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Polish Journal of Landscape Studies

Polish Journal of Landscape Studies

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INTRODUCTION:
"Polish Journal of Landscape Studies" is an online journal published by the AMU Institute of European Culture in Gniezno, in collaboration with the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. The journal is an interdisciplinary publication which aims to expand and contribute to Polish studies of landscape by e.g. integrating approaches developed in that area by various scholarly disciplines, and to promote cultural landscape studies as a research domain in contemporary Polish humanities. PJLS is addressed to the readers involved or interested in landscape research conducted as part of various methodologies (aesthetics, history of art, history, cultural studies, geography, anthropology, archaeology, landscape design and urban development), who are looking for a platform of dialogue and discourse. The journal has been established as part of the grant project under the National Programme for the Development of Humanities entitled Cultural Landscape Studies; no. 0059/NPRH4/H2b/83/2016.

DOI: 10.14746/pls

Vol 1, No 2-3 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Editorial Information

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Table of Contents

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Editorial

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Articles

Aesthetics and ecology in the post-modern perspective PDF
Anna Zeidler-Janiszewska 7-13
“Green” and “grey” ecologies as a notional context of contemporary artistic practices PDF
Anna Zeidler-Janiszewska 15-20
Some remarks on plant art PDF
Anna Zeidler-Janiszewska 21-25
Wildlife in urban parks—why sustain it? PDF
Maciej Luniak 27-34
From blight to beauty: the controversial creation of the first U.S. industrial-heritage park PDF
Tanya Whitehouse 35-55
Garden—non-garden. Contemporary trends in transformation of greenery as an instrument in the contest for the city PDF
Beata J. Gawryszewska 57-82
Garden policies of the Warsaw housing cooperative: the garden and the right to the city PDF
Magdalena Matysek-Imielińska 83-98
Schreber’s gardens and Jordan’s gardens as elements of created nature: the example of Katowice PDF
Ryszard Nakonieczny 99-116
Informed aesthetic consensus and the creation of urban environments PDF
Johannes Mueller-Salo 117-132

Book reviews

Christopher Tilley, Kate Cameron-Daum, An Anthropology of Landscape: The Extraordinary in the Ordinary, UCL Press, London 2017 PDF
Monika Stobiecka 133-141
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