Environmental History

(The TQCC of Environmental History is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
More-Than-Human Histories38
Coal Mining, Forest Management, and Deforestation in French Colonial Vietnam15
Antebellum Black Climate Science: The Medical Geography and Emancipatory Politics of James McCune Smith and Martin Delany11
The Case for the Wasteocene6
Reflections: Environmental History in the Era of COVID-196
An Exceptional Mortality: Dumped Munitions, Inconclusive Science, and the Mass Death of Oysters in the Thames Estuary after the First World War5
Dark Trails: Animal Histories beyond the Light of Day4
Meaningful Clearings: Human-Ant Negotiated Landscapes in Nineteenth-Century Brazil4
Reproducing Toxicity3
“A Revolution Is a Force More Powerful Than Nature”: Extreme Weather and the Cuban Revolution, 1959–643
Toxic Commons: Toxic Global Inequality in the Age of the Anthropocene3
Migrant Flows: Hydraulic Infrastructure, Agricultural Industrialization, and Environmental Change in Western Mexico, 1940–643
Extinction and Its Interventions in the Americas3
Wastelanding and Racialized Reproductive Labor: “Long Dyings” in East Chicago from Urban Renewal to Superfund Remediation3
Fighting for Forests: Protection and Exploitation of Kŏje Island Timber during the East Asian War of 1592–15983
An Alpine Energy Transition: The Piave River from Charcoal to “White Coal”3
Making the Nēnē Matter: Valuing Life in Postwar Conservation3
Fluvial Arctic Grayling and the Limits of Conservation2
Past and Present: Reflections on Working in a Department of Environment and Sustainability2
Reflection: Conviviality and Companionship: Parrots and People in the African Forests2
Understanding Wildfire in the Twenty-First Century: The Return of Disaster Fires2
Introduction: Nature and the New Right2
The Birth of the Black Death: Biology, Climate, Environment, and the Beginnings of the Second Plague Pandemic in Early Fourteenth-Century Central Asia2
The Passenger Pigeon’s Past on Display for the Future2
Scorched Land: The Erosion of Environmental Governance during the Bolsonaro Administration2
How Dinosaurs Became Tyrants of the Prehistoric2
Hunting for Meaning: British Hunters, Banjara Hunters, and Overcoming Threats to Colonial Order in Nineteenth-Century India2
When Conservation Turns Violent: Examining New Zealand’s Use of Toxins in Defense of the Environment2
Authoritarianism, Populism, and the Environment in Turkey2
Environmental and Climate Policies as the New Hobby Horse: The “Alternative for Germany” and the German Right Wing2
Land as Text: Reading the Land2
Southern California’s Three-Bear Shuffle: Survival, Extinction, and Recovery in an Urban Biodiversity Hot Spot2
Why Do We Poison Ourselves?2
Absorbing Waste, Displacing Labor: Family, Environment, and the Disposable Diaper in the 1970s2
Making Sense of the History of Toxicity: How Poisonous Pasts May Have Touched Me and Everybody Else2
Of Time and Timing: Internal Drainage Boards and Water Level Management in the River Hull Valley2
Narrative, Place, and Environmental Justice2
Illiberal Environmentalism? The Case of Contemporary Hungary2
A Cautionary Tale of Environmental Management: Malaria, Water Management, and Land Reclamation in Twentieth-Century Guatemala2
A Tale of Toxic Terror2
“Accustomed to Female Domination”: Women, Mass Media, and Animal Intimacy in Interwar Britain2
Reterritorializing the Future: Writing Environmental Histories of the Oil Crisis from Tanzania2
Making Sense of Plague in the Vietnam War2
Equal Risks: Workplace Discrimination, Toxic Exposure, and the Environmental Politics of Reproduction, 1976–912
Figuring the Population Bomb: Gender and Demography in the Mid-Twentieth Century . By Carole R. McCannSeattle: University of Washington Press, 2017. xi + 304 pp. Illustration1
From Local Initiative to National State Process: The Case of Rondane National Park, Norway1
The Bears Ears: A Human History of America’s Most Endangered Wilderness. By David Roberts. New York: W. W. Norton, 2021. xxvi + 310 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, and index. Cloth $27.95.1
The Price of Permanence: Nature and Business in the New South. By William D. Bryan. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2018. xxiii+226 pp. Illustrations, notes, and index. US$54.95 (cloth); $1
Food Fights: How History Matters to Contemporary Food Debates. Edited by Charles C. Ludington and Matthew Morse Booker. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2019. 293 pages. Figures1
Pipe Dreams: Water and Empire in Central Asia’s Aral Sea Basin. By Maya K. Peterson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. xxii + 399 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, 1
The Carpathians, the Hutsuls, and Ukraine: An Environmental History. By Anthony J. Amato. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2021. xiv+469. Illustrations, notes, appendix, bibliography, and index. US1
The Invention of Rivers: Alexander’s Eye and Ganga’s Descent . By Dilip da Cunha. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019. xii + 338 pp. Illustrations, maps, not1
Nature and the Iron Curtain: Environmental Policy and Social Movements in Communist and Capitalist Countries, 1945–1990. Edited by Astrid Mignon Kirchhof and J. R. McNeill.1
The Contamination of the Earth: A History of Pollutions in the Industrial Age. By François Jarrige and Thomas Le Roux. Translated by Janice Egan and Michael Egan. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2020. xi1
The War on the EPA. By William M. Alley and Rosemarie Alley. London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2021. x+286 pp., notes, and bibliography. US$47.00 (cloth).1
In Memoriam: Richard Hugh Grove, 1955–20201
How Not to Make a Human: Pets, Feral Children, Worms, Sky Burial, Oysters. By Karl Steel. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2019. 280 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, and index1
The Grass Problem: Agrostology, Agriculture, and Environmental Transformation in the New South1
Seeds of Power: Explorations in Ottoman Environmental History. Edited by Onur İnal and Yavuz Köse. Cambridge: White Horse Press, 2019. 250 pp. Illustrations, maps, tables, notes, bibliography, 1
Early Insecticide Controversies and Beekeeper Advocacy in the Great Lakes Region1
Back of Beyond: A Horace Kephart Biography. By George Ellison and Janet McCue. Gatlinburg: Great Smoky Mountains Association, 2019. 460 pp. Maps, photographs, bibliography, notes, index. Paper 1
Ecospatiality: A Place-Based Approach to American Literature. By Lowell Wyse. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2021. 260 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, and index. US$90.00 (p1
Water, Engineers, and French Environmental Imaginaries of Ottoman Iraq, 1868–19081
Battles of the North Country: Wilderness Politics and Recreational Development in the Adirondack State Park, 1920-1980. By Jonathan D. Anzalone. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 20181
Water Qualities and Usage in the Zanjas of Los Angeles, 1781–19041
The Responsive Environment: Design, Aesthetics and the Human in the 1970s . By Larry D. BusbeaMinneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2020. xxvi + 286 pp. Illustrations, 1
“Bright Visions of Deliverance”: Black Women’s Space-Making through Stories1
Memory and the Representation of Public Health Crises: Remembering the Plague of Provence in the Tricentennial1
:The Defoliation of America: Agent Orange Chemicals, Citizens, and Protests1
:Environment and Urbanization in Modern Italy1
Conflicted American Landscapes. By David E. Nye. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2021. 269+x pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, and index. US$35.00 (paper); US$25.99 (e-book).1
The Forced Retirement of a Hard Worker: The Rise and Fall of Eucalyptus in Bogotá1
Mexico’s Community Forest Enterprises: Success on the Commons and the Seeds of a Good Anthropocene. By David Barton Bray. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2020. xv + 292 pp. Maps, charts, t1
Unwritten Rule: State-Making through Land Reform in Cambodia. By Alice Beban. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2021. xiv+242 pp. Illustrations, notes, tables, bibliography, and index. US$11
Water and Agriculture in Colorado and the American West: First in Line for the Rio Grande. By David Stiller. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2021. xiv+165 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, refe1
New Scholarship1
Basque Immigrants and Nevada’s Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880–1954 . By Iker Saitua. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2019. x 1
The Swamp Peddlers: How Lot Sellers, Land Scammers, and Retirees Built Modern Florida and Transformed the American Dream. By Jason Vuic. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021. 21
Abalone: The Remarkable History and Uncertain Future of California’s Iconic Shellfish. By Ann Vileisis. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2020. 293 pp. Illustrations, graphs, notes and 1
Accounting for a Fruitful Little Ice Age: Overlapping Scales of Climate and Culture in Württemberg, 1560–15901
Sliding Down the Timber Chute: Photographing Erasure during the 1901 British Royal Tour of Canada1
Unnatural Resources: Energy and Environmental Politics in Appalachia after the 1973 Oil Embargo. By Michael Camp. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019. x + 192 pp. Notes and index. 1
Waters of the World: The Story of the Scientists Who Unraveled the Mysteries of Our Oceans, Atmosphere, and Ice Sheets and Made the Planet Whole . By Sarah Dry. Chicago: Univ1
:Timber and Forestry in Qing China: Sustaining the Market1
Poisonous Skies: Acid Rain and the Globalization of Pollution. By Rachel Emma Rothschild. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2019. 336 pp. Illustrations, notes, and index. Cloth $45.00, e-bo1
The Birth of Energy: Fossil Fuels, Thermodynamics, and the Politics of Work . By Cara New Daggett. Durham: Duke University Press, 2019. x + 268 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibl1
A Mighty Capital under Threat: The Environmental History of London. Edited by Bill Luckin and Peter Thorsheim. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2020. vi+282 pp. Illustrations, notes,1
Undercurrents of Power: Aquatic Culture in the African Diaspora. By Kevin Dawson. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018. vii + 351 pp. Illustrations, notes, a1
:Scorched Earth: Environmental Warfare as a Crime against Humanity and Nature1
When the Caribou Do Not Come: Indigenous Knowledge and Adaptive Management in the Western Arctic. Edited by Brenda L. Parlee and Ken J. Caine. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2018. xi1
“Kans Is King and the Cultivator Is His Subject”: Environmental History and Agrarian Development in Modern India1
Uniquely Japan, Uniquely Alpine: The Transformation of the Kamikōchi Mountain Valley into an Alpine Landscape, 1892–19381
Witnessing the End of Life As We Know It1
Loons and the Risk of Extinction in a Warming, Toxic World1
Flax Americana: A History of the Fibre and Oil That Covered a Continent. By Joshua MacFayden. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 2018. xvii + 350 pp. Illustrations, maps, ch1
Stones at War: The Chelyabinsk War Exhibition of 1946 and Soviet Environmental Thought1
Picturing “Oil That Is People”: Energy Frontier Domesticity in Louisiana, 19441
Dust Bowls of Empire: Imperialism, Environmental Politics, and the Injustice of “Green” Capitalism. By Hannah Holleman. New Haven: Yale University Pres1
Living on the Edge: A Transnational Perspective on the Mexican Wolf and Its Near-Extinction1
When’s a Gale a Gale? Understanding Wind as an Energetic Force in Mid-Twentieth Century Britain1
Katrina: A History, 1915–2015. By Andy Horowitz. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2020. xi + 281 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, and index. Cloth $35.00.1
New Scholarship1
Neptune’s Laboratory: Fantasy, Fear, and Science at Sea. By Antony Adler. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2019. 256 pp. Illustrations, notes, and index. Cloth $39.95.1
Water Brings No Harm: Management Knowledge and the Struggle for the Waters of Kilimanjaro. By Matthew V. Bender. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2019. xvi + 336 pp. Illustrat1
The Settler Sea: California’s Salton Sea and the Consequences of Colonialism. By Traci Brynne Voyles. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2021. xi+382 pp. Photographs, illustrations, maps, g1
“A Spirit of Encroachment”: Trees, Cod, and the Political Ecology of Empire in the Newfoundland Fisheries, 1763–17831
Environmental History of South Asia in the Time of Hindutva1
Fake Silk: The Lethal History of Viscose Rayon. By Paul David Blanc. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2016. xvi + 309 pp. Notes and index. Cloth $40.00.1
New Scholarship1
:Nuestro viaje a la Luna: La idea de la transformación de la naturaleza en Cuba durante la Guerra Fría1
Native American Log Cabins in the Southeast. Edited by Gregory A. Waselkov. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2019. 236 pp. Illustrations, maps, charts, bibliography1
The Environmental History of an American Bank1
Fir and Empire: The Transformation of Forests in Early Modern China. By Ian M. Miller. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2020. xxi + 265 pp. Illustrations, maps, tables, appendices, note1
Białowieża Primeval Forest: Nature and Culture in the Nineteenth Century. By Tomasz Samojlik, Anastasia Fedotova, Piotr Daszkiewicz, and Ian D. Rotherham. Cham: Springer, 2020. 223 pp. Illustra1
Animal City: The Domestication of America. By Andrew A. Robichaud. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2019. 352 pp. Illustrations, maps. US$41.00 (cloth). Mad Dogs and Other New Yorker1
The Conservation Constitution: The Conservation Movement and Constitutional Change, 1870–1930. By Kimberly K. Smith. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2019. viii + 333 pp. Notes, bibliograp1
Harnessing the Great Acceleration: Connecting Local and Global Environmental History at the Port of Singapore1
Pure Adulteration: Cheating on Nature in the Age of Manufactured Food. By Benjamin R. Cohen. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2019. xv + 315 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, and 1
Itineraries of Expertise: Science, Technology, and the Environment in Latin America’s Long Cold War. Edited by Andra B. Chastain and Timothy W. Lorek. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press1
Design, Nature, and Revolution: Toward a Critical Ecology. By Tomás Maldonado. Translated by Mario Domandi. Foreword by Larry Busbea. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Pr1
Feral Atlas: The More-Than-Human Anthropocene. Curated and edited by Anna L. Tsing, Jennifer Deger, Alder Keleman Saxena, and Feifei Zhou. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2021. Free on1
:The Farmer’s Lawyer: The North Dakota Nine and the Fight to Save the Family Farm1
Beyond Fortress Conservation: Postcards of Biodiversity and Justice1
Source Note: The Textual Record of Climate Change at Sea1
Of Perpetrators and Victims: Toxicity in Environmental History1
Reconciling Sites of Memory and Loss: Place, a Poetics of Geology, and the Implicated Writer1
The Swamps of East Naples: Environmental History of an Unruly Suburb. By Valerio Caruso, trans. Sara Ferraioli. Winwick: White Horse Press, 2021. ix+215 pp. Illustrations, appendices, bibliogra1
The Plague Cycle: The Unending War between Humanity and Infectious Disease. By Charles Kenny. New York: Scribner, 2021. xiv+304 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, index. US$28.00 (cloth); 1
Imperial Creatures: Humans and Other Animals in Colonial Singapore, 1819–1942. By Timothy P. Barnard. Kent Ridge: National University of Singapore Press, 2019. xiii + 264 pp. Illustrations, map1
:The Russian Cold: Histories of Ice, Frost, and Snow1
West Germany and the Iron Curtain: Environment, Economy, and Culture in the Borderlands. By Astrid M. Eckert. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. xvi + 422 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bi1
Capital Prospects: Jamaica and the Environmental History of Postwar Decolonization1
California’s Quandary: Saving Energy at the RAND Corporation1
The Greater Gulf: Essays on the Environmental History of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Edited by Claire E. Campbell, Edward MacDonald, and Brian Payne. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s Unive1
Stowaway Beetles: Carl Lindroth, the Ballast Theory, and Transatlantic Science in the Cold War1
Colonial Cataclysms: Climate, Landscape, and Memory in Mexico’s Little Ice Age. By Bradley Skopyk. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2020. xv + 313 pp. Illustrations, maps, charts, appendice1
The Ecolaboratory: Environmental Governance and Economic Development in Costa Rica. By Robert Fletcher, Brian Dowd-Uribe, and Guntra A. Aistara. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2020. ix + 1
Rethinking the American Environmental Movement post-1945 . By Ellen Griffith Spears. New York: Routledge, 2019. xiii + 274 pp. Illustrations, table, notes, bibliography, and 1
Acting in the Face of Uncertainty: The Campaign to Save the American Alligator1
The Nature of Hope: Grassroots Organizing, Environmental Justice, and Political Change. Edited by Char Miller and Jeff Crane. Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2018. viii + 353 pp. Notes a1
Dreaming of Rediscovery: Botanists, Extinction, and the Tree That Sets the Brain on Fire1
Transforming Rural Water Governance: The Road from Resource Management to Political Action in Nicaragua. By Sarah T. RomanoTucson: University of Arizona Press, 2019. 232 pp. Illustrations, maps1
Visualizing Taste: How Business Changed the Look of What You Eat . By Ai Hisano. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2019. viii + 327 pp. Illustrations, graphs, notes, and i1
In Memoriam: Maya Karin Peterson, 1980–20211
The Alps: An Environmental History. By Jon Mathieu. Translated by Rose Hadshar. Medford: Polity Press. xxiv + 216 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, and index. Cl1
The Patriot Ecology of the French Far Right1
Theorizing the Mountains1
Imperial Hunting and the Sublime: Race, Caste, and Aesthetics in the Central Himalayas1
Urban Archipelago: An Environmental History of the Boston Harbor Islands. By Pavla Šimková. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2021. xi+256 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, index. US$901
Environments of Empire: Networks and Agents of Ecological Change. Edited by Ulrike Kirchberger and Brett M. Bennett. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2020. xi + 266 pp. Notes a1
The Environment and International History. By Scott Kaufman. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018. xiv + 210 pp. Illustrations, notes, and index. Cloth $88.00, paper $26.95, 1
Forests, Frontiers, and Extractivism1
Stringfellow Acid Pits: The Toxic and Legal Legacy. By Brian Craig. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2020. 270 pp. Images, notes, and index. US$90.00 (cloth); US$24.95 (paper).1
Before the Flood: The Itaipu Dam and the Visibility of Rural Brazil . By Jacob Blanc. Durham: Duke University Press, 2019. xviii + 296 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliog1
Grinnell: America’s Environmental Pioneer and His Restless Drive to Save the West. By John Taliaferro. New York: Liveright Publishing, 2019. xviii + 606 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliogr1
:Naturalizing Inequality: Water, Race and Biopolitics in South Africa1
Powering Empire: How Coal Made the Middle East and Sparked Global Carbonization. By On Barak. Oakland, California: University of California Press, 2020. xvi + 321 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibl1
Before the Reign of Smokey Bear: Patterns of Persuasion in Early Twentieth-Century Forest Fire Prevention Posters1
City of Beasts: How Animals Shaped Georgian London. By Thomas Almeroth-Williams. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019. xvii + 309 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bi1
Fresh Kills: A History of Consuming and Discarding in New York City. By Martin Melosi. New York: Columbia University Press, 2020. xv+778 pp. Illustrations, notes, tables, bibliography, and inde1
When De-extinction Really Happens: The Revival of the Floreana Giant Tortoises in the Galápagos Archipelago1
Forum: Appalachia’s Environmental History1
Silver Veins, Dusty Lungs: Mining, Water, and Public Health in Zacatecas, 1835–1946. By Rocio Gomez. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020. xvi+275 pp. Illustrations, maps, charts, notes,1
From the Grounds Up: Building an Export Economy in Southern Mexico. By Casey Marina Lurtz. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2019. xvi + 280 pp. Map, chart, graphs, appendices, notes, bibli1
Note from the Editors1
Shrinking the Earth: The Rise and Decline of Natural Abundance. By Donald Worster. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018. vii+265 pp. Illustrations, bibliography, and index. US$27.95 (paper).1
The Other Oregon: People, Environment, and History East of the Cascades. By Thomas R. Cox. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2019. xvii + 398 pp. Maps, illustrations, bibliography, and 1
Legacies of the Manhattan Project: Reflections on 75 Years of a Nuclear World. Edited by Michael Mays. Pullman: Washington State University Press, 2020. 280 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibl1
Understory Environmental History: Learning from the Appalachian Commons1
Shaping the African Savannah: From Capitalist Frontier to Arid Eden in Namibia. By Michael Bollig. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. xiii+404 pp. Photos, maps, tables, bibliography, 1
A Social History of American Technology. 2nd ed. By Ruth Schwartz Cowan and Matthew H. Hersch. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018. xvi + 368 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, and index. Pape1
Three Sisters Wilderness: A History. By Les Joslin. Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2021. 192 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, index. US$21.99 (paper).1
Climate and the Making of Worlds: Toward a Geohistorical Poetics. By Tobias Menely. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2021. vii+269 pp. Notes, bibliography, and index. US$105.00 (cloth); US1
Presidential Address: A Coevolutionary History of COVID-19; Culture, Biology, and Mental Health1
The Dance of the Death in Late Medieval and Renaissance Europe: Environmental Stress, Morality, and Social Response . Edited by Andrea Kiss and Kathleen Pribyl. London: Routl1
To the Last Smoke: An Anthology. By Stephen J. Pyne. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2020. 436 pp. Notes and index. Paper $29.95, e-book $16.95.1
Indigenous Prosperity and American Conquest: Indian Women of the Ohio River Valley, 1690–1792. By Susan Sleeper-Smith. Chapel Hill: Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and1
Flood on the Tracks: Living, Dying, and the Nature of Disaster in the Elkhorn River Basin. By Todd M. Kerstetter. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 2018. xviii+209 pp. Illustrations, maps, 1
A New Pastoral Frontier: Colonial Development, Environmental Knowledge, and the Introduction of Trypanotolerant Cattle in French Equatorial Africa, 1945–19601
Theodore Roosevelt, Naturalist in the Arena. Edited by Char Miller and Clay S. Jenkinson. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020. xxiv + 234 pp. Illustrations, notes, and index. Paper $24.1
Growth: From Microorganisms to Megacities. By Vaclav Smil. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2019. xxvi + 634 pp. Illustrations, graphs, charts, appendices, bibliography, and index. Cloth $39.95, paper $191
In Memoriam: Linda Nash, 1962–20211
Coffee Is Not Forever: A Global History of the Coffee Leaf Rust . By Stuart McCook. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2019. xxiv + 281 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliograp1
Environmental Racism and Violence in Rural Nova Scotia1
Morbidly Excited Soil: Sylvester Graham and the Environmental Ethos of Antebellum Reform1
The Culture of Nature in the History of Design. Edited by Kjetil Fallan. New York: Routledge, 2019. 274 pp. Illustrations, map, notes, bibliography, and index. Cloth $112.00, paper $39.96, e-bo1
Seeds of Control: Japan’s Empire of Forestry in Colonial Korea. By David Fedman. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2020. xvii + 292 pp. Maps, illustrations, notes, bibliography, and inde1
Toxic Masculinity: California’s Salton Sea and the Environmental Consequences of Manliness1
Nationalizing Nature: Iguazu Falls and National Parks at the Brazil-Argentina Border. By Frederico Freitas. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. xvi+312 pp. iIllustrations, maps, tables1
Birds, Bones, and Beetles: The Improbable Career and Remarkable Legacy of University of Kansas Naturalist Charles D. Bunker. By Chuck Warner. Lawrence: University Press of K1
In Grave Danger: A Brief Environmental History of the Cuban Crocodile (Crocodylus rhombifer)1
The Republican Reversal: Conservatives and the Environment from Nixon to Trump. By James Morton Turner and Andrew C. Isenberg. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2018. 270 pp. Illustrations, 1