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Envisaging L'Aquila
edited by Alessandro Coppola

THE PERMANENT EUROPEAN CONFERENCE FOR THE STUDY OF THE RURAL LANDSCAPE 24th SESSION

Riga & Liepaja, Latvia, 23-27 August 2010

Landscape is where humans dwell. Here we work, think, dream, love, raise new generations, and interact with other living beings, the earth and the sea. Humans and other living beings have time-space rhythms. So does the milieu. Ways of life are established and change with the passage of time, as does the landscape. A part of the past lives on in each woman and man; and in every landscape live bits of the past. Life in a landscape is a complex whole, a process, involving the past, present and future In this context, knowledge, practice, and imagination are the principal themes to be addressed at the conference.

The conference is addressed to geographers, ecologists, social scientists, humanists, artists, landscape architects, historians, archaeologists, landscape managers and planners, as well as other scholars and practitioners interested in European landscapes.

Conference website: http://www.geo.lu.lv/pecsrl/

Programme: http://www.geo.lu.lv/pecsrl/programme

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