room at 5:30pm.

8 October Brian Dix
Humps, bumps and paths; archaeology in the study of historic gardens.
29 October Christine Lalumia (Geffrye Museum)
Painted gardens: what do these representations tell us about real gardens?
12 November Dr Rebecca Preston (Royal Holloway College)
Photographing my hobby: sources for an everyday history of garden space
19 November Dr  Rachel Hewitt (Queen Mary, University of London)
Maps and landscapes.
3 December Dr Valentina Pugliano (Oxford University/Institute of Historical Research)
Sources for researching the work of medicinal apothecaries in Venice.

Author: UEA Landscape History

Landscape historians based in the School of History at the University of East Anglia.

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