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1

The Great Irish Famine

Cormac Ó'Gráda, Economic History Society - 1995 - Business & Economics - Limited preview
A concise analysis of one of the great disasters of Irish history.
2

A Century of Environmental Transitions

Richard P. Tucker - 2011 - Industrialization - No preview available
Tucker examines the environmental impact of industrialization, starting with its western origins in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and its complete globalization in the twentieth century.
3

Introduction to New France

Marcel Trudel - 1968 - Canada - Snippet view
4

Animals in the Service of Man

Peter Bernard English - 1967 - Veterinary colleges - Snippet view
5

Politics of Nature

Bruno Latour - 2009 - Philosophy - Limited preview
A major work by one of the more innovative thinkers of our time, Politics of Nature does nothing less than establish the conceptual context for political ecology--transplanting the terms of ecology into more fertile philosophical soil than its ...
6

Death by Migration: Europe's Encounter with the Tropical World in the ...

Philip D. Curtin, Philip De Armond Curtin - 1989 - History - Limited preview
This book is a quantitative study of relocation costs among European soldiers in the tropics from 1815 to 1914.
7

Ethnobotany of Western Washington

Erna Gunther - 1973 - Science - Limited preview
Forty poems portraying the moods, sensations, and experiences of childhood.
8

Canadian Wildlife and Man

Anne Innis Dagg - 1974 - Nature - No preview available
The way wildlife has affected man, particularly historically, and the way man has affected animals in Canada.
9

Place, Art, and Self

Yi-fu Tuan, Tammy Mercure - 2004 - Social Science - Snippet view
"What do place, art, and self have in common? To what extent do place and art define who we are?" In Place, Art, and Self, the renowned humanistic geographer Yi-Fu Tuan tackles this large question in a small, accessible, beautifully illustrated ...