Nature, Culture, Imperialism

Nature, Culture, Imperialism

Essays on the Environmental History of South Asia

Book - 1995
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Environmental history, the study of changing human relations with the natural world, is a fast developing field of historical enquiry. In both ecological and cultural terms, South Asia is characterized by an unparalleled diversity. It thus offers unique possibilities for the environmentalhistorian. Ecological degradation, and the social conflicts that have come in its wake, have further underlined the need for historical research in this field.
Publisher: Delhi : Oxford University Press, 1995
ISBN: 9780195634280
0195634284
Branch Call Number: GF49 .N378 1995x
Characteristics: xi, 376 p. : ill., maps ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Guha, Ramachandra
Arnold, David 1946-

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