Professor Ian WhyteEmeritus Professor
My main research field until recently has been the evolution of the landscape, economy and society in early-modern Scotland, ranging from agriculture and rural society to urban development. More recently I have been working on landscape change, and associated socio-economic changes in the upland areas of Northern England, especially the process of parliamentary enclosure. Scotland and northern England from the 16th to the 19th centuries. I am also interested in aspects of the Lake District including the development of its landscapes and modern issues relating to heritage management.
Land management and biodiversity through time in upper Ribblesdale, North Yorkshire, UK: understanding the impact of traditional management
Shaw, H., Whyte, I. 2013 In: Cultural severance and the environment . Dordrecht : Springer p. 311-321. 11 p. ISBN: 978-94-007-6158-2. Electronic ISBN: 978-94-007-6159-9.
Parliamentary enclosure and changes in landownership in an upland environment : Westmorland c.1770-1860.
Whyte, I.D. 1/10/2006 In: Agricultural History Review. 54, 2, p. 240-256. 17 p.
Landlord-tenant relationships in Scotland from the sixteenth century to modern times.
Whyte, I.D. 2005 In: The individual and community life. Edinburgh : John Donald in association with The European Ethnological Research Centre and The National Museums of Scotland p. 343-357. 15 p. ISBN: 0859766322.
Parliamentary enclosure : a crisis for upland landscapes and communities?
Whyte, I.D. 2005 In: Landscape Archaeology and Ecology. 5, p. 101-112. 12 p.
Pre-improvement rural communities: lowland.
Whyte, I.D. 2005 In: The individual and community life. Edinburgh : John Donald in association with The European Ethnological Research Centre and The National Museums of Scotland p. 329-342. 14 p. ISBN: 0859766322.
Society, landscape and environment in upland Britain
Winchester, A., Whyte, I. 2005 Birmingham : Society for Landscape Studies. ISBN: 0953971112 .
Taming the fells : parliamentary enclosure and the landscape in Northern England.
Whyte, I.D. 2005 In: Landscapes. 5, p. 46-61. 16 p.
The landscape and environmental impact of mining and quarrying in upland Britain.
Whyte, I.D. 2005 In: Society, landscape and environment in upland Britain. UK : Society for Landscape Studies p. 111-124. 14 p. ISBN: 0953971112.
Wild, barren and frightful. Parliamentary enclosure in an upland county: Westmorland 1767-1890.
Whyte, I.D. 1/04/2003 In: Rural History. 14, 1, p. 21-36. 16 p.
Landscape and History Since 1500.
Whyte, I.D. 2003 London: Reaktion. 256 p. ISBN: 1-86189-138-5.
Transforming Fell and Valley : Landscape and Parliamentary Enclosure in North West England.
Whyte, I.D. 2003 University of Lancaster: Centre for North West Regional Studies. 102 p. ISBN: 1-86220-132-3.
Approaches to the study of migration and social change.
Pooley, C.G., Whyte, I.D. 1991 In: Migrants, emigrants, and immigrants : a social history of migration. London : Routledge p. 1-18. 18 p. ISBN: 0415049768.
Migrants, emigrants and immigrants: A social history of migration.
Pooley, C.G., Whyte, I.D.(. 1991 London : Routledge. 231 p. ISBN: 0415049768.