Centre for Environment, Heritage and Policy people

Our members are specialists in a range of disciplinary backgrounds, including Archaeology, Heritage, History, Politics, the Environmental Sciences, and Law.

Field trips form an essential and integral part of our teaching process. Members of the Centre include University of Stirling staff, postgraduate students and associate academics. Please contact either the Director (Professor Sian Jones) or the Deputy Director of the Centre (Dr Clare Wilson) if you wish to become an Associate member of the Centre.

Honorary and Associate Members

Over the years the Centre has formed many valuable links with people across the globe who have either directly worked in or who are interested more generally in environmental history, heritage and policy. See all Honorary and Associate Members.

Postgraduate students

The Centre is host to a number of postgraduates, those studying for the degree of PhD, undertaking the one year MRes in Environmental History of the MSc in Environment, Heritage and Policy. These students are undertaking wildly different projects (in terms of focus and chronology) but they are all linked by the overarching themes of environment, heritage and policy. See current postgraduates and past postgraduates.