Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes
Redesigned in 1993, Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes addresses itself to readers with a serious interest in the subject, and is now established as the main place in which to publish scholarly work on garden history. While the journalís main emphasis is on documentation of individual gardens in all parts of the world, articles on other topics - iconography, aesthetics, botany and horticulture, technology, social and economic history, conservation and restoration of historic gardens, geography, history of ideas - are welcomed. From time to time issues are centered around themes, for example, the Anglo-Dutch garden in the age of William and Mary, eighteenth-century gardens of the Chesapeake, and gardens of the Ancient Mediterranean, and rediscovering the British garden. The Journal is renowned for the quality of its book reviews.
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