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We acknowledge and respect First Nations people across Oceania as the custodians of the land and waters in which we live, and their deep spiritual connections and care for Island, Whenua and Country. We are deeply committed to fostering relationships among First Nations people and aim to provide a means for self-determined ways of sharing their perspectives, should they wish to do so in Landscape Review.


Reminder - Call for Papers - Contemporary Knowledge Systems in Research-Practice


This is a gentle reminder that we are keen to publish the next issue in April 2024. We continue to interrogate the relationship between academic research and professional practice. We invite authors to foreground the complexities of information gathering processes with contemporary knowledge systems that impact professional practice, research and the overlapping endeavours that bring us together.

Landscape Review is interested in contributions for the next issue that focus on, but are not limited to:

  • knowledges beyond the Eurocentric paradigm;
  • impacts of artificial intelligence on research and professional practice;
  • critical reflections on using new information sources;
  • barriers and enablers to finding meaningful information for projects;
  • information gathering tools and methods for projects;
  • secondary information sources and their uses;
  • key issues tackled by both researchers and practitioners.

Deadline: 01 November 2023

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Current Issue

Vol. 19 No. 2 (2023): Convergences of Practice and Research
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