The Centre for Environmental History and Policy is organising a free event for the public, post-graduate students and senior academics to discuss and explore how civil conflict may be invoked by land management, how landscapes influence conflict and what is the landscape legacy of past and present military conflicts.
The event takes place on 7 and 8 June 2013 in the Pathfoot Building, University of Stirling.
The programme is both interesting and varied: Landscapes of Conflict Provisional Programme.
The meeting will be opened by Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs and comprises of a series of three themed interdisciplinary sessions ‘Heritage, Identity and Place’, ‘Access and Resources’ and ‘Military Spaces’, each followed by round table discussion. A corresponding series of printed works by Orkney-based artist Alistair Peebles http://alistairpeebles.blogspot.co.uk entitled 'Blueprints' will be exhibited by Stirling University Art Collection http://www.artcol.stir.ac.uk/index.html
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