6 edition of What Is Environmental History? found in the catalog.
December 1, 2006 by Polity Press .
Written in English
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"What is Environmental History. is a masterfully condensed overview of one of the most urgent and rapidly developing fields of history. Written by a scholar of classical antiquity, it gracefully covers ancient, medieval, and modern periods – with a global by: What is Environmental History?.
2nd Edition. Donald Hughes. Polity. The question that What is Environmental History. asks is answered in its first sentence: environmental history is the study of the mutual relationships of humans and nature through time. More specifically, it delves into three main themes: how the environment shapes human history; how attitudes towards the environment influence.
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Like every other subset of history, environmental history is different things to different people. The author’s preferred definition is: the history of the relationship between human societies and the rest of nature on which they depended.
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Environmental history is the study of human interaction with the natural world over time, emphasising the active role nature plays in influencing human affairs and vice versa.
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Carolyn Merchant is the Chancellor's Professor of Environmental History, Philosophy, and Ethics at the University of California, Berkeley. She is the author of several books, including Reinventing Eden: The Fate of Nature in Western Culture and The Death of Nature, and is a past president of the American Society for Environmental History.
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Students of writing, history, ecology and the environment will be riveted by this book, and I think it should be required reading for every American, especially those in the White House.
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This is what they told us. Many years ago, when I was just a boy, the night sky seemed much blacker than it does today, but the stars seemed much brighter as well. Camping one long past night at Ft. Stevens State Park, I vividly recall lying on my back with my head outside the tent, looking up at a sky infinitely decorated with the brilliance of more stars than it was possible to number.
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