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International Review of Social History Supplements: Globalization, Environmental Change, and Social History Series Number 18 : Peter Boomgaard : 9781107401518

globalization environmental change and social history boomgaard peter t hart marjolein

This volume brings together the expertise of social and environmental historians in an effort to assess the extent to which transnational agents changed socioecological space as a consequence of globalization since the Late Middle Ages. This volume brings together the expertise of social and environmental historians in an effort to assess the extent to which transnational agents changed socioecological space as a consequence of globalization since the Late Middle Ages. Environmental change and globalization in seventeenth-century France: Dutch traders and the draining of French wetlands Arles, Petit Poitou Raphael Morera-- 4. The Supplement will include eight to ten individual papers each of around 8,000-10,000 words. This volume brings together the expertise of social and environmental historians in an effort to assess the extent to which transnational agents changed socioecological space as a consequence of globalization since the Late Middle Ages. The 'special settlers' in the Khibiny mountains: an environmental interpretation of their experience during Stalinist industrialization Andy Bruno; 7.

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Globalization, environmental change, and social history

globalization environmental change and social history boomgaard peter t hart marjolein

Environmental changes, the emergence of a fuel market, and the working conditions of salt makers in Bengal, c. Recently, in his Epidemics and Geopolitics in the American Tropics, 1640-1920 2008 John McNeill showed how the death toll caused by yellow fever could vary enormously in a colonialized setting, exacerbated inter alia by the introduction of sugar plantations - an excellent breeding ground for the virus causing yellow fever. In turn, changes in that environment have favoured the rise of certain social groups and limited the actions of others. Environmental change and globalization in seventeenth-century France: Dutch traders and the draining of French wetlands Arles, Petit Poitou Raphael Morera; 4. Hydro-businesses: national and global demands influencing meanings and uses of the Sao Francisco river basin environment of Brazil Lucigleide Nery Nascimento and Mimi Larsen Becker. Environmental changes, the emergence of a fuel market, and the working conditions of salt makers in Bengal, c.

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globalization environmental change and social history boomgaard peter t hart marjolein

The mid-Atlantic islands: a theatre of early modern ecocide? Despite this, environmental history has remained a 'blind spot' for most social and economic historians. Social processes generally result in unequal exposure to risk by making some people more disaster-prone than others. The proposed volume also links up well with recent social theory on inequality and vulnerability, for example Mapping Vulnerability: Disasters, Development and People 2004 edited by Greg Bankoff, Georg Frerks, and Dorothea Hilhorst. In turn, changes in that environment have favoured the rise of certain social groups and limited the actions of others. Environmental change and globalization in seventeenth-century France: Dutch traders and the draining of French wetlands Arles, Petit Poitou Raphael Morera 4.

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An introduction will situate the Supplement within the context of recent developments in the field of social and environmental history. Contents Introduction Peter Boomgaard and Marjolein 't Hart 1. The mid-Atlantic islands: a theatre of early modern ecocide? Please address your proposal to. Contents: Introduction Peter Boomgaard and Marjolein 't Hart; 1. Hydro-businesses: national and global demands influencing meanings and uses of the Sao Francisco river basin environment of Brazil Lucigleide Nery Nascimento and Mimi Larsen Becker. Hydro-businesses: national and global demands influencing meanings and uses of the Sao Francisco river basin environment of Brazil Lucigleide Nery Nascimento and Mimi Larsen Becker.

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Globalization, environmental change, and social history

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Environmental change and globalization in seventeenth-century France: Dutch traders and the draining of French wetlands Arles, Petit Poitou Raphael Morera; 4. Despite this, environmental history has remained a 'blind spot' for most social and economic historians. The 'special settlers' in the Khibiny mountains: an environmental interpretation of their experience during Stalinist industrialization Andy Bruno 7. The editors are particularly interested in how transnational agents changed the socioecological space and how that change affected the vulnerability of different social groups. Hydro-businesses: national and global demands influencing meanings and uses of the São Francisco river basin environment of Brazil Lucigleide Nery Nascimento and Mimi Larsen Becker. The mid-Atlantic islands: a theatre of early modern ecocide? The Supplement will include eight to ten individual papers each of around 8,000-10,000 words. The El Dorado of forestry: the local and global histories of the eucalyptus in India, South Africa and Thailand, 1850-2000 Brett Bennett; 2.

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Globalization, Environmental Change, and Social History (International Review of Social History Supplements), Peter Boomgaard (Edited ) Marjolein C't Hart (Edited )

globalization environmental change and social history boomgaard peter t hart marjolein

You should start right now! The period covered may lie anywhere between the twelfth century for example the Eurasian exchange induced by the Mongolian expansion and the mid-twentieth century for example the deforestation caused by the Vietnamese wars. Despite this, environmental history has remained a 'blind spot' for most social and economic historians. Hydro-businesses: national and global demands influencing meanings and uses of the Sao Francisco river basin environment of Brazil Lucigleide Nery Nascimento and Mimi Larsen Becker. An introduction will situate the Supplement within the context of recent developments in the field of social and environmental history. This is to be regretted, as the various and unequal effects of environmental change often explain the strengths and weaknesses of certain social groups, irrespective of their being defined along the lines of class, gender and ethnicity. Time schedule 1 February 2009: Deadline for proposals, including brief outlines of articles by authors March 2009: Letters of acceptance or rejection of proposals September 2009: Deadline for first draft of articles November 2009: Letter from the editors to authors about any necessary revisions January 2010: Second draft of articles April 2010: Final version of manuscript to copy editor December 2010: Publication of Supplement. This volume brings together the expertise of social and environmental historians in an effort to assess the extent to which transnational agents changed socioecological space as a consequence of globalization since the Late Middle Ages.

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International Review of Social History Supplements: Globalization, Environmental Change, and Social History Series Number 18 : Peter Boomgaard : 9781107401518

globalization environmental change and social history boomgaard peter t hart marjolein

Time schedule 1 March 2009: Deadline for proposals, including brief outlines of articles by authors 31 March 2009: Letters of acceptance or rejection of proposals September 2009: Deadline for first draft of articles November 2009: Letter from the editors to authors about any necessary revisions January 2010: Second draft of articles April 2010: Final version of manuscript to copy editor December 2010: Publication of Supplement. This is to be regretted, as changes in ecosystems have always had quite different consequences for different social groups. Despite this, environmental history has remained a 'blind spot' for most social and economic historians. Environmental change and globalization in seventeenth-century France: Dutch traders and the draining of French wetlands Arles, Petit Poitou Raphael Morera; 4. Environmental changes, the emergence of a fuel market, and the working conditions of salt makers in Bengal, c. This volume brings together the expertise of social and environmental historians in an effort to assess the extent to which transnational agents changed socioecological space as a consequence of globalization since the Late Middle Ages.

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The 'special settlers' in the Khibiny mountains: an environmental interpretation of their experience during Stalinist industrialization Andy Bruno; 7. Call for papers The International Review of Social History invites scholars from all over the world to submit abstracts for papers dealing with the connection between environmental and social history, in particular with the changes induced by the long-term process of globalization. The mid-Atlantic islands: a theatre of early modern ecocide? Table of Contents Notes on Contributors Globalization, Environmental Change, and Social History: An Introduction p. Introduction Peter Boomgaard and Marjolein 't Hart; 1. The 'special settlers' in the Khibiny mountains: an environmental interpretation of their experience during Stalinist industrialization Andy Bruno; 7. The colonial famine plot: slavery, war and empire in the French Atlantic, 1763—91 Joseph Horan 5.

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Please send your proposal to , including your affiliation, and email and postal addresses. The mid-Atlantic islands: a theatre of early modern ecocide? The extremely strong biological dynamic connected with European expansion had already been pointed out by Alfred W. The colonial famine plot: slavery, war and empire in the French Atlantic, 1763-91 Joseph Horan-- 5. This is to be regretted, as the various and unequal effects of environmental change often explain the strengths and weaknesses of certain social groups, irrespective of their being defined along the lines of class, gender and ethnicity. W przypadku pytań lub wątpliwości prosimy o kontakt. Globalization, Environmental Change and Social History brings together the expertise of social and environmental historians in an effort to assess the extent to which transnational agents changed socioecological space as a consequence of globalization since the Late Middle Ages. Throughout all ages, the activities of mankind have weighed heavily upon the environment.

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