Farmlands, or agricultural landscapes, captures the interest of a number of researchers based at the Department of Human Geography, Stockholm University. On this blog we share information about research findings, activities, events and comments related to our work.
Our interest in farmlands has three roots: farming, landscape and society.
Farming as a practice, including farmers knowledge and labour investments
Landscape as society-nature relations, congealed history, and as space and place
Society as a short form for institutions, gender relations, political economy and scientific relevance
Most Welcome to FarmLandS!
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
More posts (doctoral and post-doc) in the ITN network on eastern Africa
Doctoral funding: Long-term ecosystem dynamics and societal interactions in the northern Kenya Rift Valley (Ewaso-Laikipia) and the Mt. Kilimanjaro region (Amboseli-Pare-Pangani) from swamp sediments.
Experienced Researcher: Resilience in East African Landscapes: Identifying critical thresholds and sustainable trajectories