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Vol.26 No.1, February 2020
Disasters and the Making of Asian History

Special Issue edited by Chris Courtney and Fiona Williamson

Under the Volcano: Mount Mayon and Co-Volcanic Societies in the Philippines. Greg Bankoff

Event, Process and Pulse: Resituating Floods in Environmental Histories of South Asia. Rohan D'Souza

Earthquakes and the Environmental Transformation of a Floodplain Landscape: The Brahmaputra Valley and the Earthquakes of 1897 and 1950. Arupjyoti Saikia

The Fight Against Heaven-Sent Insects: Dealing with Locust Plagues in the Emirate of Bukhara. Jeanine Elif Dağyeli

From Bodhisattva Earth to Man-Made Meat Essence: Famine Foods in Late Qing, Nationalist and Maoist China. Kathryn Jean Edgerton-Tarpley


Sarah M. Hamilton, Cultivating Nature: The Conservation of a Valencian Working Landscape (Angel Paniagua)

Nikhil Anand, Akhil Gupta and Hannah Appel (eds), The Promise of Infrastructure (Marco Spada)

Joshua Macfadyen, Flax Americana: A History of the Fibre and Oil that Covered a Continent (Barbara Hahn)


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Vol.26 No.2, May 2020

Desert Dreams of Drinking the Sea, Consumed by the Cold War: Transnational Flows of Desalination and Energy from the Pacific to the Persian Gulf. Michael Christopher Low

Water, Sand, Molluscs: Imperial Infrastructures, the Age of Hydrology, and German Colonialism in Swakopmund, Southwest Africa, 1884-1915. Martin Kalb

The Challenge of Oral History to Environmental History. Brian Williams and Mark Riley

'Living in a State of Filth and Indifference to … Their Health': Weather, Public Health and Urban Governance in Colonial George Town, Penang. Fiona Williamson and Katrina Proust

Cotton and Salt: Swedish Colonial Aspirations and the Transformation of Saint Barthélemy in the Eighteenth Century. Holger Weiss, Laura Hollsten and Stefan Norrgård


Deborah R. Coen, Climate in Motion: Science, Empire, and the Problem of Scale (Martin Kalb)

Jeff Schauer, Wildlife between Empire and Nation in Twentieth-Century Africa (Christopher Conz)

Christopher Abram, Evergreen Ash: Ecology and Catastrophe in Old Norse Myth and Literature (Karen Oslund)


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