6 edition of Environmental history found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -194) and index.
|Series||New perspectives on the past, New perspectives on the past (Basil Blackwell Publisher)|
|LC Classifications||GF75 .S58 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|ISBN 10||1557864454, 1557864462|
|LC Control Number||93003257|
About this book. This deeply informed and clearly written text provides, previously published with the slightly different title China: Its Environment and History, a comprehensive and comprehensible history of China from prehistory to the updated to include recent political events and scientific research, China: An Environmental History focuses on the Price Range: £ - £ This book explores the role of nature in the development of the city of Seattle from the earliest days of its settlement to the present. Combining environmental history, urban history, and human geography, Matthew Klingle shows how attempts to reshape nature in and around Seattle have often ended not only in ecological disaster but also social.
Floating Coast is an extraordinary piece of history writing, seamlessly weaving together disparate elements. It is astonishingly rich in ethnographic detail, ecological precision, economic circumstance and historical texture. Most illuminating and original is Demuth’s focus on the circulation of matter—in flesh, on hoof, inside fur and hide, and in buried minerals. is a platform for academics to share research papers.
Since the nineteenth century, geologists, earth scientists, evolutionary biologists, and their colleagues have divided the history of the Earth into a series of eras, periods, and epochs. These are based, in a loose sense, on the environmental history of . The book will serve as a readable introduction for students and scholars of medieval history, as well as enable specialists in environmental history to build on his work an essential book and a work to use as a reference for all medievalists and environmental historians.'Cited by:
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28 rows This page is a list of environmental books. In this context they are notable books that. Background: The Environmental History Timeline originally appeared in Mass Media and Environmental Conflict, a book written by Mark Neuzil and William Kovarik published by Sage in The book won an American Library Association “Choice” award as one of the best academic books of Environmental History is the world’s leading scholarly journal in environmental history and the journal of record in the hed four times a year by Oxford University Press on behalf of the American Society for Environmental History and the Forest History Society, the journal brings together scholars and practitioners from the humanities, sciences, and social.
American Environmental History is an interesting amalgam of physical and cultural anthropology, technological history, political history, and economics.
It works very well as a history of North America through a lens of environmental concerns. Content Accuracy rating: /5(2). Very comprehensive book about environmental history. I recommend this book for any Environmental/Natural Resource n Merchant has done an excellent job synthesizing all facets of environmental history.
Read more. 4 people found this Cited by: The Holocene provides students, researchers and lay-readers with the remarkable story of how the natural world has been transformed since the end of the last Ice Age aro years ago.
This period has witnessed a shift from environmental changes determined by natural forces to those dominated by human actions, including those of climate and greenhouse by: The 5 best environmental books of all time Environmental news junkie Peter Dykstra ranks his favorite books about how science, politics, ideology, money and passion collide.
Cultivating the Colonies Colonial States and their Environmental Legacies Edited by Christina Folke Ax, Niels Brimnes, Niklas Thode Jensen, and Karen Oslund. The essays collected in Cultivating the Colonies demonstrate how the relationship between colonial power and nature revealsthe nature of power.
Each essay explores how colonial governments translated ideas. Book Reviews with Environmental History If you receive an invitation from us, we sincerely hope you can accept.
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Book Description. For too long the environment has been considered little more than a neutral background to history. This text surveys findings of the new field of Environmental History about how the environment of the Americas influenced the actions of people here and how people affected their environments, from prehistory to the : Dan Allosso.
On the natural environment: Collapse by Jared Diamond * Most people don't realize how many human societies have failed due to putting too much of a burden on their local environment. Collapse tells these stories in vivid detail.
The commonalitie. Highland Sanctuary Environmental History in Tanzania’s Usambara Mountains By Christopher A. Conte. Highland Sanctuary unravels the complex interactions among agriculture, herding, forestry, the colonial state, and the landscape itself.
Conte’s study illuminates the debate over conservation, arguing that contingency and chance, the stuff of human history, have shaped.
What is environmental history. It is a kind of history that seeks understanding of human beings as they have lived, worked and thought in relationship to the rest of nature through the changes brought by time.
In this seminal student textbook, J. Donald Hughes provides a masterful overview of the thinkers, topics and perspectives that have come to constitute the exciting 5/5(2). WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY - The Historiography of Environmental History - J.R. McNeill ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) First is the study of material environmental history, the human involvement with forests and frogs, with coal and cholera.
This entails study of the evolution of both humanFile Size: KB. An Environmental History of the Civil War. In this Book. Additional Information. An Environmental History of the Civil War; Judkin Browning ; Book; Published by: The University of North Carolina Press; Series: Civil War America; View contents.
This book narrates the mutually mortal historical contest between humans and nature in Latin America. Covering a period that begins with Amerindian civilizations and concludes in the region's present urban agglomerations, the work offers an original synthesis of the current scholarship on Latin America's environmental history and argues that tropical nature played a central role in.
Interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity are needed for more and better understanding of the environment and its history, with new epistemological frameworks and methodological practices. The links between human activities and flora, fauna, water, soil, are examples of the most debated topics in EH, while established discipline like forest.
This elegantly written book is a key contribution to the environmental history of India and the growing literature on elephants.” Choice “In this clearly written, thorough study, Trautmann, an expert in ancient India, examines the historical relationship. Fast-paced and engaging, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in American environmental history or Civil War history."--Megan Kate Nelson, author of The Three-Cornered War: The Union, the Confederacy, and Native Peoples in the Fight for the West.
Environmental History, Vol Issue 2, AprilPages –. Capitalism as a standpoint provides a single narrative trajectory of environmental decline that informs environmental histories of the past as well as future environmental prophecies. Focusing on the transition from traditional or susbsistence modes to the modern capitalist world builds prophecy into environmental history.‘This exciting collection represents the best of the innovative new field of environmental history of war.
Looking at the ways that the First World War impacted land, food, and animals it will give us new insights and fresh ways of thinking. This book will be a must read for those wishing to understand the war.'.In the second edition of What is Environmental History?, J.
Donald Hughes outlines the development of the study of the relationship between humans and nature across time. In tracing the emergence of the field, Hughes’s work underscores the extent to which environmental history is a necessarily interdisciplinary endeavour covering a wide geographic scope.