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Vol.24 No.1, February 2018
Leaping the Fence: Gardens, Parks and Environmental History

Environmental History and Garden History in China and the West: Problems, Methods and Responses. James Beattie

Grappling with 'Nature' in Australian Home Gardens 1890-1960. Andrea Gaynor

'The Lungs of the City': Green Space, Public Health and Bodily Metaphor in the Landscape of Urban Park History. Karen R. Jones

Curiosity and Instruction: British and Irish Botanic Gardens and their Audiences, 1760-1800. Clare Hickman

Urban Parks in the Twentieth Century. Alan Tate

The Private Chinese Library as Contact Zone: The Little Mountain Hall Collection as Case Study. Duncan M. Campbell

Liberty Hyde Bailey: Pragmatic Naturalism in the Garden. Daniel Rinn


Franklin Ginn, Domestic Wild: Memory, Nature and Gardening in Suburbia (Andrea Gaynor)


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Vol.24 No.2, May 2018

Improving Conservation Outcomes: Understanding Scientific, Historical and Cultural Dimensions of the Illicit Trade in Rhinoceros Horn. Zara Jean Bending

'An Alligator Got Betty': Dangerous Animals as Historical Agents. Krista Maglen

Drought and Disaster in a Revolutionary Age: Colonial Antigua during the American Independence War. Alexander Jorge Berland, Georgina Endfield

The Meaning of Uncertainty: Debating Climate Change in the Gilded-Age United States. Joseph Giacomelli

Mapping a New History of the Ecological Turn: The Circulation of Environmental Knowledge in Sweden 1967. David Larsson Heidenblad


Bernhard Gissibl, The Nature of German Imperialism: Conservation and the Politics of Wildlife in Colonial East Africa (Raf De Bont)

Arun Bandopadhyay (ed.), Nature Knowledge and Development: Critical Essays on the Environmental History of India (Tirthankar Ghosh)

Eagle Glassheim, Cleansing the Czechoslovak Borderlands: Migration, Environment, and Health in the Former Sudetenland (Pavla Šimková)

Christophe Bonneuil and Jean-Baptiste Fressoz, The Shock of the Anthropocene (Eric Paglia)



Vol.24 No.3, August 2018

Are There Echoes of the AD 536 Event in the Viking Ragnarok Myth? A Critical Appraisal. Mathias Nordvig, Felix Riede

Industry and Forests: Alternative Raw Materials in the Soviet Forestry Industry from the mid-1950s to the 1960s. Elena Kochetkova

Science, Markets and Power: Adolf Severin Jensen in the Debate over Greenland's Fisheries Development during the Early Twentieth Century. Janina Priebe

Climate, Conflict and Society: Changing Responses to Weather Extremes in Nineteenth Century Zululand. Jørgen Klein, David J. Nash, Kathleen Pribyl, Matthew Hannaford

'Racy of the Soil': Ian Mudie, Right-Wing Nationalism, and the South Australian Soil Erosion Crisis. Jayne Regan


Anya Zilberstein, A Temperate Empire: Making Climate Change in Early America (Sam White)

Bo Poulsen, Global Marine Science and Carlsberg: The Golden Connections of Johannes Schmitdt (1877-1933) (Richard W. Unger)

Nico de Bruyn and Chris Oosthuizen (comp. and eds), Pain forms the Character: Doc Bester, Cat Hunters and Sealers (Jane Carruthers)

Darren Speece, Defending Giants: The Redwood Wars and the Transformation of American Environmental Politics (Daniel Rinn)



Vol.24 No.4, November 2018

'Few Commodities are More Hazardous': Australian Live Animal Export, 1788-1880. Nancy Cushing

'A River with a City Problem, not a City with a River Problem': Brisbane and its Flood-Prone River. Margaret Helen Cook

Seeing the Nation for the Trees: At the Frontier of Italian Nineteenth-Century Modernity. Roberta Biasillo, Marco Armiero

Louis Bromfield and the Pursuit of Agroecological Abundance: The Use and Limits of an Environmentalist Alternative. Randal L. Hall

The International Biological Program in Eastern Europe: Science Diplomacy, Comecon and the Beginnings of Ecology in Czechoslovakia. Doubravka Olšáková


Jocelyn Thorpe, Stephanie Rutherford and L. Anders Sandberg (eds), Methodological Challenges in Nature-Culture and Environmental History Research (Ricardo Aleixo Correia)

Daniel French, When they Hid the Fire: A History of Electricity and Invisible Energy in America (Kate B. Showers)

Corey Ross, Ecology and Power in the Age of Empire: Europe and the Transformation of the Tropical World (Iva Peša)


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