only search openDemocracy.net

About Donna Landry

Donna Landry teaches at Wayne State University in Detroit. Her books include The Invention of the Countryside: Hunting, Walking and Ecology in English Literature, 1671-1831.

Articles by Donna Landry

This week's editor

“Mehmet

Mehmet Kurt is this week’s guest editor, introducing the theme, ‘New Turkey and Old Troubles’.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Hunting: the English countryside's social levelling?

Roger Scruton's vision of hunting as egalitarian only works by eliding significant historical evidence of regional diversity and social inequality.

Radical Walking

In a country obsessed with property and passion, the mere act of walking has often been seen as a political challenge. Yet English history is full of characters who have pushed against the boundaries to reclaim the empire underneath their feet.
Syndicate content