By Claire Nolan The site of a prehistoric round cairn and reputedly the pre-Christian inauguration site of the Kings of Uíbh Eachach Cobha, Knock Iveagh in County Down, Northern Ireland,…Read More >
The Historic Landscape – Friend or Foe?
By Claire Nolan Despite a long and persistent tradition of landscape romanticism in Britain, previous critical studies of the ‘rural idyll’  have clearly demonstrated that the countryside does not…Read More >
‘A visit to the countryside is always accompanied by a feeling of unease; dread.’
By Lottie Jacob and Jeremy Burchardt The countryside has long been a place intrinsic to the British national identity, from the Romantic movement through to the present day. And yet,…Read More >