The Centre for Scotland’s Land Futures in the School of Humanities at the University of Dundee is an interdisciplinary centre bringing together research and practice engaging with what ‘land’ might be and how it is constituted. The Centre is Co-Directed by Dr Heather Yeung and Dr Johanna Linsley, assisted by AHRI Research Fellow Katie Hart Potapoff.
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including expertise in the history of rural Scotland and Britain, landed estates and land management, environmental history form the medieval period to the present day.
including expertise in early modern ballads and elegies, Romantic and Gothic literature and landscape poetry, novels and aesthetics.
including expertise on the philosophies of land economics and values of production, taxation and the ethical-political implications of land value.
including expertise on economic methodologies and the history of economic thought with applied interest in the social studies of finance.
including expertise on film art, illustration, animation, interior design and material culture, textiles, portraiture, poetry and art and the visual culture of Gaelic Scotland.
including expertise on managing private archives, organising research and exhibitions from archives, training and development opportunities.