11 Archaeologies of the future: tracing the lineage of contemporary discourses on the climate–migration nexus. Marco Armiero is Director of the Environmental Humanities Laboratory at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, where he is also Associate Professor of Environmental History He is the author of A Rugged Nation. Local Stories, Global Struggles (2014) and Nature and History in Modern Italy (2010)
2 Worster, Donald, e. The Ends of Earth: Perspectives in Modern Environmental History .
2 Worster, Donald, e. The Ends of Earth: Perspectives in Modern Environmental History (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988), vii. 3 Elvin, Mark and Ts'ui-jung, Liu, ed. Sediments of Time: Environment and Society in Chinese History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998). 43 Cao Mu also describes the slow progression from the old practices of feces disposal to a modern westernized sanitary system using the example of the introduction of public lavatories in Tianjin. See Mu, Cao, The Public Lavatory of Tianjin: A Change of Urban Faeces Disposal in the Process of Modernization, Global Environment 9 (2016), 196–218.
A sweeping work of environmental history,The Unending Frontieroffers a truly global perspective on the profound . From the Baltic to the Barents Sea, the fishing grounds of the northeastern Atlantic and Arctic had long produced valuable catches of cod for European markets
A sweeping work of environmental history,The Unending Frontieroffers a truly global perspective on the profound impact of humanity on the natural world in the early modern period. From the Baltic to the Barents Sea, the fishing grounds of the northeastern Atlantic and Arctic had long produced valuable catches of cod for European markets. Fishermen had identified and were exploiting each of the major populations of cod in the northwestern Atlantic. Since the thirteenth century, there had been a long-distance trade in stockfish-dried and salted cod-dominated by merchants of the Hanseatic League.
Part of the Palgrave Studies in World Environmental History book series (PSWEH). Robert B. Marks, The Origins of the Modern World: A Global and Ecological History from the Fifteenth to the Twenty-First Century (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007). Across East Asia, modernization and development projects continue to have great environmental and human impacts. 9. General works which include strong consideration of environmental dimensions in East Asian modernization include: Mark Elvin, The Pattern of the Chinese Past: A Social and Economic Interpretation (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1973);Google Scholar.
It should find an audience in any classroom tackling the topic. Miller has done a remarkable job of introducing and summarizing a vast number of themes and ideas-the literary equivalent of packing two quarts in a one-quart bottle.
A History of Communications advances a new theory of media that explains the origins and impact of different forms . He looks at these from the point of view of both the sender and receiver. Most importantly he analyzes effect of these characteristics on social practices and cultural values.
A History of Communications advances a new theory of media that explains the origins and impact of different forms of communication - speech, writing, print, electronic devices, and the Internet - on human history in the long term, allowing us to see for the first time what is truly new about the Internet, what is not, and where it is taking u.
Fiege has written a book that will undoubtedly leave an imprint on the field of environmental history and beyond . Aside from the brief moments of over-romanticism, this book offers a unique exploration with great detail and lots of evidence
Fiege has written a book that will undoubtedly leave an imprint on the field of environmental history and beyond. he has added his book to a short list of must-reads in the field of environmental history. ―David Arnold, Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Win. 2011/2012. Fiege makes a powerful case for always asking the question 'How does nature matter?' when thinking about any present or historical issue or social policy. ―Tikkun, Summer 2012. Aside from the brief moments of over-romanticism, this book offers a unique exploration with great detail and lots of evidence. The book is organized great and the sources are wonderful.
The Turku Prize in Environmental History from the European Society for Environmental History. London was the early modern world's most polluted city, and its dependence on coal had profound consequences for public health, the environment, and ultimately politics and culture. Cavert showcases environmental history at its best: capacious, curious, and genuinely interdisciplinary. William M. Cavert presents a detailed study of how inhabitants and travelers accommodated themselves to London's smoky air.
environmental issue in . For New Yorkers in particular, David Stradling's book should be required .
Stradling examines virtually every major environmental issue in . history from the point of view of how it played out in the state of New York. In some cases, the environmental actions of such New York men as the Roosevelts and Bob Marshall of The Wilderness Society influenced the whole country. For New Yorkers in particular, David Stradling's book should be required reading. ―Paul Schneider, author of The Adirondacks: A History of America's First Wilderness. It tells the story of how New Yorkers have used nature and how the environment has affected society from the colonial period to the present. Even those readers familiar with the state's history will enjoy it.