Encountering the Past in Nature: Essays in Environmental History - Ecology & History (Hardback)Timo Myllyntaus (author)
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The essays in Encountering the Past in Nature provide various approaches to the new discipline. Experts with diverse educational backgrounds tackle important issues in environmental history, ranging from the intellectual formation of environmental concepts to case studies of forest history and animal extinction. Most essays in the collection focus on the issue of wilderness and the various uses of forest resources. Encountering the Past in Nature also offers introductory essays on the historiography and methodology of this field of historical study.
Encountering the Past in Nature is a useful addition to the introductory texts currently available in the United States.
Publisher: Ohio University Press
Number of pages: 185
Weight: 408 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 19 mm
-- Michael Egan, H-Net Reviews
"A very well-written and engaging collection. ... This book has wide appeal. ... [Its] interesting style and broad scope make it an inviting read to the general reader be they interested in history, the environment, forests or Scandinavia."
-- Norman Dandy, Environmental Politics