My dissertation, "Not lawn, nor pasture, nor mead": Rewilding and the cultural landscape, examined the apparent conflict between rewilding, a recent strategy in conservation that emphasizes natural processes and "self-willed land," on the one hand, and significant, historic, and cultural landscapes on the other. I focused on the concept of place to argue that rather than understand rewilding as inimical to place, we should consider rewilding as (modes of) placemaking. The full monograph is available online, and I'm currently working on publishing chapters of it. One chapter, an introduction to rewilding's definitions and meanings, was published in Environmental Values in 2018 and is available here. I spoke about some ideas from my research in Sideways, a BBC Radio 4 Podcast (you can listen here).